We learn that Galliford Try and Balfour Beatty were due a huge whack of money the day Carillion collapsed, new guidelines follow the Presidents Club scandal and it proves difficult to hide a whole house
Reports of the death of PFI may have been exaggerated, but there’s no question it’s been ailing for a long while. Is Carillion’s collapse the last nail in its coffin? And if so, what’s going to replace it?
The distinctive sloping roof of 70 St Mary Axe has earned it the nickname ‘The Can of Ham’. But to fulfil the demands of the build programme, Mace has had to adopt ultra-efficient methods that think outside the box