Galliford Try, Alun Griffiths, Severfield and Ferrovial Agroman are among 18 companies that have today been suspended from the Prompt Payment Code for failing to pay suppliers on time.
The extent to which drivers of road-rail vehicles can or cannot see the railway line in front of and behind them has been put in the spotlight by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB).
An extensive programme of tests has been ordered of the building systems at a major new Edinburgh children’s hospital that had been due to open this month.
Designers and developers from around the world are being asked for input into one of the major projects in the US$13bn (£10.5bn) expansion of New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport.
Aerial work platform and telehandler specialist Riwal has expanded its European operations by opening four new depots, including one in Hertfordshire.
Crane and hoist hire firm Mechplant North East has secured an asset finance package from Yorkshire Bank to expand its equipment fleet.
A joint venture of two Vinci Construction subsidiaries has won a CA$400m (£245m) contract to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) tank in Canada.
Three roadheaders have met up 30 metres underground in the first major breakthrough on the AU$11bn (£6.2bn) Metro Tunnel project in Melbourne, Australia.
Construction has begun of a Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association development of 44 homes in Portsoy.
Cladding supplier Vivalda Group grew sales by a modest 6% in the past year but is still hoping for a post-Grenfell uplift.
The latest quarterly survey of construction surveyors shows that a small majority are getting busier.
The University of York has handed Interserve a £5.8m contract for more construction work at the Hull York Medical School.
Construction consultant Ridge & Partners has acquired the London M&E division of Scottish consulting engineer Blyth & Blyth.
Nationwide Building Society has received planning permission from Swindon Borough Council for the construction of a £50m development of 239 new homes.
Plans have been submitted to replace a three-storey office block on London’s Isle of Dogs with a 40-storey residential and hotel building.
Scaffolding contractor Enigma Industrial Services has purchased a further £2m of Haki Universal scaffolding.
A man injured in a mobile crane accident nearly five years ago has secured ‘substantial' damages from his then employer, Baldwins Crane Hire Ltd
Building materials group CRH has agreed to sell all of its European builders’ merchants in a deal worth more than €1.6bn.
Turner & Townsend is creating a new business in the USA through a partnership with a firm specialising in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector.
Mott MacDonald has teamed up with a technology company and an international cost consultant with the aim of using artificial intelligence (AI) to bring an end to time and cost overruns on projects.
Not since the days of Swampy and his friends held up construction of the M3 through Twyford Down has direct action presented such a risk to construction companies.
A Stockport construction company must pay out early £10,000 after being prosecuted for giving its site workers rubbish welfare facilities.
Galliford Try has completed the restructure of its construction business, shedding 350 jobs.
Excavator attachment manufacturer Engcon has now committed its entire product supply to its Q-Safe (QS) quick hitches.
Utilities contractor Clancy has invested in a new trenchless pipe-lining equipment that it says is repairing sewers far more quickly than by traditional trench digging.