Skanska UK not bidding for Amec

February 2007
Contract Journal;2/28/2007, Vol. 437 Issue 6614, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of Skanska UK to rule out of bidding for Amec's Built Environment division. Another top five contractor who has stood back from Amec's £1.3 billion-a-year turnover division commented that Amec's infrastructure business has been run down and it is not a significant player in Great Britain any more.


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