European league tables

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    Top European contractors: Plus ca change

    2015-01-23T06:00:00Z

    Deflation has darkened the mood across the eurozone’s construction markets, putting the long-awaited recovery on hold once more. Building examines what continued stagnation means for firms on both sides of the Channel

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    Top 150 European Contractors 2014: Channel hoppers

    2014-01-16T08:47:00Z

    The return to growth of the UK construction market has prompted some envious glances from mainland Europe, so should UK firms steel themselves for an influx of continental rivals? Plus find out this year’s Top 150 European contractors and manufacturers

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    Top 150 European contractors: the Euro vision

    2013-01-18T07:00:00Z

    We introduce the top European contractors and housebuilders league tables with an analysis of the overall health of the market

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    Top European contractors and housebuilders 2012: The multimillion euro question

    2012-01-20T00:00:00Z

    Building introduces this year’s Top European contractors and housebuilders league tables by finding out why even the most successful firms need to be preparing for the worst

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    Euro contractors: Is the UK market in their grip?

    2011-01-21T00:00:00Z

    Even the big guns in this year’s Top 200 European contractors league tables will feel the pain as public spending shrinks everywhere. But they could find good hunting among the UK’s large projects. Dave Lowery examines what lies behind the rankings listed over the next nine pages

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    Europe’s big beasts: Top contractors on the prowl

    2010-01-22T00:00:00Z

    Europe’s governments have been throwing bloody haunches to contractors to get them through the famine, says Michael Glackin, but soon they’re going to be hunting on their own

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    Europe's top 100 contractors and materials firms

    2009-01-23T00:00:00Z

    It may be a global downturn but some countries are doing better than others. Our annual table of Europe’s top 300 contractors and materials firms begins with a look at the winners and losers.

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    Conquistadors in Kensington

    2008-01-25T00:00:00Z

    While French firms were dazzling us with their hefty turnovers, the Spanish have sneaked in and established themselves as the next big thing in European construction.

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    Willkommen zurück, pet (Welcome back, liebchen)

    2007-01-19T00:00:00Z

    Our league of Europe’s top 300 contractors and materials producers kicks off with an analysis of the German market, which has just had its first year of growth in a decade. Mark Leftly looks at what’s caused the change – and what it means for British firms considering a trip across the North Sea ...

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    Balance of power

    2006-01-20T00:00:00Z

    Building's annual rundown of Europe's top 300 contractors confirms the continued dominance of the French - Vinci and Bouygues remain in the top two positions. Mark Leftly and Emily Wright reveal the secrets of the superpowers' success and split the continent into six regions to analyse how fast the