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Cut-price bid wins Welsh bypass for Balfour Beatty

23 Jan 2015: In the week that Balfour Beatty was criticised for getting its prices wrong, the company has been confirmed for a major road scheme with a bid 30% below the client’s estimate. more »

Carillion signs its £200m prison maintenance deal

23 Jan 2015: Carillion has signed a pair of contracts to provide facilities management services for public sector prisons. more »

Keepmoat wins Newcastle housing deals

23 Jan 2015: Housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat has won three contracts together worth £11m to build affordable homes for Your Homes Newcastle. more »

Seddon selected for Swadlincote

23 Jan 2015: Social landlord Trent & Dove Housing has handed Seddon Construction a £4.6m contract to build a housing development in Swadlincote, Derbyshire. more »

LHC steps up seminar programme

22 Jan 2015: Local authority procurement organisation LHC is holding pre-tender seminars for contractors interested in its new housing framework. more »

Second Motel One for Russells

21 Jan 2015: Russells Construction has secured a £17m contract to build a hotel in Manchester. more »

British Land submits Broadgate refurb plans

21 Jan 2015: Plans for a major refurbishment of a Broadgate office building in the City of London have been submitted by British Land. more »

Funding approved for second stage of Bristol Metrobus route

21 Jan 2015: The second section of Bristol’s segregated busway scheme has secured government funding. more »

ISG scores £41m York stadium scheme

21 Jan 2015: ISG is preparing to start construction in the summer of a new £41m stadium development in York. more »

Contractors break ground on Snetterton's straw-burning power plant

20 Jan 2015: Construction has officially begun on a £165m biomass power station near Thetford. more »

£300m regeneration deal for Poplar

19 Jan 2015: An east London market square is set to get a major makeover as part of a £300m housing development. more »

Balfour scoops Scape’s £1.5bn framework

19 Jan 2015: Balfour Beatty has been appointed as the sole contractor to a nationwide civil engineering and infrastructure framework for public works. more »

Costs spiral on Dundee V&A

19 Jan 2015: Total cost of the V&A Museum of Design Dundee project has spiralled from £45m to more than £80m before work has even started. more »

Main works set to start on £25m South Shields port expansion

18 Jan 2015: Southbay Civil Engineering starts work this month on an £18.6m contract at Tyneside docks. more »

Costain wins Newport M4 junction scheme

16 Jan 2015: The Welsh government has selected Costain for a £10.5m contract to design and construct improvements to the Newport junction of the M4 motorway. more »

Crossrail 2 appoints consulting engineers

16 Jan 2015: Consulting engineers have been commissioned to help develop plans for the London’s Crossrail 2 project. more »

US hotel group backs £400m Chesterfield holiday park plan

16 Jan 2015: Long-standing plans for construction of a £400m holiday park on the site of an old Derbyshire coal field have moved a step closer to reality with a new partnership deal. more »

LHC to hold framework seminars

16 Jan 2015: Local government procurement consortium LHC is holding a series of seminars for contractors interested in applying for its new frameworks. more »

Stewart Milne seeks subcontractors

15 Jan 2015: Stewart Milne Homes is looking for subcontractors and suppliers from around Scotland and Northern Ireland to support its upcoming construction projects. more »

Kitchen and bathroom installers wanted

14 Jan 2015: Local government procurement consortium LHC is putting together a framework for kitchen and bathroom installation work. more »

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