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As you will be aware yesterday now Carillion announced it was going into liquidation


Service Personnel, Families may be concerned about this which is understandable.


CarillionAmey has placed an update on there website 15th January 2018


We deliver the Regional Prime and National Housing contracts for the MOD, through the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO). These contracts maintain much of the MOD estate in the UK.


This morning Carillion announced it is entering into immediate compulsory liquidation. However, CarillionAmey Limited and CarillionAmey (Housing Prime) Limited are two separate legal entities that operate independently of Carillion.


READ MORE HERE: http://company.carillionamey.co.uk/company-news/15-january-2018-update-from-carillionamey/

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I also just want to put this out there on a seperate JV that Carillion has...


Carillion telent Joint Venture Statement


Following the news this morning of the liquidation of Carillion, telent would like to reassure the customers, workers and sub-contractors of the Carillion telent Joint Venture (CtJV) that the CtJV remains open for business and there will be continuity of delivery to its customers.


Telecoms infrastructure is telent’s core business and it has been involved with providing services to BT to maintain and develop their network for over 20 years.


The CtJV was established with Carillion in 2009, with a legal structure that gives telent the right to step into 100 percent of the Joint Venture in the event of insolvency, enabling the Ct JV to continue to operate, providing continuity and business as normal to its customers, workers and subcontractors.


Existing contracts will be honoured and continue to run as normal, including the two biggest contracts with Openreach and Gigaclear. All workers involved in the joint venture not currently employed by telent will transfer to telent, securing all jobs and delivery of the service. Subcontractors to the CtJV will continue to operate under their existing arrangements.


Similar to the Amey JVs above - I suspect while the impact is huge, I must say Bravo to all of the JVs who are stepping up to the mark...


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