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It was only on Monday that the company began a major refurbishment scheme at the University of Leicester.
An office worker, who was made redundant yesterday, said the company had hit problems in recent weeks because of the difficult economic climate and had been working hard to resolve them. He said the winding up petition had been "the last straw".
His friend were sub contracting for them and now we are down nearly two weeks pay. It's always the workers that suffer. The government should have step in to help but no lets just put another 100 odd blokes in the unemployment line! It makes me so mad to think that all the pen pushers in suits will be paid and all the HARD WORKING BLOKES GET NOTHING!!! This country is going to the dogs the rich get richer doing nothing and the working class work their asses of for pay!
Up until yesterday, Hallam had been working on about 50 projects, with 15 of them being major schemes.
the last company where this happens."
I carried out work for hallams for 10 years or more, I stopped working for them 5 years ago, because they were using my company for their cash flow, in the end they owed me that much money, well I had to call it a day with my own business in order to get paid by them, 17 people lost their jobs that day, I was lucky that I could pay of all my debts, I feel Bottega Veneta Clutch Black Leather
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The 40 year old, who has been at the firm for 10 years and did not want to be named, said: "There's only so much you can do in regard to cashflow. Some of the suppliers were willing to work with us and others weren't.
Letters were yesterday handed to 100 staff at Hallam Contracts, of Oadby, telling them they had been made redundant and the company was set to go into administration in the next few days. No one from the company, which has been left with about 20 workers and has ceased trading, was available for comment yesterday.
It is believed about 300 businesses, including subcontractors and suppliers, are owed in the region of million by Hallam, based in Leicester Road, Oadby.
I feel that it's a company that did winding up petition that should take some blame.
local contracting firms of any size."
On the same day, it also began a student accommodation project at a former sock factory in the city's Welford Road.
Hallam was also working on student accommodation projects for Jamie Lewis Residential in the city.
The Government should bring this in as a standard requirement from the Builder, the client has a responsibility (especially government backed projects)
Pam Allardice, chairman of Leicestershire ProCon, which organises the ProCon Awards, said: "It's a sad day because it's one of the last major Balenciaga Fanny Pack Black
Martin Traynor, chief executive of Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce, said: "We are very sorry to hear about Hallam. Unfortunately, it reflects the current situation in the construction industry and many good quality firms have gone to the wall."
For the past 10 months, the company had been working on the million project to build new headquarters for Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council in Hinckley.
I feel sorrier for the subbies/suppliers (big or Prada Etiquette Bag small) who now won't get paid. Don't forget they have families too, as do their employees;
A month before Christmas with two children and no job my husband is gutted.
I struggle, though, to have any sympathy with the Exec directors and shareholders who have led these (subbie/supplier) lambs to the slaughter. A quick "on line Directors Search" will reveal the scale of dividends that have been taken from this ailing company (and it's subsidiaries);
Yes I fully understand that the company was owed money but everyone is struggling, and I'm guessing they would have got there money soon. Hallams had a lot of work on with new sites to be opened up in the next few weeks. They were keeping people in work my husband and
Building Contractors should be made to insure all of their contracts, to ensure that should they go bust, the orders that have been placed would be honoured and payments would be made for costs to date, to all suppliers.
hit Leicestershire firm Hallam Contracts
The 90 year old family run business had been left reeling after a sub contractor submitted a winding up petition which would have seen the business broken up and sold off. It is believed the sub contractor was owed about by Hallam.
This should be compulsory on all government contracts and be part of the offer to carry out the work. This way contractors are not constantly worried about non payment,
A well known building firm which has been carrying out major projects across Leicestershire has axed more than three quarters of its workforce after experiencing financial problems.
On Thursday, a new physics building at Loughborough Endowed Schools, built by Hallam, won Small Scheme of the Year at the Leicestershire Property and Construction (ProCon) Awards.
sorry for the sub contractors Employees, but to have sympathy with the execs, well they know what they were doing, I am sure they will have food on the table this Christmas and will still be driving flash cars still,I feel sorry for the JHH employees and non exec directors who have lost their jobs;
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