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Skanska tops November's league but is a slow-down in the air?

02/12/2014: Skanska tops the Builders' Conference contracts league table for November 2014 signing a total of £250m of new work during the month. more »

Aberdeen approves £20m student scheme

02/12/2014: Aberdeen City Council has approved plans to build a £20m student accommodation development in the city centre. more »

Vinci starts £50m cinema complex

02/12/2014: Vinci Construction has finally begun construction work on a £50m cinema and restaurant development that has long been planned in the centre of Bournemouth. more »

Hurlingham Club brings in ISG for new courts

02/12/2014: ISG has landed a multi-million pound contract to build a new Racquet Centre for The Hurlingham Club in London. more »

Foundry demolition clears the way for Bolton scheme

02/12/2014: Demolition contractor J Freeley has pulled down a former foundry in Bolton, paving the way for a £210m mixed-use scheme near the town centre. more »

£15bn earmarked for 84 road schemes

01/12/2014: A dual carriageway to Cornwall is the centrepiece of £15bn road improvement plans that have been published by government. more »

Amey wins Forth bridges maintenance

01/12/2014: Amey LG has been chosen to manage and maintain the old and new Forth road bridges. more »

Spray lining complete on Crossrail’s Whitechapel station

01/12/2014: The BBMV joint venture has reached a major milestone in the construction of the new Crossrail Whitechapel station. more »

Interserve in line for second Scottish waste incinerator

28/11/2014: Interserve is set to start construction of a £177m Viridor waste-to-energy incinerator in East Lothian. more »

Newnham progresses accommodation plans

27/11/2014: Cambridge University’s Newnham College intends to submit a planning application for a new student accommodation building next summer. more »

Finnegan revamps Halifax mills

27/11/2014: Sheffield based contractor and developer JF Finnegan has been appointed to convert two historic mill buildings in Halifax into 75,000 sq ft of new offices. more »

Plans submitted for £40m Birmingham Conservatoire

26/11/2014: Birmingham City University has submitted plans for its new £40m music school for local planning approval. more »

BAM returns to Sunderland for £29m campus development

26/11/2014: Sunderland College has retained the services of BAM Construction to build a new £29m campus in the city centre. more »

Contractors called for £80m John Moores development

25/11/2014: Liverpool John Moores University has begun the search for a contractor to build its £80m Copperas Hill development in the city centre. more »

Kier JV plans £150m Guildford station development

25/11/2014: Plans have been submitted for a £150m regeneration scheme based around improvements to Guildford railway station in Surrey. more »

School to be built on Sheffield stadium site

24/11/2014: BAM Construction is to build a £14m school on the site of the former Don Valley athletics stadium in Sheffield. more »

Subcontractors sought for £39m Kilmarnock college

24/11/2014: Main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey is scouting for subcontractors to support it on a £39m project for Ayrshire College. more »

BAM starts £21m Kirkcaldy high school

24/11/2014: BAM Construction has begun construction of the new Viewforth High School in Kirkcaldy. more »

SDC starts Flitwick leisure centre

24/11/2014: Bedford-based SDC Construction has begun work on a £13.4m contract to build a new leisure centre. more »

Wales tenders £40m safety upgrade for Brynglas tunnels

21/11/2014: The Welsh government is inviting bids for upgrades to the safety systems of the M4 Brynglas Tunnels. more »

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