The building firm Rok looks set to become another victim of the tough economic trading conditions. Though it does appear that the trading conditions isn’t the only reason why they are in serious trouble.

In August the company reported that it had found ‘serious failings’ in it’s financial and operational controls. Then a week later it said it had made a £3.8 million pound loss for the first half of the year.

The company employs around 2000 people, and carries out work for councils, schools, businesses and housing associations.

This follows shortly after Connaught entered administration 10 weeks ago.

A full report can be read at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11708451