A court battle is looming between the builders of the city bypass and the taxpayer over a £250 million disagreement over spiralling costs.
The last boss of failed construction giant Carillion has been handed a new role as chairman of Score Group.
Individuals involved in the collapse of construction giant Carillion should face an immediate criminal investigation, a union leader has urged.
Balfour Beatty saw profits quadruple in the first half of this year despite a £44 million hit from the collapse of Carillion.
Firms building major public infrastructure projects such as the Aberdeen bypass should be covered by freedom of information laws, it has been claimed.
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.
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.
Scottish ministers were last night under pressure to take “decisive action” to ensure Aberdeen’s £745million bypass is not derailed by the collapse of a key contractor.
Military bosses have insisted that Carillion’s downfall will have “minimal” impact on forces military in Moray.
The lead consortium partner on the £745million AWPR is to go into liquidation, threatening thousands of jobs.
The Scottish Government has been urged to draw up contingency plans over fears one of the firms behind the city bypass is on the brink of collapse.
Calls are being made for the UK and Scottish Governments to bring contracts from crisis-hit construction giant Carillion back into public control amid fears it could “collapse”.
Crisis-hit construction group Carillion “has no intention” of withdrawing from the Aberdeen city bypass road consortium as the £745million project nears completion.
One of the partners building the Aberdeen city bypass road is at the heart of a probe by the UK’s financial watchdog, it was announced yesterday.
Troubled infrastructure giant Carillion has parachuted its new chief executive into the firm earlier than previously planned.
AWPR consortium partner Carillion saw its shares plummet yesterday after it issued another profit warning and said it was heading for a breach of financial covenants.
The Scottish Government is poised to hand over more than £500million to the contractors building the Aberdeen bypass as the work nears completion.
Troubled AWPR consortium partner Carillion took another battering in the City yesterday after posting half-year losses of more than £1billion.
Troubled Aberdeen city bypass consortium partner Carillion has parted company with its finance chief amid a raft of senior management changes as it battles for survival.