The search is on for contractors who wish to tender for a slice of a multi-million pound construction budget.
A scaffolding firm has been prosecuted for failing to protect one of its workers who sustained life changing injuries following a fall from height.
Another construction worker has made headlines after demolishing the front of a newly refurbished hotel, amidst claims that he has not been paid.
In the build up to Christmas the team at Palmers have been hard at work fundraising for local charities.
An engineering firm has pleaded guilty to health and safety breaches after an employee suffered a serious head injury whilst assembling a steel frame.
Two drainage product manufacturers, who were accused of price fixing, have admitted breaking competition laws following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA.)
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A subsidiary of UK housing contractor Willmott Dixon has been ordered to pay close to £1.5 million in fines and costs after residents were exposed to carbon monoxide (CO) fumes.
A major contractor, at the centre of a long running dispute with a local authority, is allegedly refusing to pay millions in compensation, despite an Appeal Court decision and the latest judgment from the Technology and Construction Court against them.
An online trader, who fraudulently manufactured and sold fake construction industry skill cards, has been jailed for more than three years.