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Another tech sector win for Willmott Dixon

7 Sep 2015: Willmott Dixon has won the contract to build a home for part of the Meteorological Office’s new supercomputer more »

Costain Carillion hands Toppesfield £10m subcontract

7 Sep 2015: Asphalt contractor Toppesfield has landed a £10m subcontract on Costain Carillion JV’s Dunstable bypass project. more »

£30m deal is new record high for Nottingham builder

7 Sep 2015: Nottingham-based J Tomlinson has won its largest ever piece of business, a £30m housing repairs contract for Ashfield Homes more »

Bidders called for £750m of Gatwick work

7 Sep 2015: Gatwick Airport is looking for contractors to share up to £750m of construction and engineering work over the next five years. more »

Salford building boom set to continue

7 Sep 2015: Salford City Council has given its approval for the construction of another 2,000 new homes. more »

Go-ahead for Milton Keynes retail expansion

7 Sep 2015: Milton Keynes Council has approved plans for an expansion of the town’s shopping centre. more »

Saatchi fit-out uses chilled ceiling system

4 Sep 2015: A multi-million pound fit-out of the new London office Saatchi & Saatchi is incorporating the innovative Rehau CoolBoard chilled ceiling system. more »

'Sophisticated' developer sought for British Library extension

3 Sep 2015: The British Library is advertising for a developer for a 2.8 acre site adjoining its Grade I listed building at St Pancras in London. more »

Morgan Sindall to raise the roof on £30m Birmingham office job

3 Sep 2015: Morgan Sindall has won a £30m contract for a major refurbishment of a Birmingham office building. more »

ISG tops BCLive table for August

3 Sep 2015: ISG has topped the Builders’ Conference BCLive league table for August 2015, winning a haul of 15 contracts worth £150m in total. more »

Willmott Dixon gets £20m University of Warwick hub

3 Sep 2015: Willmott Dixon has landed a £20m contract for the construction of a central hub building at the University of Warwick. more »

Sisk Lagan JV wins £40m A19 job

2 Sep 2015: Highways England has handed a £40m contract to a joint venture of John Sisk & Son and Lagan Construction to improve the A19/A1058 Coast Road in North Tyneside. more »

First score for Wates' northeast push

2 Sep 2015: Wates Construction has won an £11m contract at the new Newcastle High School for Girls. more »

ISG picked for Warrington UTC

2 Sep 2015: ISG has bagged an £8.4m contract to build a new University Technical College (UTC) in Warrington for the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU). more »

Rydon wins £20m of housing refurb work

2 Sep 2015: Contractor Rydon has picked up £20m worth of new-build, refurbishment and redevelopment contracts with registered social housing providers in London and the southeast. more »

Willmott Dixon lands £12m Brighton scheme

2 Sep 2015: Brighton & Hove City Council has appointed Willmott Dixon to build 44 extra care apartments for people aged over 55. more »

Stepnell starts Cheltenham retail expansion

2 Sep 2015: Constractor Stepnell has begun work on a redevelopment at Cheltenham’s Regent Arcade shopping centre. more »

NHS Grampian lodges £150m Foresterhill plan

1 Sep 2015: NHS Grampian has revealed plans to invest more than £150m on construction of new facilities at its Foresterhill Campus in Aberdeen over the next five years. more »

Thomas Vale starts Wolverhampton brewery conversion

1 Sep 2015: Main contractor Thomas Vale starts work this week on the conversion of a derelict brewery site into a centre of excellence for construction education. more »

Scape extends Kier's minor works framework

28 Aug 2015: Local authority procurement organisation Scape has retained Kier as the sole contractor to deliver up to £1.5bn of construction and maintenance work over the next four years. more »

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