ICE urges 'leadership' on climate changeSubscription
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) says it is asking members to “show leadership” on environmental issues after being called on to demonstrate how it is helping to combat climate change.
The government will strengthen regulations to tackle late paying customers, in the wake of Carillon’s collapse, business secretary Greg Clark told MPs today.
The co-chair of a parliamentary inquiry has slammed PwC for “milking the Carillon cow dry” as MPs prepare to grill the firm’s partners over the construction giant’s collapse.
SMEs, Research & Development, and taxSubscription
Construction companies are doing research and development without realising it, and failing to claim tax relief as a result
The UK’s financial regulator has launched a probe into the conduct of former Carillion finance directors.
Interview | Nevil MuncasterSubscription
Getting engineers to return to the profession’s origins is at the heart of how Yorkshire Water plans to spend around £1.5bn over the next few years.
York City Council has started the search for a construction partner to build a £50M bridge and road as part of a major development scheme.
Skanska is the preferred bidder for the largest road contract ever awarded in Norway, which is worth an estimated NEK 5.5bn (£500M).
Network Rail has been handed a £733,000 fine after a freight train derailed due to ineffective short-term repairs.
Kier reports profit growth but debt up £60M Subscription
Construction and services group Kier has reported an 8% increase in underlying revenue in its half-year results up to December 2017.