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Construction suffers three quarters of decline

12 Feb 2018: The construction industry in Great Britain has now had three consecutive quarters of negative growth, according to latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). more »

Sheikhs push for hearing to rebut Carillion's non-payment allegations

9 Feb 2018: The Qatari royal family wants to testify to a UK parliamentary committee to defend their reputation after Carillion executives blamed them for the company’s collapse. Anthony Harwood reports. more »

Precast piles preferred for York stadium complex

9 Feb 2018: Piling works have begun on the new stadium leisure complex in York, but there is less material going into the ground than originally planned. more »

Funding secured for Oxford flood defences

9 Feb 2018: All the necessary funding has been secured for a £120m flood alleviation scheme in Oxford. more »

Scottish demolition contractors break away

9 Feb 2018: Demolition contractors in Scotland have launched a new trade association for themselves to better represent their interests. more »

Heathrow reps quiz prefab bidders

9 Feb 2018: Purchasers from Heathrow Airport have begun a nationwide tour of the sites bidding to be one of its four remote Logistics Hubs for offsite construction. more »

More jobs lost at Carillion

8 Feb 2018: Another 101 roles at Carillion have been made redundant by the Official Receiver today. more »

Two more Tideway TBMs arrive

8 Feb 2018: The largest tunnel boring machines that will be used to dig the Thames Tideway tunnel have arrived from France. more »

Aggregate sales indicate official data on construction output is wrong

8 Feb 2018: Producers of construction mineral products saw no growth in sales in Great Britain in 2017. more »

Stonehenge tunnel plans go on show

8 Feb 2018: Plans for a tunnel be built as part of the £1.6bn upgrade of the A303 near Stonehenge go on public display from today, 8th February. more »

Balfour's Crossrail electricians lose bonuses

8 Feb 2018: The industrial dispute between Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick and its Crossrail electricians appears to be getting increasingly bitter, with legal action now being prepared. more »

Murphy takes over Carillion's power business

7 Feb 2018: J Murphy & Sons has acquired Carillion’s UK power framework business for an undisclosed sum. more »

Redrow continues to reach new heights

7 Feb 2018: Redrow has reported record half-year financial results after building more than 2,800 new homes in six months. more »

TfL offers Limmo Peninsula to housing developers

7 Feb 2018: A 12-acre Transport for London site in east London is being offered up to private developers for new housing. more »

BRE explores hi-tech homes

7 Feb 2018: The Building Research Establishment (BRE) is setting up a Centre for Smart Homes & Buildings (CSHB) to promote the installation of smart technology in homes. more »

Parliament refurb to go ahead after Lords agree to full decant

7 Feb 2018: Members of the House of Lords have agreed to temporarily vacate the Palace of Westminster to allow restoration work to be carried out in one single phase. more »

Board appointments at Eric Wright Construction

7 Feb 2018: Eric Wright Construction has shaken up its board of directors with four new appointments. more »

I felt like a bailiff, says Howson

6 Feb 2018: Former Carillion chief executive Richard Howson has told MPs how his role was effectively reduced to that of a debt collector, spending 60% of his time chasing up money owed in a desperate bid to maintain essential cashflow. more »

Beresford to lead Welborne Garden Village build

6 Feb 2018: Hampshire-based Buckland Development, the developer behind the planned Welborne Garden Village in Fareham, has appointed Grainger’s John Beresford as managing director. more »

Architect chosen for Glasgow College of Arts

6 Feb 2018: The University of Glasgow has selected a team led by Hawkins\Brown Architects to design its new College of Arts building. more »

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