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H&V News - 18 November

Latest industry developments in this week’s H&V News include our lead news item on the CITB’s response to the CSCS card fraud, exposed by the BBC’s Newsnight programme.

Further unique news items in H&V News include the news that 40% of further education colleges could close due to government spending cuts, implications of the updated health and safety and corporate manslaughter updates and the news that 700 jobs have been suspended on the Air Products Tess Valley 2 site.

As always, the issue is packed with further essential information, such as the top 30 contractors and consultants and our features on industrial and commercial heating and humidification.

Further to these, our case study on Skanska’s The Monument Building shows how new methods are emerging within the industry, with many further connotations for all concerned.

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