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An underground system is to handle waste from almost 10,000 homes at London’s under-construction Barking Riverside development.
McNicholas reveals £36.5M pre-tax loss Subscription
Utilities and rail engineering firm McNicholas has revealed a £36.5M pre-tax loss for the 15 months to 30 June last year.
Balfour Beatty has declared itself “increasingly confident” of returning to industry-standard margins next year.
Engineers have been working day and night after more than 100,000 homes were left without power, roads were closed and trains and flights were cancelled as swathes of the UK were submerged in snow and ice yesterday (Monday).
Learning from Failure | Temporary WorksSubscription
The risk of a disaster remains,” warns Standing Committee on Structural Safety chair Bill Hewlett.
Retention payment woes exposed Subscription
Seven in 10 contractors whose contracts include retentions have suffered delays being paid these sums, according to research commissioned by the government.