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Main work set to start on Miller’s £31m Aberdeenshire school

06/06/2014: Miller Construction can now get building the £31.4m Alford Community Campus for Aberdeenshire Council after Hub North Scotland reached financial close on the project. more »

BAM bags York office development.

06/06/2014: Insurance company Hiscox has selected BAM Construction to build its new office building in York. more »

Go-ahead for £36m regeneration in North Wales

06/06/2014: The Welsh government has approved funding for four regeneration projects in North Wales, totalling £36m in value. more »

BAM to build £25m factory for Airedale

05/06/2014: BAM Construction is to build a £25m replacement facility for cooling specialist Airedale International whose factory in Rawdon, near Leeds, was partially destroyed by fire last year. more »

Galliford bumps BAM from £261m Midlands highways framework

05/06/2014: Five contracting groups have been selected for a £261m highway construction framework in the Midlands. more »

Amey and Bear win Scottish highway maintenance deals

05/06/2014: Amey and Bear Scotland have been selected by Transport Scotland for new fourth generation road maintenance contracts. more »

Vodafone calls on Mite with £250m FM deal

05/06/2014: Mitie has landed a £250m facilities management contract from phone company Vodafone. has handed more »

Contractor wanted for £25m Royal Holloway library

04/06/2014: Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, part of the University of London, is seeking a contractor to build a new £25m library on its campus, in Egham, Surrey. more »

Norfolk puts out £200m of building maintenance work

04/06/2014: Norfolk County Council has gone out to tender with a framework deal for minor building works that could be worth up to £200m over the four-year term. more »

May's new orders showed 42% fall

04/06/2014: New construction contracts logged by the Builders’ Conference took a dive in May, perhaps impacted by two bank holidays and the European and local elections. more »

GB goes for speed and safety on Birmingham aparthotel

04/06/2014: GB Building Solutions is building a £9.6m apartment hotel development on the banks of a Birmingham canal. more »

Aarsleff starts Beacon Barracks piling

04/06/2014: Foundation engineering contractor Aarsleff has begun driving precast concrete piles for the Ministry of Defence’s £100m Beacon Barracks redevelopment in Stafford. more »

Interserve signs £150m Southampton hospital development partnership

04/06/2014: University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) has signed up Interserve for a 25-year development deal. more »

Arup starts surveys for Manchester Uni's £200m campus scheme

04/06/2014: The University of Manchester has appointed consulting engineer Arup to work on its new Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD), the largest estates project ever undertaken by the University. more »

Balfour Beatty wins £44m Gateshead bypass upgrade

03/06/2014: Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £43.9m contract to upgrade the Gateshead bypass. more »

Hands up for Oldham theatre role

03/06/2014: A £25m redevelopment of Oldham’s cultural heart is on course to start in 2016 with a call for contractors being published today. more »

Southern councils open doors for £4bn framework

03/06/2014: A consortium of local authorities in the south of England is putting together a construction framework contract that it says could be worth up to £4 billion. more »

Demolition firms get ready for Reading civic centre

03/06/2014: The contract to pull down Reading’s old civic centre is up for grabs. more »

Amey holds on to £100m Severn Trent deal

03/06/2014: Severn Trent Water has retained Amey for metering services and handed it an extended developer services contract, in a combined deal worth £100m to the contractor. more »

Muse moves forward on £100m South Shields plans

02/06/2014: Morgan Sindall’s development arm Muse is holding public consultation events this week on its £100m plans for transforming South Shields. more »

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