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NG Bailey wins Chatham Place role

08/07/2014: NG Bailey has won a £4.5m mechanical & electrical installation contract as part of a flagship £25m development in Reading more »

Go-ahead for Luton airport expansion

07/07/2014: Luton airport has begun procurement of contractors for a £100m programme of works to increase its capacity by 50%. more »

Further delays for Papworth Hospital

07/07/2014: Skanska will not start construction on the new Papworth Hospital until next year, it revealed today. more »

Mace to manage Old Admiralty Building refurbishment

07/07/2014: Mace has been appointed as project manager for the refurbishment of the Grade II listed Old Admiralty Building in London for the Department for Education (DfE). more »

Turner & Townsend to project manage Cambridge’s £200m Triangle

04/07/2014: Turner & Townsend has been appointed lead consultant on one a £200m development in Cambridge. more »

Lovell selected for £17m Edinburgh development

04/07/2014: Places for People has appointed Lovell to design and build a £16.7m development of 183 affordable homes in Edinburgh. more »

Huge timber frame takes shape in Leeds

04/07/2014: Construction of the country’s largest timber framed structure has begun in east Leeds. more »

Another Carlisle site for Eric Wright

03/07/2014: Cumbria County Council has awarded Eric Wright Construction a £10m contract to build its new council offices in Carlisle. more »

Stewart Milne Timber Systems wins Ayrshire hospital contract

03/07/2014: Balfour Beatty has contracted Stewart Milne Timber Systems to design and build its £47m NHS Ayrshire & Arran Acute Mental Health and Community Development project. more »

Balfour Beatty tops league table as contract totals reach new high

02/07/2014: The latest monthly figures from the Builders' Conference show a return to recovery following last month’s temporary blip. more »

Sellafield plans new £1.5bn framework for decommissioning specialists

02/07/2014: Sellafield Ltd is looking for specialist suppliers to help with nuclear decommissioning at its Cumbria site. The work will be for 10 years and will be valued at up to £1.5bn. more »

Carillion wins £75m Anfield expansion

02/07/2014: Carillion has been selected to expand Liverpool Football Club's main stand. more »

Interserve wins Grimsby baths

01/07/2014: Interserve Construction has won an £8.4m contract to build a new leisure centre in Grimsby more »

Launch day for Osborne's £236m Dacorum deal

01/07/2014: Osborne Property Services starts work today on its £236m housing maintenance contract for Dacorum Borough Council in Hertfordshire. more »

EM mobilises on £800m highways contract

01/07/2014: EM Highway Services (EM) has today mobilised the Highways Agency’s largest maintenance contract. more »

Skanska to build Bristol primary

01/07/2014: Bristol City Council has contracted Skanska to design and build a new £5.5m primary school. more »

Van Oord prepares for Exeter's £30m flood defence scheme

01/07/2014: Dutch contractor Team Van Oord will begin work next month on the first phase of Exeter’s £30m flood defence scheme with improvements to the main flood relief channel. more »

Thames Water launches AMP6 procurement

30/06/2014: Thames Water Utilities is expecting to place up to £900m of work with a handful of multi-disciplinary partners over the next 15 years. more »

Willmott Dixon lands £15m Oldham leisure centre

30/06/2014: Willmott Dixon is fast developing a reputation as the go-to construction company for municipal leisure centres. more »

Galliford Try wins Hull schools

30/06/2014: Galliford Try has been selected for the £35.7m Hull and East Riding first batch of schools under the priority schools building programme. more »

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