Dispute over Parsons Brinckerhoff sale at heart of second Balfour/Carillion merger rejection
The dispute over whether Parsons Brinckerhoff should be sold was at the heart of the rejection of a second deal being tabled to merge Balfour Beatty and Carillion into a single super-contractor, it emerged this morning.
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