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Change is good

It is difficult to slow down progress and avoid change. Those who avoid change and innovation will ultimately see it take place elsewhere, and so future opportunities could either be missed or lost for ever. The sector’s capacity to respond

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SEC Groups call on Government to act quickly on late payment abuse

The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group has welcomed the Government’s efforts to address the practice of late payments and the commitment to change the culture of unfair treatment of SMEs and illegal practices, but it says there is still more to be done to ensure implementation and enforcement.

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Caspian relaunches as Caspian Group

Caspian Access and Plant Hire has announced that its new company name is Caspian Group. For over 30 years, Caspian has supplied scaffolding boards and related services to a national and international client base from four sites. In line with

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I-Scaff completes Philippines shutdown project

Fife-based I-Scaff has completed a contract to shut down a coal-fired power station in Mariveles in the province of Bataan, the Philippines. The recommendation for I-Scaff came from the power station’s site manager who had director Ross Brown’s details following

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CASS takes on London double

Barry-based CASS is working on two major contracts in London, one near Wembley Stadium and a second for Queen Mary University in east London. CASS is on-site in Wembley with a contract that will see a team of 10 work

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Scaffolding Association joins Temporary Works Forum

The Scaffolding Association has become a member of the Temporary Works Forum (TWF) as part of its continuing strategy to improve the standards of scaffolding and access within the construction industry. The TWF is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to

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