Carillion

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The expected opening of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project has been deferred until Autumn 2018 – six months later than planned, economy secretary Keith Brown has confirmed. The consortium tasked with delivering the £745 million project Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL) said the impac

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has commenced an investigation into the conduct of two former group finance directors at Carillion. The accounting watchdog said today that the investigation of both Richard Adam and Zafar Khan relates to the preparation and approval of financial statements rele

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Another 87 former workers have lost their jobs at collapsed construction giant Carillion, taking the total so far to almost 1,460. A spokesperson for the Official Receiver, which is the body handling the construction and services firm’s liquidation, said on Monday that a further 150 employees had

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The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is calling on construction employers to offer opportunities to the hundreds of Carillion workers who lost their jobs following the company’s collapse. A new careers page has been set up on the CITB website, collating job opportunities in each nation

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The number of workers who have lost their jobs as a result of the collapse of the construction giant Carillion has topped 1,000 amid another wave of cuts. The Official Receiver has announced that a further 152 former employees are being made redundant this week, taking the total to 1,141 since the c

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Keith Kilburn Keith Kilburn outlines 10 issues for employers, professionals and the supply chain to consider in the event of the insolvency of a main contractor.

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Galliford Try is planning to raise £150 million of new equity capital to help cover its additional financial obligations on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) contract following the collapse of Carillion. The two firms formed two-thirds of the Aberdeen Roads Ltd (ARL) consortium leading t

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Serco has agreed a revised deal to buy a large part of Carillion’s UK healthcare facilities management business, saving £20 million in the process. Stricken contractor Carillion agreed a £47.7m sale to Serco in December as part of efforts to reduce its debt.

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A further 59 Carillion staff employed on paused construction projects are to lose their jobs this week, though around two-thirds of the UK services workforce has been transferred to new providers. Liquidators for the stricken firm said today that the facilities management contracts which had been ru

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The number of jobs lost following the collapse of construction giant Carillion has now reached 930 after the Official Receiver announced today that 101 more workers have been made redundant. The body in charge of liquidating the construction and outsourcing group said it had saved 2,250 jobs followi

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More jobs have been lost at stricken contractor Carillion with another 452 workers being made redundant, the Official Receiver has confirmed today. The announcement from the body in charge of liquidating the construction and outsourcing group follows the loss of 377 jobs last Friday.

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The collapse of construction and outsourcing giant Carillion has resulted in the loss of nearly 380 jobs, the Official Receiver announced today. The body in charge of liquidating the firm said 377 people will be made redundant follow the contractor’s demise, though more than 900 jobs have been pro

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