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Carillion team wins ‘floating village’ contract

24/07/2014: Carillion Igloo Genesis has won a competition to design and build Britain’s first ‘floating village’. more »

ISG wins One America Square refurb

24/07/2014: ISG has won a £5.4m refurbishment project at One America Square in the City of London. more »

Sisk wins £39m Port Salford package

23/07/2014: John Sisk & Sons has been awarded a £39m contract for infrastructure works at Peel’s Port Salford freight terminal. more »

£30m expansion for Aberdeen gallery

23/07/2014: Aberdeen City Council has begun procurement of contractors for a £30m redevelopment of the city’s Art Gallery. more »

Another smart motorway upgrade for Balfour Beatty

23/07/2014: Balfour Beatty has won a £129m contract to upgrade a 13 mile stretch of the M3 motorway in Hampshire and Surrey. more »

Consortium closes deal on Stoke's £100m extra care PFI

23/07/2014: Stoke-on-Trent’s Sapphire consortium has divided out the construction work among its member companies, with Eric Wright building two developments and Seddon building one. more »

ECI for £800m M4 Newport scheme

22/07/2014: The Welsh government has put the call out for a contractor to design and build a new 23km motorway near Newport. more »

Sellafield plans chimney deconstruction

22/07/2014: Vinci subsidiary Nuvia has been handed the tricky tasks of taking down the tallest chimney stack at the Sellafield nuclear plant. more »

Miller Construction closes £50m school building deals

22/07/2014: Miller Construction has reached financial close on a pair of Scottish school building projects together worth more than £50m. more »

United House starts second phase of Feltham estate renewal

22/07/2014: United House has started work on a £6.6m contract to build 46 mixed tenure homes in the London Borough of Hounslow. more »

City Road office refurb for Willmott Dixon

21/07/2014: Developer Helical Bar has selected Willmott Dixon for a £12m contract to refurbish a 1960s office block close to Old Street’s Silicon Roundabout in London. more »

Osborne wins £38m Roehampton project

21/07/2014: Osborne has won a £38m contract to build halls of residence and a library for the University of Roehampton in west London. more »

BAM mobilises on West Brom UTC

21/07/2014: BAM Construction starts work this week on a £10m contract to build a new university technical college (UTC) in West Bromwich. more »

Camden Council starts contest for £39m Abbey Road development

18/07/2014: The London Borough of Camden is advertising for a main contractor to design and build a £39m housing development. more »

Big plans for Cardiff station in the works

18/07/2014: Network Rail is planning the biggest transformation of Cardiff Central station since it was first built in the 1850s. more »

Wates breaks ground at Hammersmith

18/07/2014: Wates Construction has now officially begun work on a £41m office building contract in west London after the bosses conducted a formal ground-breaking ceremony. more »

ISG to build £6.7m Herts care home

18/07/2014: ISG has won a £6.7m contract to build a new 75-bed care home for Quantum Care in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. more »

GF Tomlinson gets NTU nod

17/07/2014: Derby-based GF Tomlinson has landed a £13m contract to build new facilities at Nottingham Trent University's Clifton campus. more »

Bedale bypass secures funding approval

17/07/2014: Construction of the A684 Bedale bypass in North Yorkshire has been cleared to start after central government agreed to stump up the bulk of the £34.2m cost. more »

CDM team picked for Wirral training centre

17/07/2014: Safety consultant Innov8 has been appointed to provide CDM services on the first element of the £4.5bn Wirral Waters regeneration scheme. more »

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