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DIO plans £35m upgrade at RAF Waddington

07/03/2014: The airport runway at RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire is set to get a £35.4m upgrade. more »

Severfield-Watson lands Bradford Broadway contract

07/03/2014: Severfield-Watson Structures, a subsidiary of Severfield-Rowen, has been hired as steelwork contractor for Westfield’s £260m Broadway shopping centre in Bradford. more »

Contractor sought for £33m faculty building

07/03/2014: Coventry University is looking for a contractor to build a £33m development to host its Faculty of Health & Life Sciences. more »

Brookfield Multiplex to build Edinburgh’s new £150m children’s hospital

07/03/2014: NHS Lothian has selected Brookfield Multiplex’s consortium to design, build and maintain the new £150m Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences in Edinburgh. more »

Overbury wins Canada House refurb

07/03/2014: The Canadian High Commission has selected named Overbury as construction contractor for a £30m overhaul of Canada House in London’s Trafalgar Square. more »

O'Hare & McGovern prepares to mobilise on Windsor Park stadium

07/03/2014: Contractor O'Hare & McGovern is set to start construction work next month on the redevelopment of Belfast’s Windsor Park football stadium. more »

Interserve Kajima wins £33m blood centre

06/03/2014: Interserve Kajima has won a £33m contract to build a new National Centre for the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS). more »

Skanska lands £50m Cambridge infrastructure deal

06/03/2014: The University of Cambridge has selected Skanska as contractor for the £50m infrastructure package for the North West Cambridge Development. more »

Custom House station takes shape as sections arrive on site

06/03/2014: One of the new stations on the £14.8n Crossrail project is being prefabricated in an East Midlands factory and transported to east London for assembly. more »

Mace pitches to build Milan marquee

06/03/2014: The contractor behind Britain’s tallest building is mixing it with the minnows in pursuit of a contract likely to be worth considerably less than £5m. more »

Kier to build Cheltenham’s new £45m grandstand

05/03/2014: The Jockey Club has selected Kier to build a new £45m grandstand development at Cheltenham Racecourse in time for the 2016 Festival. more »

Balfour Beatty tops February league but tender activity drops 34%

05/03/2014: Balfour Beatty has topped the Builders’ Conference contracts league for February 2014, racking up £168.3m of new work from 11 contract awards. more »

Wates to build new Highgate Junior School

05/03/2014: Wates Construction has been appointed as the main contractor for the construction of a new £13m junior school building for Highgate Junior School in North London. more »

Boskalis Westminster to start on Cowes breakwater in April

04/03/2014: Cowes Harbour Commission (CHC) has awarded Boskalis Westminster a £7m contract for the construction of a new detached breakwater. more »

Work starts on Preston asylum site

04/03/2014: Site preparation work has begun on the redevelopment of the former Whittingham hospital in northeast Preston. more »

ISG seeks Hartlepool skills

04/03/2014: Subcontractors and construction suppliers in the northeast are invited to a ‘supply chain open day’ with main contractor ISG on Thursday this week. more »

Dunne racks up £50m concrete orders

03/03/2014: Dunne Group has consolidated its position in the reinforced concrete sector by landing £50m of new work already this year on four prestige projects. more »

Interserve lands £8m lecture block overhaul deal

03/03/2014: Interserve has won an £8m design and build contract with the University of Birmingham to refurbishment a lecture block. more »

Morgan Sindall wins £450m Southampton waterfront scheme

03/03/2014: Southampton City Council has selected Morgan Sindall as its development partner for a £450m urban regeneration scheme. more »

Design team picked for £50m laboratory

03/03/2014: Newcastle University has appointed London-based architect Hawkins\Brown, in conjunction with BuroHappold and BD Landscapes, to design a £50m laboratory building on the city's Science Central development. more »

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