Well, that’s it. The Construction Wave team will now take a well-deserved break to enjoy the Christmas festivities, but we’ll be back in the first week of January 2024 to bring you up to speed with the biggest stories happening in the sector.
Before we sign off for the year, let’s review some of CW’s most read articles of 2023…
Perhaps the best performing article of the year, CW broke the news when Henry Construction went under in June. More related stories here.
In November, Joanne Conway replaced Adam Green who stepped down as CEO. More related stories here.
The controversial Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expansion has come into effect. More related stories here.
Winvic saved a huge bridge in Yorkshire with support from Jacobs and Amey. More related stories here.
The UK Government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead. More related stories here.
Another unfortunate collapse in 2023 when the East Sussex company filed a notice of intention to appoint an administrator. More related stories here.
A great piece by our founder, Andrew Curtin, was also well received this year. More related stories here.
In October, Rishi Sunak confirmed the cancellation of the northern phase. More related stories here.
A difficult year as this Devon and Cornwall contractor also found itself in trouble. More related stories here.
The industry remembers Mr Stephen Jay-Hanmer, a beloved construction worker.
Large businesses that fail to pay smaller firms on time to be ‘named and shamed’. More related stories here.
Construction firms in the UK have gone under at the highest rate in a decade. More related stories here.
Buckingham entered administration this year seeing the loss of nearly 450 jobs. More related stories here.
From the entire Construction Wave team, Merry Christmas and a happy new year!
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