Interserve administration gets minister’s blessing...

2019-03-20T06:00:00+00:00By ,

Prepack that prevented total collapse has ‘considerably strengthened’ contractor’s position, says Oliver Dowden

dowden commons interserve he takes swipe at firm's rebel shareholders


‘Greedy capitalists,’ felled the business

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Kier racks up £36m loss despite increased turnover


Infrastructure and construction arms record a profit, but firm lost money on developments and housing


Boss reveals extent of tech work still to complete at Crossrail stations


Mark Wild says host of fit-out jobs including critical communications network not yet finished

Carmody Groarke - Windemere Jetty (2)

In pictures: Carmody Groarke's Windermere museum set to open its doors


The museum, which displays boats used on England’s largest lake, will open to the public this weekend


Kier names Andrew Davies as next chief executive


Davies was due to take top job at Carillion a week after it collapsed


HS2 chair does not expect to be given any more cash


Following Crossrail row, Allan Cook promises ‘transparency' on £55bn railway

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When Marks Barfield Architects was asked to design Cambridge’s first purpose-built mosque, it turned for inspiration to the Garden of Paradise

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Construction industry gossip: Tough at the top

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Costain boss Andrew Wyllie on the possibly delayed Bond Street station and an ex-Crossrail boss suffers the humiliation of a Chris Graying endorsement

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Is digital the new infrastructure?


Will Squires explains how data and new technology is helping airports meet the growing demand for air travel


Should we prepare for more project downtime as uncertainty grips the sector?

2019-03-15T06:00:00+00:00By Bob Hide

Project shutdowns are relatively common in the construction industry - so being armed with the right intelligence is vital

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Are these new models of housing delivery the future?


It’s all a little topsy turvy but the housing sector suggests that the traditional domains of single specialism expertise are increasingly of the past

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Final account disputes - last but not least


Disputes over the final account can drag on for years, but the latest NEC and FIDIC contracts can help avoid that happening


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