Firms building major public infrastructure projects such as the Aberdeen bypass should be covered by freedom of information laws, it has been claimed.
Outsourcer Mitie has insisted it is “where we need to be” amid a swingeing overhaul, despite reporting a drop in annual earnings after a tough past year.
The collapse of engineering giant Carillion will cost taxpayers an estimated £148 million and have a significant impact on workers, investors and firms which supplied it with goods, a report reveals.
The chief executive of the Pensions Regulator is stepping down following years of criticism from MPs over high profile failings related to BHS and Carillion.
Britain’s Big Four accountancy firms should be broken up following failings exposed by the collapse of construction giant Carillion, a damning parliamentary report has said.
Shares in Interserve dipped on Friday after it emerged that the troubled outsourcer is being investigated by the City watchdog over its handling of inside information.
The boss of outsourcing giant Serco has accused the Government of “behaving badly” by passing off unreasonable contracts to suppliers, ignoring its own guidelines and shrouding its decisions in secrecy.
Council chiefs are preparing a repair bill for roads and bridges that have been “trashed” by heavy AWPR construction vehicles since the bypass project began.
Shares in Interserve tumbled on Monday as the troubled outsourcer fell deeper into the red after its chairman bemoaned “self-inflicted mistakes of the past”.
High street banking giant Santander has revealed a 21% slump in profit after taking another hit from failed construction giant Carillion and suffering “competitive pressures”.
Outsourcing giant Capita is to tap investors for £701 million and embark on a new strategy after booking a hefty annual loss.
Britain’s big four accountancy firms will face fines of up to £10 million as part of new regulatory powers aimed at clamping down on “seriously poor audit work”.
Output in the UK construction sector has taken a battering from Britain’s freak cold snap, causing the industry to contract in March.
The former headquarters of collapsed engineering giant Carillion has gone up for sale, with a price tag of over £3 million.
More jobs have been lost following the collapse of engineering giant Carillion, taking the total to more than 1,800.
A staggering 21,000 jobs have been axed in the first three months of the year as retail store closures, company restructurings and Carillion’s collapse resulted in a bleak quarter.
Galliford Try is to raise £157.6 million through a rights issue to help cover costs for a road contract in Aberdeen that it had run with its now defunct partner Carillion.
More jobs have been lost following the collapse of engineering giant Carillion, taking the total to over 1,700.
The delay-hit Aberdeen bypass was at the centre of a fresh controversy yesterday amid claims that workers had to pay to receive their wages.
Building materials giant Breedon said yesterday it did not expect any adverse impact from its involvement in the Aberdeen city bypass road despite the collapse of one of the consortium partners behind the project.
Transport chiefs have signalled that preparatory work is “progressing well” on a scheme to finally ease congestion at Aberdeen’s notorious Haudagain roundabout.
More than £130million was wiped off the value of the parent of one of Scotland’s leading construction firms after the collapse of Carillion forced it to strengthen its balance sheet yesterday.
Scottish ministers have been urged to travel to the north-east “as a matter of urgency” to reassure local workers from collapsed construction giant Carillion.
More than 800 jobs across the UK have now been axed at collapsed construction giant Carillion – including workers building Aberdeen’s long-awaited western bypass.
Workers on Aberdeen’s long-awaited western bypass were left “dazed and confused” last night amid reports that several had been made redundant.
Profits at Santander’s UK operation have been dragged down by the bank’s exposure to collapsed construction giant Carillion.
The headquarters of the north’s economic development agency could be impacted by the collapse of construction giant Carillion, it has emerged.
AWPR sections could be opened early – but drivers may have to wait longer for completion of the full road
Economy Secretary Keith Brown has revealed that sections of Aberdeen’s new bypass could be opened earlier than planned – but he was unable to confirm whether the full road would be completed on schedule.
A string of top bosses at collapsed construction giant Carillion are to be questioned by MPs next month.
More than 1,100 military families in the north have been affected by the Carillion collapse.
A former chief executive of bankrupt engineering firm Carillion has resigned as a non-executive director Aberdeen oil service giant Wood.
The Scottish Government has raised hopes that there will be no further delay to the completion of Aberdeen’s bypass following the collapse of Carillion – and that 260 affected jobs could be saved.