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Go-ahead given for A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade

12 May 2016: The go-ahead has been given for the £1.1bn-£1.6bn upgrade of the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon. more »

British Land unveils plan for £300m Meadowhall expansion

12 May 2016: British Land has unveiled details of a proposed £300m expansion of the Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield. more »

Bids invited for £500m London housing framework

12 May 2016: A2Dominion Housing Group has opened the tender process for a four-year framework contract. more »

ISG wins £20m of Edinburgh hotel contracts

12 May 2016: ISG has won contracts for two Edinburgh hotels with a combined value of £20m. more »

BAM picked for new hydrographic office

11 May 2016: The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has appointed BAM Construction as main contractor for its new building in Taunton. more »

Thomas Armstrong wins Tyneside heritage rail contract

11 May 2016: Thomas Armstrong (Construction) has won a contract at Alston Station as part of a multi-million-pound development being funded by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant. more »

Plans submitted for M&S food hall in Ashby-de-la-Zouch

11 May 2016: Conygar Investment Company has submitted a planning application for a Marks & Spencer Food Hall on its development site at Nottingham Road, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. more »

Interserve wins cleaning contract extension with train company

10 May 2016: East Midlands Trains (EMT), part of Stagecoach Group, has handed Interserve a two-year account extension to provide facilities services. more »

Amiri wins £19m food park scheme

9 May 2016: Kingsbridge Estates has appointed Amiri Construction to develop 11,000 square metres of manufacturing space at Chichester Food Park. more »

SMEs alerted to £100m Peterborough framework opportunity

9 May 2016: Peterborough City Council is putting together a four-year construction framework that it expects to be worth £100m over the term. more »

Interserve takes £70m hit on Glasgow waste contract

6 May 2016: Problems with the design, procurement and installation of the gasification plant at a Glasgow waste-to-energy plant have forced Interserve to make £70m of provisions on the contract. more »

Graham lands £14m Twickenham school job

6 May 2016: Graham Construction has secured a £14.4m contract to build new facilities for a Catholic school in west London. more »

Laing O’Rourke chosen for Imperial's £76m White City tower

5 May 2016: Laing O’Rourke has been awarded a £76m contract to build a 34-storey residential tower on Imperial College’s White City Campus. more »

Lovell starts £6m Moodiesburn development

5 May 2016: Social housing landlord Link Group has contracted Lovell to build a £6m development of 55 affordable and open market homes in Moodiesburn, North Lanarkshire. more »

Builders’ Conference warns of impending slowdown

4 May 2016: Having averaged £4bn a month for the first quarter of 2016, new construction contract awards dipped to £3.4bn in April. more »

Wates to build recycling centre

4 May 2016: Cheshire East Council has handed Wates Construction a contract to build a waste recycling centre in Middlewich. more »

Wembley office conversion scheme to start in autumn

4 May 2016: Construction of a £75m office to residential conversion in Wembley is on course to start in autumn 2016 after submission of plans to Brent Council. more »

Willmott Dixon lands £31m university building

4 May 2016: Willmott Dixon has won a £31m contract to build a new six-storey extension at Birmingham City University. more »

Camden sticks with Volker for public realm work

3 May 2016: The London Borough of Camden has awarded a £97.5m streetworks contract to VolkerHighways. more »

Laing O’Rourke closes on Yorkshire schools batch

3 May 2016: Laing O’Rourke has finally reached financial close on the Yorkshire batch of the government’s priority schools building programme (PSBP). more »

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