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Work starts on Mersey Gateway trestle

19/08/2014: Lancashire piling contractor SPI Appleton has started work on a multi-million pound contract of advance work s for the £600m Mersey Gateway bridge. more »

Trees to fuel Speyside’s £74m CHP plant

19/08/2014: John Laing and the UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) are investing £74m in a new green energy facility in Speyside, Scotland developed by Estover Energy. more »

Wates seeks local suppliers for MoJ job

19/08/2014: Wates Construction is holding a ‘meet the buyer’ event to build up a supply chain for its £85m Ministry of Justice Secure College project in Leicester. more »

Contractor sought for £25m Nottingham Uni sports centre

19/08/2014: The University of Nottingham is advertising for a contractor to design and construct a new sports facility. more »

Birmingham’s £40m Conservatoire out to tender

18/08/2014: Birmingham City University is advertising for a main contractor for its new £40m Birmingham Conservatoire building in the city centre. more »

Carillion signs £90m tower blocks deal

18/08/2014: Carillion has signed a £90m contract to build a pair of high-rise apartment blocks in east London. more »

Barr starts £23.5m Kelvin Hall refurb

18/08/2014: With the Commonwealth Games now over, Barr starts work today on a £23.5m contract to refurbish Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall. more »

Costain Skanska completes penultimate power tunnel

15/08/2014: The Costain Skanska joint venture has completed another stage of National Grid's £14bn London Power Tunnels project. more »

Ealing Crossrail station plans approved

15/08/2014: A rebuilding of Ealing Broadway railway and tube station in west London has been approved by local council planners. more »

Port funding package for Scilly Isles

15/08/2014: A £12.8m programme of works starts in September to improve harbours links in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. more »

Jacobs takes second A9 design contract

14/08/2014: Transport Scotland has let the second of three large design contracts for the £3bn programme to make the A9 dual carriageway between Perth and Inverness. more »

Balfour Beatty finally signs £28m Porty High contract

14/08/2014: Balfour Beatty has started to mobilise on its £28m Portobello High School project in Edinburgh, three years after being selected. more »

Video shows Derby velodrome progress

13/08/2014: Derby City Council has released a time lapse video (below) showing progress on Bowmer & Kirkland’s £27.5m velodrome project. more »

Rural business park expansion for Seddon

13/08/2014: Seddon has been appointed to carry out a £2.6m expansion of a Cheshire business park. more »

Kier wins £18.5m Queensferry school rebuild

13/08/2014: Kier Construction has won an £18.5m school building contract in Flintshire. more »

Interserve lands £85m Merthyr Tydfil hospital refurbishment

12/08/2014: Interserve has won an £85m contract to upgrade and refurbish the Prince Charles District General Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil. more »

GB to build £36m retirement village

12/08/2014: GB Building Solutions has won a £36m contract to build a retirement village in Great Alne, near Stratford-Upon-Avon. more »

Contract opportunities at Medway Council

12/08/2014: Kent construction companies are being invited to meet decision-makers from Medway Council to find out about winning work on its upcoming renovation plans. more »

ISG refurbs Salford Quays offices

12/08/2014: Contractor ISG has begun work on the first phase of a £10m transformation of the Exchange Quay office complex in Salford Quays. more »

McLaren wins London duo worth £65m

11/08/2014: McLaren Construction has landed two major commercial projects in London worth a combined £65m. more »

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