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Bournemouth seeks designer for seafront landmark

1 Feb 2016: A competition has been launched to design a cultural-led mixed-use development overlooking Bournemouth’s seafront. more »

Wates chosen for Bournemouth school

29 Jan 2016: Wates Construction has won an £8m school-building contract on the south coast. more »

Lovell wins Islington estate refurb

29 Jan 2016: Islington Council has handed housing developer Lovell the task of overhauling part of the Dover Court estate in North London. more »

McLaughlin & Harvey lands Heathrow warehouse job

29 Jan 2016: Property developer Segro has appointed McLaughlin & Harvey to build two large distribution centres near Heathrow airport. more »

Sellafield names consortia for £500m decommissioning framework

29 Jan 2016: Four consortia have been named to share a £500m decommissioning framework at the Sellafield nuclear power station in Cumbria. more »

Robertson scores in Raeburn Place

28 Jan 2016: Robertson has been appointed to lead a £16m redevelopment of Raeburn Place, the Edinburgh sports ground that hosted the world’s first international rugby match. more »

Listening ability lands BAM another school

28 Jan 2016: BAM has credited its success in winning school building contracts to its ability to listen to its clients. more »

Kier on course with steady order book

28 Jan 2016: Kier reports a ‘robust’ performance from its construction division, bagging more than £350m of new business since mid-November 2015. more »

Graham starts £11m Royal Observatory innovation centre

28 Jan 2016: Graham Construction has begun construction of the Higgs Centre for Innovation, an £11m business centre at the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh. more »

Osborne breaks ground on £24m Roehampton library

28 Jan 2016: Contractor Osborne has started work on the construction of a new £24m library at the University of Roehampton in southwest London. more »

Hull council homes deal worth £35m to Willmott Dixon

27 Jan 2016: Willmott Dixon has won a £35m contract to refurbish more than 2,000 Hull council homes. more »

Renew boosted by framework appointments

27 Jan 2016: Long-term contracts from the nuclear and water industries have boosted the order book of the engineering services group Renew. more »

Balfour Beatty earns extension on West Sussex highways

27 Jan 2016: Balfour Beatty Living Places has been awarded a two-year extension by West Sussex County Council to continue its highways contract. more »

Keepmoat starts £22m Luton estate overhaul

27 Jan 2016: Keepmoat has begun work this week on a £22m contract for Luton Borough Council to regenerate the Marsh Farm estate. more »

ISG takes £11m Aviva Pinnacle

27 Jan 2016: ISG has won an £11m contract to refurbish a Wimbledon office block for Aviva Investors. more »

Forrest stays on for Eastbank second phase

26 Jan 2016: Contractor Forrest has been appointed to build the second phase of the £24.4m X1 Eastbank development in Manchester city centre. more »

Unite plans third Coventry hall

26 Jan 2016: Student landlord Unite Students is planning a £24m development in the centre of Coventry. more »

Bournemouth Uni sets out £100m plans

26 Jan 2016: Bournemouth University has published plans for £100m worth of construction work to develop new facilities. more »

Morgan Sindall starts £7m Birmingham school

26 Jan 2016: Morgan Sindall has started work on a new special education needs school in Marsh Hill, Birmingham. more »

Contractor sought for Ely bypass

25 Jan 2016: Cambridgeshire County Council is advertising for a contractor to design and build a southern bypass for the city of Ely. more »

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