Blacklisting the blacklisters: the evidence revisited (subscribers, key players, finances, etc)

12570

The alleged architect of the construction ‘blacklisting’ scandal, Cullum McAlpine, who has been described as the mastermind behind the construction ‘blacklisting’ scandal that hit headlines over the past two years, has refused to give evidence in the High Court case due to start May 11th to establish the extent of wrongdoing in the industry. Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd, the company headed by Cullum McAlpine, is accused of defamation, breaches of the 1988 Data Protection Act, conspiracy and misuse of private information. The outcome of the trial will determine the level of compensation that will be awarded to victims of ‘blacklisting’.  Altogether around 30 construction firms are involved in the litigation. The trade union Unite pledged to challenge Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd every time that company tenders for public procurement contracts unless Cullum McAlpine gives evidence at the court. In the meantime, here is a reminder of some of the evidence already available and which the court will no doubt be considering as part of its deliberations…

(Note: For more on blacklisting – its history and how it works today, see: Blacklisting, a book by Dave Smith and Phil Chamberlain, Spies at Work, by Mike Hughes and The construction industry blacklist: how the Economic League lived on, by Phil Chamberlain. See also Appendix, below.)

Here is a list of all companies (incomplete) that subscribed to the blacklisting organisation, The Economic League.

Here are the blacklist evidence submissions and testimonies to the House of Commons Scottish Select Committee.

Below are the various documents related to The Consulting Association (C.A), the company that succeeded The Economic League and which was submitted as information by Ian Kerr, for the Scottish Affairs Committee inquiry into Blacklisting in Employment.

A. List Of Company Main Contacts

B. Consulting Association Chairmen

C. Table Of Annual Membership To The Association And Usage Charge

D. Email Showing Revised Costs Sent March 2009

E. C.A Revised Figures

F. C.A Certificate of Registration for VAT

G. C.A Draft Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 1995

H. C.A Draft Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 1994

I. C.A Draft Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 1996

J. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 1997

K. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 1999

L. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2000

M. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2001

N. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2002

O. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2003

P. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2004

Q. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2004 (signed copy)

R. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2006

S. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2007

T. C.A Financial Statements for the year ended 31st March 2008

U. Consulting Association Ledger June 2000-Nov 2003 Part 1

U. Consulting Association Ledger June 2000-Nov 2003 Part 2

U. Consulting Association Ledger June 2000-Nov 2003 Part 3

V. Consulting Association Ledger Dec 2003-Oct 2007 Part 1

V. Consulting Association Ledger Dec 2003-Oct 2007 Part 2

V. Consulting Association Ledger Dec 2003-Oct 2007 Part 3

V. Consulting Association Ledger Dec 2003-Oct 2007 Part 4

V. Consulting Association Ledger Dec 2003-Oct 2007 Part 5

W. Consulting Association Ledger Nov 2007-May 2009

Appendix:

  1. Companies subscribed to The Consulting Association:

Amec Building Ltd
Amec Construction Ltd
Amec Facilities Ltd
Amec Ind Div
Amec Process & Energy Ltd
Amey Construction – Ex Member
B Sunley & Sons – Ex Member
Balfour Beatty
Balfour Kilpatrick
Ballast (Wiltshire) PLc –Ex Member
Bam Construction (HBC Construction)
Bam Nuttall (Edmund Nutall Ltd)
C B & I Cleveland Bridge UK Ltd
Costain UK Ltd
Crown House Technologies (Carillion/Tarmac Const)
Diamond M & E Services
Dudley Bower & Co Ltd – Ex Member
Emcor (Drake & Scull) – ‘Ex Ref’
Emcor Rail
G Wimpey Ltd – Ex Member
Haden Young
Kier Ltd
John Mowlem Ltd – Ex Member
Laing O’Rourk (Laing Ltd)
Lovell Construction (UK) Ltd – Ex Member
Miller Construction Limited – Ex Member
Morgan Ashurst
Morgan Est
Morrison Construction Group – Ex Member
N G Bailey
Shepherd Engineering Services
Sias Building Services
Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd
Skanska (Kaverna/Trafalgar House Plc)
SPIE (Matthew Hall) – ex Member
Taylor Woodrow Construction Ltd – ex Member
Turriff Construction Ltd –ex Member
Tysons Contractors – ex Member
Walter Llewellyn & Sons Ltd – ex Member
Whessoe Oil & Gas
Willmott Dixon – ex Member
Vinci PLC (Norwest Holst Group).

2. Managers who blacklisted

The following are tmanagers named as blacklisters as part of Crocodile Tears Tour 2014/15. (Most derived from initials from files of those blacklisted.)

  • Michael Aird (MA) – Balfour Kilpatrick – Glasgow;
  • Kathy Almansoor (KA) – Kier Group – Sandy, Bedfordshire
  • Dave Aspinall (DA) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • Alan Audley (AA) – Vinci – Watford
  • John Ball (JB) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • Ron Barron (RB) – CB & I – Tonbridge, Kent
  • Valerie Bennison (VB) – Whessoe – Darlington
  • Ernie Boswell (EB) – Kier Group – Sandy, Bedfordshire
  • Richard Bull (RB) – HBG Construction (BAM) – Colindale, London
  • Iain Coates (IC) – Emcor – Kew Bridge, Twickenham
  • David Cochrane (DC) – Sir Robert McAlpine – Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
  • Ann Cowrie (AC) – Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering – Edinburgh
  • Tony Crowther – AMEC – Knutsford, Cheshire
  • John Dangerfield (JD) – Balfour Beatty Scottish & Southern – Basingstoke, Hampshire
  • Lynn Day (LD) – Cleveland Bridge UK – Darlington
  • John Dickinson (JD) – Skanska – Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
  • Frank Duggan (FD) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • John Edwards (JE) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • Kevin Gorman (KG) – Carillion / Crown House – Solihull
  • Elaine Gallagher (EG) – Balfour Kilpatrick – Glasgow
  • Gerry Harvey (GH) – Balfour Kilpatrick – Glasgow
  • Roy Hay (RH) – Tarmac – Solihull
  • David Hillman – Sir Robert McAlpine – Birmingham
  • Keith Horner (KH) – Ballast Wiltshire
  • Dianne Hughes (DH) – Tarmac / Crown House  – Solihull
  • Geoff Hughes (GH) – Costain – Maidenhead, Berkshire
  • Greg Ingleton (GI) – Emcor – Kew Bridge, Twickenham
  • Prue Jackson (PJ) – Haden Young – Watford
  • Vince James (VJ) – Balfour Beatty Scottish & Southern – Basingstoke, Hampshire
  • Armar Johnston (AJ) – Balfour Kilpatrick – Livingstone
  • Liz Keates (LK) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • Sheila Knight (SK) – Emcor – Kew Bridge, Twickenham
  • Ian Leake (IL) – Taylor Woodrow, Watford
  • Tim Llewellyn (TL) – Walter Llewellyn & Sons Ltd, Eastbourne, East Sussex
  • Alf Lucas (AL) – Mowlem
  • Bridget May (BM) – Nuttall – Camberley, Surrey
  • Cullum McAlpine – Sir Robert McAlpine – Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
  • Paul McCreath (PM) – HBG Construction (BAM) – Colindale, London
  • Steve McGuire (SM) – Morgan Est plc – Warrington
  • John Morrison (JM) – Morrison Construction – Edinburgh
  • Arnold Nestler (AN) – AMEC – Knutsford, Cheshire
  • Lisa O’Mahoney (LOM) – Laing O’Rourke – Dartford, Kent
  • Danny O’Sullivan (DOS) – Kier Group – Sandy, Bedfordshire
  • Sandy Palmer (SP) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • Harry Pooley (HP) – Rosser & Russell – Watford
  • Derek Price – Morgan Ashurst – Stratford upon Avon
  • Stephen Quant (SQ) – Skanska – Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
  • Paul Raby (PR) – Balfour Kilpatrick – Glasgow
  • Murray Reid (MR) – NG Bailey – Ilkley, West Yorkshire
  • Roger Robinson (RR) – Carillion / Crown House – Wolverhampton
  • Sylvia Smith (SS) – Laing O’Rourke – Dartford, Kent
  • Trevor Spice (TS) – Costain – Maidenhead, Berkshire
  • Lisa Stevenson (LS) – Shepherd Engineering Services – York
  • John Stoddart (JS) – SIAS Building Services – Keighley
  • Alan Swift – Crown House Technologies – Manchester
  • Pat Swift (PS) – BAM Nuttall – Guildford
  • Alan Thorniley (AT) – Vinci – Watford
  • Brian Tock (BT) – Carillion / Crown House – Solihull
  • Ken Ward (KW) – Costain – Maidenhead, Berkshire
  • Trevor Watchman (TW) – Balfour Beatty Major Projects – Redhill, Surrey
  • Steve Wigmore – Crown House Technologies – Solihull
  • Allison Wilkins – Skanska – Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
  • Carolyn Williams (CW) – Haden Young – Watford
Advertisements
This entry was posted in Economy, Intelligence, no category, Surveillance and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to Blacklisting the blacklisters: the evidence revisited (subscribers, key players, finances, etc)

  1. Pingback: Blacklisting Update | The LU Engineering Branch of the RMT

  2. Pingback: Blacklisting the blacklisters: the evidence revisited (subscribers, key players, finances, etc) — UndercoverInfo | gmavromixail's Blog

  3. Pingback: NSSN 289: March with the Junior Doctors & Teachers! | National Shop Stewards Network

  4. Pingback: Blacklister admits destroying Consulting Assoc evidence; now has own vetting agency | UndercoverInfo

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s