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Sunday, May 31, 2009

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BristleKRS

The link you use above appears to be to an article by Tony Gosling. I'm sure you are aware of Tony and his interests.

I see that Dave Osler has also written on this topic, perhaps he might be a good person to hook up with?

http://www.davidosler.com/2006/09/balfour_beatty_blacklisting_tr.html

Phil

Thanks for that. Yes; I am aware of TG's 'interests' and perhaps for the uninitiated the link should have come with a health warning. The particular section on Caprim remains a useful summary. I hadn't read Osler's piece though and will drop him a line.

Dave

I have two boxfiles full of material on these outfits and similar, Phil. Happy to share.

Phil

Now that's a nice comment to get first thing on a Monday morning. Cheers Dave, will be in touch.

Wrong

We were doing some rudimentary digging on Caprim and it looks like they applied to be struck off in April(just after the Consulting Association got busted...hmmm) If you want to company search them you probably have days left to do it in before they cease to exist - for some info on the people involved see
http://nowornever.books.officelive.com/Caprim.aspx

Phil

Thanks for the tip. Those files must end up somewhere . . .

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