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Cheesegrater bolt saga finally comes to an end

When huge bolts started to fall off the Cheesegrater in November 2014, just months after construction completed, the legal battles began. Four-and-a-half years later, the affair has now been settled.

Construction forecasts downgraded again – except for warehouses

Continuing uncertainty over the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union has prompted the Construction Products Association to downgrade its forecasts for UK construction activity once again.
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Aberdeen contractor fined after two fall into uncovered hatch

An electrical contractor has been fined £24,000 after two people were injured falling through an uncovered floor hatch at a residential property.

Delayed starts prompt Van Elle profits warning

Van Elle, the publicly quoted geotechnical contractor, has warned shareholders that its annual profits will be below expectations because of clients stalling on project start dates.

Green light for Aberdeen road improvements

Aberdeen City Council has approved road and transport works totalling £10.6m, boosted by £2.5m of additional funding.

Cheesegrater bolt saga finally comes to an end

When huge bolts started to fall off the Cheesegrater in November 2014, just months after construction completed, the legal battles began. Four-and-a-half years later, the affair has now been settled.

Crossrail to open by March 2021 but without Bond Street station

Crossrail’s new leadership team has produced a new plan to get the delayed project finished and start rail operations under central London sometime between October 2020 and March 2021.

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