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Greenwich development sees cost hike

11/09/2014: Denne Construction has won a £20m contract from social housing landlord Family Mosaic to design and build a development in southeast London. more »

Costain starts £125m M1 upgrade work

11/09/2014: Costain has been selected by the Highways Agency to upgrade two neighbouring sections of the M1 to smart motorway. more »

Galliford Try racks up £100m of new building orders

11/09/2014: Galliford Try’s building division has picked up three new contracts worth more than £100m, the company revealed today. more »

Sainsbury’s trials BIM

11/09/2014: Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has started trialling building information modelling with contractor ISG. more »

£60m plan for second graphene centre

11/09/2014: The University of Manchester is to build a £60m Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre. more »

Middlesbrough approves new swing bridge

10/09/2014: Middlesbrough Council has approved plans for construction of a new £4.5m swing bridge across the River Tees. more »

Carillion to replace Solihull’s A45 bridge

10/09/2014: Solihull Council has selected Carillion Construction to build a new £12m road bridge. more »

ISG wins £11m college scheme

10/09/2014: ISG has won a £10.8m contract to build new facilities for Petroc College in Barnstaple. more »

NG Bailey gets Birmingham library role

10/09/2014: Main contractor Carillion has handed NG Bailey a £9.2m mechanical & electrical (M&E) contract as part of the £42m University of Birmingham New Library redevelopment. more »

Jacobs extends EDF nuclear terms

10/09/2014: EDF Energy has commissioned Jacobs Engineering Group to provide project services to its eight UK nuclear power station sites for a further 12 to 24 months. more »

Safety barrier delay holds up motorway upgrade

09/09/2014: Logistical shortcomings have been blamed for delays in starting work on improvements to the A1(M) in Cambridgeshire. more »

Energos lands £65m Derby waste deal

09/09/2014: Interserve has placed a £65m subcontract for gasification technology on a Derby waste plant with Energos. more »

Interserve to build ROH costume store

09/09/2014: The Royal Opera House has selected Interserve to build its new costume store in Purfleet, Essex. more »

BAM confirmed for Dundee V&A

09/09/2014: Dundee City Council has confirmed BAM as contractor for the £45m contract to build the V&A Museum of Design Dundee, despite opposition in some quarters because of BAM’s connection to the blacklisting scandal. more »

Balfour Beatty bags £70m Woolwich station fit-out

09/09/2014: Balfour Beatty has seen off competition from Laing O'Rourke, Morgan Sindall and Vinci to land a £70m contract to complete and fit-out the new Crossrail station at Woolwich. more »

Landmark starts first London site

09/09/2014: South coast property developer Landmark Estates has made its first move into the London housing market after acquiring a 0.3-acre site in Battersea, with a projected gross development value of more than £8 million. more »

De Montfort Uni turns to Balfour again

08/09/2014: Balfour Beatty has won a £42m contract to redevelop the Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities at De Montfort University in Leicester. more »

BAM's Dundee V&A deal under threat

08/09/2014: Dundee City Council is coming under pressure not to hand BAM the £45m contract to build the new V&A Museum of Design. more »

Portsmouth student halls approved

08/09/2014: Student housing specialist Unite Students has received resolution to grant planning approval for a £42m development in Portsmouth city centre. more »

London school role for B&K

08/09/2014: Bowmer & Kirkland has won a £7m contract to build new facilities for a west London school. more »

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