Carillion’s collapse at the beginning of this year left a gaping hole in the list of Top 100 construction firms. But while other companies have stepped in to fill the space at the top, damage further down the supply chain has been extensive. Steve Menary assesses the prospects for the sector and reviews the financial performance of the new Top 100
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation is inviting companies to bid for a £2.9bn facilities management contract that will replace the one previously held by CarillionAmey.
Only two out of 205 private residential blocks containing combustible ACM cladding have had it completely removed since the Grenfell fire last June, government figures have revealed.
Jackson Civil Engineering has taken its first delivery of Shell GTL fuel, as part of a trial to find a cleaner burning alternative to diesel.
A decline in planning applications lodged and permissions granted is not a good omen for the construction industry, but that is what happened in the second quarter of the year.