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Behind the facade

11/11/2014: Complete Demolition is bringing down a five-storey hotel in Lancaster to pave the way for redevelopment. more »

Graham Lagan JV wins £100m infrastructure deal to prepare Hull dock

10/11/2014: Associated British Ports (ABP) has awarded a £100m contract to a joint venture of Graham and Lagan Construction Group to carry out construction at the Green Port Hull site on Alexandra Dock. more »

Willmott Dixon to build Cambridge primary

10/11/2014: The University of Cambridge has awarded Willmott Dixon an £11m contract to build a primary school. more »

Highways Agency names its £5 billion framework winners

07/11/2014: The Highways Agency has named its preferred contractors for a £5bn programme of road works. more »

Approval for South Quay Plaza

07/11/2014: Planning permission has been secured for the construction of the UK’s tallest block of flats at Canary Wharf. more »

HCA confirms £100m consultants panel

07/11/2014: The Homes & Communities Agency (HCA) has confirmed the 18 companies appointed to its new £100m multidisciplinary panel. more »

Barr seeks subbies for Kelvin Hall refurb

07/11/2014: Barr Construction has issued a call to the construction industry in Glasgow to come and help out on the renovation of the city’s Kelvin Hall. more »

Hewlett's £7m groundworks package starts Leeds logistics hub

06/11/2014: Hewlett Construction has begun work on the first phase of a £96m logistics park in Leeds. more »

£180m housing development planned for Stratford

06/11/2014: House-builder Telford Homes has formed a joint venture with Notting Hill Housing Group for a development of 400 homes in east London. more »

Costain and Morgan Sindall sign £250m rail deal

05/11/2014: Network Rail has signed alliancing contracts with Costain and Morgan Sindall to deliver the core physical works on the Edinburgh-Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP). more »

Three share £300m BAE submarine base programme

05/11/2014: Three contractors have secured places on a £300m framework to redevelop BAE Systems’ Barrow-in-Furness base, where submarines are built. more »

Barr makes progress at Ashton Gate

05/11/2014: Bristol City fans can now see steelwork coming out of the ground for their new South Stand. more »

Thumbs up for Lend Lease's super prison

05/11/2014: Lend Lease has been cleared to start construction work on a £212m super prison in North Wales after Wrexham Council gave its final approval to the project. more »

Interserve to build third Premier Inn

05/11/2014: Interserve has submitted a planning application to build an £11.4m hotel in the West End of Edinburgh. more »

NMC wins Blackburn road improvements

05/11/2014: North Midland Construction (NMC) has started work on a £4.8m road improvement scheme in Blackburn. more »

Graham comes to surface for Glasgow subway canopies

04/11/2014: Work starts today in Glasgow’s St Enoch Square on the £5.3m redevelopment of subway station entrances. more »

Morgan Sindall wins £150m cabling deal

04/11/2014: Morgan Sindall is set to generate £30m a year by laying power cables in the West Midlands. more »

Taywood wins £33m Bristol rail upgrade

03/11/2014: Network Rail Infrastructure has handed Taylor Woodrow a £33m contract to increase rail capacity in Bristol. more »

Residential breakthrough for NG Bailey

03/11/2014: Building services contractor NG Bailey, better known for its work in industrial and commercial property, has won a £13m project on an upmarket residential development in central London. more »

Boot starts Doncaster business park

03/11/2014: Contractor Henry Boot Construction has begun work on the new £10m Doncaster International Business Park project at Robin Hood Airport. more »

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