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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
Prison sentence for contractor
United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive successfully prosecutes contractor who ignored asbestos survey and failed to protect workers and public
Lemminkäinen settles with State of Finland
Finnish contractor and State settle dispute concerning damages related to decisions in asphalt cartel case
OSHA dust guidelines set for airing at WOC
Experts Don Evans and David Murray to present a seminar on the US Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard compliance guidelines at World of Concrete
Two year prison term for access manager
Manager of a UK-based access rental company sentenced to two years imprisonment following death of one man and serious injuries to another
Lemminkäinen looks to appeal
Finnish contractor in cartel case wants to appeal some of Helsinki Court of Appeal’s decisions last October
City blames crane operator in Tribeca crane collapse
Operator error was responsible for the collapse of a crawler crane in Tribeca, Manhattan, USA, according to the New York City Department of Buildings
Mecca crane crash cause suspected
Human error was allegedly to blame for the crane that fell and killed more than 100 people in Saudi Arabia ahead of the hajj pilgrimage in the holy city of Mecca last year
Odebrecht fined US$2.6 billion for bribery
Court case centred around Brazil’s largest construction firm has uncovered corruption at highest governmental levels
Waste Management Protocol becomes a reality
Construction and demolition waste management has its first set of guidelines after 18 months of workshops attended by EDA and others
LA pays $ 300 m to settle claim with Kiewit
Highway authority settles its two-year-long legal battle with Omaha-based contractor
Nooteboom wins low-loader patent case
Ten years of judicial wrangling over the Nooteboom Pendle-X Euro low-loader with excavator trough have finally been decided in Nooteboom’s favour
Testimony deals expected in Odebrecht case
At least 80 Odebrecht employees are said to be negotiating plea bargains with investigators
Crane regulations lawsuit filed against NY City DOB
A group of construction industry associations have filed a lawsuit against the City of New York and its commissioner Rick Chandler over new crane orders and regulations
Lemminkäinen claims €20 million
Finnish contractor names amount it feels it is entitled to as a result of Court of Appeal of Helsinki decision on asphalt cartel
Damages reduced in Lemminkäinen cartel case
Helsinki Court of Appeal’s asphalt cartel ruling leads to Finnish contractor receiving reimbursement of approximately €14 million
Safety recommendations from NYC Crane Working Group
New York City's Technical Working Group publishes report containing crane safety recommendations following recent crane collapse
Recycling group wants waste law enforcement
ERP says waste and competition legislations must be regarded as interdependent components
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