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Veidekke Hochtief settles dispute
At the same time, Norwegian contractor Veidekke undergoes reorganisation of its operating areas
Heijmans lock project could restart
Dispute ruling over Dutch Wilhelmina Lock project entitles contractor to €8 million more compensation
More ECOL trials
Next ECOL trials scheduled as European operator licence scheme prepares for 2019 launch
Lafarge SA under investigation
French investigators place Lafarge SA under formal investigation over Syrian cement plant
BossTek - OSHA deadline's coming
Industrial dust control company says silica compliance doesn’t have to be at the expense of profits
Police recover stolen crane
Hovago’s stolen 300 tonne Liebherr mobile crane found in Belgium
Vinci in the clear
Complaint made about Qatari subsidiary of French-based firm will not be pursued any further
Speedy plays down impact of Carillion collapse
UK rental company says outstanding debt owed by Carillion to Speedy stands at £2 million
Vp’s Brandon Hire acquisition investigated
Competition & Markets Authority opens investigation into Vp’s acquisition of Brandon Hire, worth €47.12 million
Kobe Steel admits falsifying data
Japanese steelmaker shipped goods with doctored inspection certificates
UK mobile crane MoT test exemption changes
Mobile cranes in the UK built on standard HGV chassis weighing up to 44 tonnes will be required to have an MoT as of May 2018
Lemminkäinen leave to appeal
Finnish Supreme Court grants contractor and city of Vantaa leave to appeal over asphalt cartel damages
Petrofac CEO fined
Italian oil services company chief says he is “shocked and surprised” by €300,000 fine
Former bridge official jailed in Canadian bribery case
Michel Fournier accepted US$1.8 million from SNC-Lavalin in exchange for Montreal bridge contract
Polish motorway dispute settled
Court proceedings in longstanding row between GDDKiA and Covec over construction of sections of A2 motorway ends
U-turn resolves dispute over Spanish permits
Attempts to enforce changes to Spain’s exceptional transport regulations have been dropped following complaints from trade bodies
Petrofac COO suspended
Oil services company investigated by the UK’s Serious Fraud Office looking into suspected bribery, corruption and money laundering
Lemminkäinen considers court ruling
Helsinki Court of Appeal orders Finnish contractor to pay €3.4 million in change to District Court verdict
Cat HQ raided by US authorities
Investigators seize documents from three Caterpillar offices over possible tax fraud
International group to probe Odebrecht bribes
A multilateral group of officials will jointly investigate the extent of corruption stemming from the Odebrecht bribery case
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