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SMEs are facing a ‘pass or fail’ test on £2.1bn of construction work as local councils use credit reports as a ‘blunt instrument’ to assess bids, it was claimed today.
Construction output fell by 1.1 per cent in April 2013 compared to the previous year, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics
Student accommodation specialist Unite has announced it is raising money to fund a £125m regional development programme.
A voluntary ‘code of conduct’ has been created by the Treasury for the public-private partnership market.
The ‘new Mouchel’ has posted £10.6m of operating profit less than a year after it was taken off the Stock Exchange and briefly handed over to administrators.
Exclusive: Balfour Beatty is in consultation over proposals to close its regional civil engineering office in Northampton, which employs 120 staff.
The appointment of Nick Pollard as Balfour Beatty’s new UK construction chief is a sign of the firm “breaking with the past”, analysts said this week.
In Weston-super-Mare contractor Willmott Dixon is building an ‘off-the-peg’ school to help deliver cost certainty and construction efficiency.
The new Earth Sciences Building at the University of Oxford used ground-source heat pumps backed by conventional systems, but post-occupancy monitoring was vital in understanding the system’s true performance.
Latest numbers from Glenigan show an upturn in activity during the three months to May led by housing and infrastructure work.