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Eric Wright wins Blackburn sports centre

Eric Wright wins Blackburn sports centre

14/11/2013: Eric Wright Construction has won a £10m contract to build new sports facilities at Blackburn College. more »

Groundbreaking for new US embassy

Groundbreaking for new US embassy

14/11/2013: American contractor BL Harbert International of Birmingham, Alabama has officially broken ground on the new US embassy in London. more »

Redrow lands £55m Berewood second phase

Redrow lands £55m Berewood second phase

14/11/2013: Redrow Homes has won the tender to develop phase two of Grainger’s Berewood development in Hampshire. more »

EDF signs up Jacobs for nuke support

EDF signs up Jacobs for nuke support

13/11/2013: EDF Energy Nuclear Generation has awarded a technical consultancy agreement to Jacobs Engineering Group to support its UK power station projects. more »

Five picked for eastern MoD framework

Five picked for eastern MoD framework

13/11/2013: Five contractors have been selected by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) to design and build up to £250m of defence construction projects in the East Midlands and Eastern England region. more »

Approval for Tin Pan Alley revival scheme

Approval for Tin Pan Alley revival scheme

13/11/2013: Soho specialist Consolidated Developments has won planning permission to redevelop London’s St Giles Circus, alongside Crossrail’s planned Tottenham Court Road station. more »

IHP expands Manchester mental health facility

IHP expands Manchester mental health facility

13/11/2013: Construction has begun on a £5m project to develop Prestwich Hospital’s Medium Secure Unit. more »

Crossrail apartments approved

Crossrail apartments approved

13/11/2013: Plans for a residential development over the site of a Crossrail access and ventilation shaft in Holborn, London, have been approved by Camden Council. more »

Crossrail shortlists four for £75m Woolwich station fit out

Crossrail shortlists four for £75m Woolwich station fit out

12/11/2013: Crossrail has selected four contractors to bid for the contract for the fit-out of the new station at Woolwich. more »

Petros starts Canterbury student blocks

Petros starts Canterbury student blocks

12/11/2013: Developer Petros has begun construction of a 193-bed student accommodation building in Canterbury. more »

ISG wins Motherwell campus extension

ISG wins Motherwell campus extension

12/11/2013: New College Lanarkshire has awarded a £4.5m contract to ISG to extend facilities at its Motherwell Campus. more »

Vinci wins £12m Bristol pathology building

Vinci wins £12m Bristol pathology building

11/11/2013: North Bristol NHS Trust has selected Vinci Construction UK to design and construct a new pathology building at Southmead Hospital in Bristol. more »

Constructionline handles housing consortium's £120m framework

Constructionline handles housing consortium's £120m framework

11/11/2013: Constructionline has been appointed to handle the procurement of a £120m framework for housing association buying consortium Procurement For All. more »

West Midlands boost for Willmott Dixon

West Midlands boost for Willmott Dixon

08/11/2013: Willmott Dixon’s decision to target the housing sector in the Midlands has been rewarded by a slew of new orders. more »

Smart motorway conversion planned for Manchester

Smart motorway conversion planned for Manchester

08/11/2013: The Highways Agency is planning to start work next summer on the northwest’s first ‘smart’ motorway scheme. more »

Carillion seeks suppliers for Liverpool hospital build

Carillion seeks suppliers for Liverpool hospital build

08/11/2013: Carillion is keen to meet trade contractors and suppliers who can help out on its £335m contract to build the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital. more »

Somerset extends Skanska’s highways contract

Somerset extends Skanska’s highways contract

07/11/2013: Somerset County Council has extended its highways maintenance contract with Skanska for an additional year. more »

£120m PFI schools batch out to tender

£120m PFI schools batch out to tender

07/11/2013: The Education Funding Agency has gone out to tender for the construction of 12 schools in the northwest of England. more »

Terrace Hill eyes Stokesley development

Terrace Hill eyes Stokesley development

07/11/2013: Developer Terrace Hill is planning to build a supermarket on a 5.4 acre site that it has acquired in Stokesley, North Yorkshire. more »

JV starts work next week on Kettering bypass

JV starts work next week on Kettering bypass

07/11/2013: The BAM Nuttall and Morgan Sindall joint venture bmJV will start work next Monday, 11 November, to widen the A14 between junctions 7 and 9 at Kettering in Northamptonshire. more »

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