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CPL takes on Palazzani
UK producer becomes distributor for spider specialist 
Aberdeen City Council evacuates tenants from properties containing RAAC panels
Tenants living in homes built with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) in Aberdeen, Scotland, have to relocate to new homes as soon as possible.
Eiffage sees ‘significant growth’ in 2023
The company recently released its 2023 annual results
Speedy apprenticeship schemes receive accreditation
Awards highlight progress of emerging talent programme
Cawarden reclaims materials for charity
Contractor donates 3,000 items from strip-out to equip community centre for 
Major Northern Ireland infrastructure projects now billions over estimate
Projects costs are ballooning for yearslong public projects.
Costain announces move to London
The company will be relocating to a downtown street in the heart of England’s capital
McGovern adds Liebherr MK 140-5.1 crane
UK crane rental specialist takes delivery of a new mobile folding construction crane from Liebherr GB
Plans unveiled for hydrogen plant in UK
French hydrogen producer Lhyfe to establish 20MW production facility in northern England
HSS places “significant” Sinoboom order
Two new machines included in order of more than 100 units
Hochtief CEO on de-risking projects and plans for new construction university
German infrastructure construction giant Hochtief didn’t sign any new lump sum contracts in 2023 as it continues to de-risk its projects.
UK competition watchdog to investigate 8 major UK housebuilders
The UK’s competition watchdog is to investigate eight of the country’s biggest housebuilders following evidence that suggests they may have been sharing commercially sensitive information.
Morgan Sindall posts ‘record’ 2023 with US$5.2 billion revenue
Last year was “another record year” for UK construction group
‘Uncertainty’ over construction inflation: What price rises do different regions face?
Construction input prices surged in early 2024 and there may be more to come.
Nixon Hire signs net zero pledge
UK rental company makes climate committment
Prolectric unveils solar hybrid lighting tower
Unit makes debut at Executive Hire Show
Local authority building control ‘will cease’ in April amid lack of registered surveyors, UK government warned
Letter from LABC warns UK government that trouble getting enough building control professionals registered by the 6 April deadline means local authority building control ‘will cease’.
Speedy improves sustainability ranking
Gets A- score from Carbon Disclosure Project
Tickets go live for nuclear decommissioning event
UK authority holds forum to “share knowledge, research and innovation” 
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