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TfL cuts out layers of subcontracting in £330m Tube revamp

09/04/2014: London Underground (LU) is engaging directly with SMEs to reduce the layers of subcontracting in its revamp of 70 stations. more »

Stepnell chosen for Stanbrook Abbey refurb

09/04/2014: Stepnell has won a contract to carry out the latest phase of redevelopment at the Stanbrook Abbey wedding and events venue at Callow End near Malvern in Worcestershire. more »

Mott MacDonald team picked for A160 upgrade

09/04/2014: A joint venture of Mott MacDonald and Grontmij (MMG JV) has been awarded the technical assurance role for Costain’s scheme to improve the A160/A180 at the Port of Immingham. more »

Designs revealed for Battersea Power Station’s third phase

08/04/2014: The developer of Battersea Power Station has unveiled the designs by Gehry Partners and Foster + Partners Plans for the third phase of the scheme. more »

Study looks into new links to Leeds Bradford airport

08/04/2014: A partnership of WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff has been appointed by the Department for Transport (DfT) to examine options for improving connectivity to Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBIA). more »

Plans submitted for Salford’s Exchange Quay

08/04/2014: A planning application has been submitted for a £10m scheme to modernise the Exchange Quay office complex in Salford Quays. more »

Willmott Dixon wins £91m in maintenance contracts

07/04/2014: Willmott Dixon’s housing repairs and maintenance business, Partnerships, has won two contracts in the Midlands worth £91m. more »

Aberdeen redevelopment plans unveiled

07/04/2014: Muse has revealed details of the proposed £107m Marischal Square development in Aberdeen city centre. more »

Contract let for Strabane bridge

04/04/2014: Fox Contracts has been appointed to build the £3.2m Strabane pedestrian and cycle bridge in Northern Ireland. more »

Wates wins batch of North West schools

03/04/2014: Wates has won a £37m contract to build a batch of six priority schools in the North West of England. more »

Bids invited for £60m scheme to remove Winfrith reactor core

02/04/2014: Research Sites Restoration is inviting tenders for a £40m-£60m contract for the removal of the reactor core from the Winfrith nuclear plant. more »

Mouchel takes over Norfolk’s roads

02/04/2014: Mouchel has begun its new seven-year contract for highways services with Norfolk County Council. more »

Jacobs wins trio of nuclear projects

02/04/2014: Jacobs has won a contract supporting development of the proposed new nuclear power stations at Hinkley Point in Somerset and a separate contract to provide technical support to the UK’s Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR). more »

Interserve picked for proton beam unit

01/04/2014: The Christie NHS Foundation Trust has awarded Interserve a contract to design, build and co-ordinate a high-energy proton beam therapy unit. more »

Man City picks Laing O'Rourke for stadium expansion

01/04/2014: Laing O’Rourke has been picked to expand Manchester City’s stadium, which was originally constructed for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. more »

Cavendish/Fluor team scoops £7bn Magnox deal

01/04/2014: The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has named a partnership of Fluor and Babcock-subsidiary Cavendish Nuclear as preferred bidder for decommissioning 12 nuclear sites. more »

Carillion wins £200m hospitals FM contract

31/03/2014: Carillion has been selected as preferred bidder for a £200m support services contract to be awarded by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. more »

Seven win places on £196m North Wales schools framework

31/03/2014: Four local building companies are among seven contractors that have won places on a new schools framework covering North Wales. more »

BAM bags £20m Teesside University deal

28/03/2014: BAM has been selected to build a new teaching block in the centre of Teesside University’s campus in Middlesbrough. more »

Race starts for £22m Royal Free lab

28/03/2014: London’s Royal Free Hospital is seeking expressions of interest from contractors able to design and build its planned Institute of Immunity & Transplantation. more »

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