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BAM win £23m Liverpool Uni contract

31/10/2014: The University of Liverpool has selected BAM Construction to build its new Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) on campus. more »

Ealing regeneration moves to phase two

31/10/2014: Joint venture partners A2Dominion and Rydon have started work on the second phase of a £155m regeneration scheme in Ealing. more »

Bam/McCann wins £55m A26 upgrade

30/10/2014: A joint venture of BAM and McCann has been chosen to for the £55m A26 dualling project in Northern Ireland. more »

Osborne lands Mercers' Yard scheme

30/10/2014: Osborne has won a £19m buildings works contract in London’s Covent Garden. more »

Justice role for Turner & Townsend

30/10/2014: Turner & Townsend has been appointed by the Ministry of Justice as professional service provider for the design and project management of all property projects from £500,000 to £10m in the east of England and London. more »

Interserve moves into probation services

30/10/2014: Interserve is set to take over running probation and offender rehabilitation services across much of England. more »

Bids prepared for £40m sports complex

29/10/2014: The University of Nottingham has announced plans to build a £40m sports complex. more »

Council plans £23m redevelopment of Preston bus station

29/10/2014: Lancashire County Council is planning to spend £23m on redeveloping Preston’s Grade II listed bus station and creating a youth centre. more »

Halifax heritage task for Graham

29/10/2014: Calderdale Council has appointed Graham Construction to renovate Halifax’s historic Piece Hall, a Grade I listed 18th century building. more »

Speller Metcalfe to expand Stratford Hospital

28/10/2014: Malvern-based Speller Metcalfe has been confirmed as the main contractor for a £22m redevelopment package at Stratford Hospital following planning approval. more »

Suffolk assembles £500m framework

28/10/2014: Suffolk County Council is seeking up to 18 contractors to share in £500m of construction work over the next four years. more »

Hallburn Wind Farm clears planning

28/10/2014: Construction is set to start next year on the Hallburn Wind Farm in Cumbria after the developer’s planning approval was confirmed. more »

Bison lands flooring deal for Selly Oak school

27/10/2014: Bison Manufacturing has won a contract from Willmott Dixon to supply hollowcore flooring for the construction of the new University of Birmingham School. more »

Skanska wins £750m Battersea main works

27/10/2014: Swedish contractor Skanska has won the £750m main works contract for phase two of the redevelopment of London’s Battersea Power Station. more »

Education trio for ISG in Edinburgh

27/10/2014: ISG has picked up three education-related contracts in Edinburgh with a combined value of £11m. more »

Get ready for Nine Elms

27/10/2014: It’s one of the biggest regeneration schemes in Europe, eclipsing the London 2012 Olympics in scale and ambition. And the logistical headache for contractors is only just beginning. Emma Crates explores the challenges at Nine Elms more »

Taunton sports centre job for BAM

27/10/2014: BAM Construction has won a £5m contract to build a swimming pool and spa in Taunton, Somerset. more »

Coombs to start on Dreamland restoration

27/10/2014: Canterbury construction company Coombs begins work this week on the restoration of the Dreamland Heritage Amusement Park in Margate, Kent. more »

Subbies sought for Barr's Ashton Gate stadium rebuild

26/10/2014: Barr Construction is looking for West Country subcontractors to help it out on its £45m redevelopment of Bristol City’s Ashton Gate stadium. more »

Councils prepare £1bn construction framework

26/10/2014: LGSS, the shared services venture owned by Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire county councils, is advertising for contractors to join a construction framework expected to be worth between £500m and £1bn over a four-year term. more »

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