A joint report from the House of Commons Business and Works and Pensions Select Committee has highlighted Carillion’s abuse of its supply chains, stating that they were treated with “contempt”.
The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group, representing the largest sector of UK construction by value, has welcomed the report.
Professor Rudi Klein, SEC Group’s chief executive, said that the Carillion saga has shone a light on the dark underbelly of construction, and added: “Unfortunately Carillion is not alone; payment and contractual abuse is rife in the construction industry.”
SEC Group has been urging the Government to act on the lessons from the Carillion debacle. It has drawn up a four-point plan for action:
Professor Klein concluded: “Unless we act now, the risk is that we’ll end up with more Carillions”.
The deadline for The HVR Awards 2021 has now been extended to 20 August to allow everyone in the industry a little extra time to enter.
The prestigious scheme for the recognition of excellence from across the heating and ventilating sector will be held on Thursday 7 October.
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