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Infrastructure stocks face austerity cold shower
Wednesday, 08.18.2010, 07:24am
European infrastructure stocks that rode high on spending stimulus euphoria are feeling the brunt of public works cuts, and investors are on the lookout for companies with deep pockets and revenues in growing markets.
£15bn public spending 'hole' post-2011
Saturday, 12.12.2009, 04:02pm

The Pre-Budget Report has at its core a £15bn hole, which must be funded from public spending cuts of some 3% per year in areas such as transport, according to research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) today.

CH2M Hill to manage Thames Tideway
Sunday, 03.23.2008, 01:46pm

Thames Water has appointed CH2M Hill as programme manager for the £2bn Thames Tideway 'super sewer' project, which was approved in March 2007.

Carillion's profits up 39%
Saturday, 03.08.2008, 08:04am

Contractor Carillion today reported a 39% rise in pre-tax profits for 2007, following completion of its acquisition of Alfred McAlpine last month.

New skyscraper damper
Saturday, 03.01.2008, 06:37am

A new damped outrigger system to stabilise tall buildings has cut the cost of a 200m tall residential tower in the Philippines by around £2M, the designer has claimed.

National Grid fined £41.6M for breaching competition regulations
Tuesday, 02.26.2008, 01:56am

Energy regulator Ofgem has fined National Grid £41.6M for breaching competition law, by restricting competition in the domestic gas meter market.

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