Following Germany and Spain’s shock eliminations, no previous winners now stand between England and the World Cup final. Now, Gareth Southgate’s team are the second highest-ranked side in their half of the draw, behind sixth-placed Switzerland.
This means one of England, Colombia, Sweden, Switzerland, Croatia or Russia will definitely be in the Moscow final on 15 July.
Not that anybody should be getting too carried away – this is England, and a record of two World Cup knockout stage wins since 1990 makes for grim reading.
In construction news this week…
Skanska Papworth hospital job fails cladding check. Skanska has suffered a major setback on its £165m Papworth hospital project after flammable cladding was found fitted to the building.
M&E specialist Lorne Stewart suffers £8.5m loss. Building services specialist Lorne Stewart has counted the cost of problem contracts suffering a £8.5m loss last year.
Kier terminates Mackintosh building contract. Kier and the Glasgow School of Art have both mutually agreed to terminate the Mackintosh building contract following the devastating fire.
In MECsafe news this week…
We still have plenty of availability on the following courses:
Health & Safety Awareness – 11th July 2018 (ask us about completing your CSCS test after the course)!
SMSTS Refresher – 12th & 13th July 2018
UKATA Asbestos Awareness – 16th July 2018
If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.