Balfour Beatty is under pressure to prove its value to shareholders following the collapse of its merger with Carillion, analysts have told Construction News.
A 44-year-old man has died after falling from Eastbourne Pier while working on the fire-damaged structure.
Como has been set a handover target of October for a six floor fit-out deal by Liberty Specialty Markets at the Walkie Talkie.
The use of injunctions to stop adjudications has been limited until recently. They can be useful, but there are several important requirements that first need to be met.
The demolition of Didcot Power Station’s southern cooling towers made headlines in late July – a six-second blowdown into which contractor Coleman and Company put months of preparation amid intense local public and political pressure.
The bill is intended to help ease the housing supply problems, but might it have unintended consequences?
Contractor has an unusual deadline to deliver the latest addition to the maritime heritage of Liverpool on the city’s famous dockside.
We have all witnessed the slow demise of personal responsibility and its replacement with the compensation culture.
It’s 20 years since Bellway Homes acquired a stake in 179 ha of land in the Thames Estuary and seven since outline consent was granted for 10,800 homes. As London faces a housing crisis, why have only 350 new homes been completed at Barking Riverside?
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A fire ripped through Eastbourne Pier on Wednesday, destroying one third of the historic structure.
The Labour Party has outlined proposals for its Help to Build scheme today, to boost small housebuilders’ access to finance.
The three southern cooling towers of Didcot A Power Station were demolished in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Supporters will soon be able to watch the game before going back to their hotel for a kickabout a mere stone’s throw away.
Three dozen large-scale housing projects have been shortlisted for a share of an £850m fund to encourage the construction of new homes.
Britain’s manufacturers’ association (the EEF) has called for the government to create a permanent infrastructure authority to address the UK’s long term infrastructure requirements and encourage investment in the sector.
The CITB and London Enterprise Panel have committed £2m to address the skills shortage in London by helping 500 unemployed construction workers into jobs.
Atkins has announced it will sell its Polish business to Norwegian firm Multiconsult AS for £2.8m.
Developer Lovell has been given the green light to begin work on a new £40m 217-home development in Cockermouth, West Cumbria.
Linden Homes has appointed Mike Coker as its new managing director for the Midlands region.
Midas Group has announced a 12 per cent rise in turnover and an increase of 73 per cent in pre-tax profits over the past year.
Balfour Beatty has questioned the ability of Carillion’s management team to oversee a combined firm with revenue of around £14bn.
Stewart Milne Group has secured an £80m loan through a UK Treasury guarantee to build 3,000 homes in Aberdeen.
Construction News has learned that skills minister Nick Boles has now been allocated responsibility for construction, rather than business minister Matt Hancock.
Ealing council has given the green light for a series of improvements to Ealing Broadway station, despite strong opposition to the plans.
The City of Edinburgh Council has appointed Balfour Beatty to build its new Portobello High School.