Administrator says two Asian and one European buyer “seriously” interested
Delay analysis specialist TQEF enjoys strong first four months
The Department for Transport has approved upgrade work worth £15m to a link road in Taunton, Somerset.
Bowmer & Kirkland’s directors took a pay rise of over £6m in the 2012 financial year, as the firm’s turnover shrunk and operating profit more than halved.
Consultation plans for a new Lower Thames crossing have been published today by roads minister Stephen Hammond.
Royal Imtech N.V. has published its preliminary annual figures for 2012 which showed a net loss of around £191m (€226m).
Engineering services group Renew has announced year-on-year increases in revenue and pre-tax profit for the half-year to 31 March.
The Competition Commission has found that the “structure and conduct” of the cement market in the UK is “aiding co-ordination” between major producers in Great Britain, who could be forced to sell plants under possible remedies.
The schools capital agency says privately-financed projects will have to achieve triple-B minus credit rating to draw down funding
Almost all of the flats planned on the site of Battersea Power Station have already been sold amid "phenomenal interest" in the luxury development.
Mitie has told Construction News it has redeployed staff from its £140m mechanical and electrical business “wherever possible”, after a £22.1m business closure operation.
Network Rail has revamped its supplier ranking system to focus on the “overall performance” of contractors.
The Office of Fair Trading has extended its review of Kier’s proposed acquisition of May Gurney by 10 days.
Mitie Group has announced its exit from the mechanical and engineering contracting business after posting overall revenue growth of 8.4 per cent and a 5.4 per cent jump in pre-tax profits.
Tightening margins sees firm close its M&E businesses
Balfour Beatty’s supply chain must embrace BIM or risk losing out on work, its design director has said.
Solid set of results show revenue and profit growth
McLaren Construction director Graham Sturge has told Construction News he expects the London business to double in size within the year, on the back of a “phenomenal” contract-winning streak.
Construction disputes are taking longer than a year to resolve – up 33 per cent on the year before – and have increased on average by 270 per cent, with a fifth of joint ventures leading to disputes, according to new research.