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Longcross starts £6m college scheme

Longcross starts £6m college scheme

24/10/2013: Longcross has begun work on a £5.8m contract to build a new engineering and construction centre for Carshalton College in Surrey. more »

Wates starts £35m Temple Quay development

Wates starts £35m Temple Quay development

24/10/2013: Wates Construction has begun work on a £35m speculative office development in Bristol. more »

Tricky piling work completes on Reading viaduct

Tricky piling work completes on Reading viaduct

24/10/2013: Piling work is reaching completion on the construction of a new £40m viaduct at Reading railway station. more »

Costain and Atkins team up for new Coventry bridge

Costain and Atkins team up for new Coventry bridge

23/10/2013: Contractor Costain and consulting engineer Atkins are teaming up to design and build a £12.7m bridge to kickstart Coventry city centre regeneration. more »

Masterton demolition paves way for Northampton regeneration

Masterton demolition paves way for Northampton regeneration

23/10/2013: Demolition specialist Masterton is working with West Northamptonshire Development Corporation (WNDC) to pave the way for a new 20,000m2 office development as part of a wider regeneration programme in Northampton. more »

Vattenfall thinks Welsh for wind work

Vattenfall thinks Welsh for wind work

22/10/2013: Swedish energy firm Vattenfall has awarded more than £100m-worth of contracts to Welsh companies for its wind farm projects. more »

Case made for £100m Harrogate line electrification

Case made for £100m Harrogate line electrification

22/10/2013: The business case for the £100m electrification of the Leeds-Harrogate-York rail line is being presented to government this week. more »

Clugston starts work on Leeds incinerator

Clugston starts work on Leeds incinerator

22/10/2013: Clugston Construction has started work on a new 11MW energy from waste plant in Leeds. more »

North West Cambridge commission for Stanton Williams

North West Cambridge commission for Stanton Williams

22/10/2013: Stanton Williams has been appointed by the University of Cambridge as one of the architects for the first phase of its North West Cambridge development. more »

Bouygues and Laing O’Rourke confirmed for £2bn Hinkley Point C construction

Bouygues and Laing O’Rourke confirmed for £2bn Hinkley Point C construction

21/10/2013: The joint venture of Bouygues Travaux Publics and Laing O’Rourke (BYLOR) has welcomed today’s announcement by EDF Group and the UK government on the £16bn Hinkley Point C nuclear power station project. more »

Hinkley Point C construction costs expected to be £14bn

Hinkley Point C construction costs expected to be £14bn

21/10/2013: Preliminary works for the construction of Hinkley Point C are already well advanced, with a design approved by UK regulators, a nuclear site licence in place and planning permission secured for construction. more »

Costain confirmed for Hinkley Point water cooling system

Costain confirmed for Hinkley Point water cooling system

21/10/2013: Costain has finalised a £200m contract with EDF to design and build the water cooling systems for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset. more »

Vinci and Balfour Beatty help Network Rail prepare for Crossrail

Vinci and Balfour Beatty help Network Rail prepare for Crossrail

21/10/2013: Network Rail has awarded contracts to Vinci Construction UK and Balfour Beatty to prepare infrastructure for running through trains on the Crossrail service more »

Developer picked for Birmingham New Street office refurb

Developer picked for Birmingham New Street office refurb

21/10/2013: Cannock Developments has been selected by Network Rail and Birmingham City Council to develop the 1960s office block above Birmingham New Street station. more »

Work starts on Nottingham's chemistry lab

Work starts on Nottingham's chemistry lab

21/10/2013: Morgan Sindall has cut turf on the new £20m GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory of Sustainable Chemistry at the University of Nottingham. more »

Sussex University tenders £150m campus scheme

Sussex University tenders £150m campus scheme

18/10/2013: Sussex University is inviting bids for a project worth between £120m and £150m. more »

Mouchel wins 7-year Norfolk highways deal

Mouchel wins 7-year Norfolk highways deal

18/10/2013: Mouchel has won a seven-year contract for highways-related services with Norfolk County Council. more »

Black & Veatch lands Scottish hydro role

Black & Veatch lands Scottish hydro role

18/10/2013: Black & Veatch has been engaged as design and build contractor for Scottish Water’s hydropower generation programme. more »

Go-ahead given for Clacton coastal defence scheme

Go-ahead given for Clacton coastal defence scheme

18/10/2013: The £36m Clacton and Holland-on-Sea coastal protection scheme has been given the go-ahead by the Environment Agency. more »

New Thames bridge gets green light

New Thames bridge gets green light

18/10/2013: Reading Borough Council has granted planning permission for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge designed by Design Engine and Peter Brett Associates. more »

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