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Shortlist revealed for next section of A9 dualling

24 Aug 2017: Four contractors are in the running for the £70m contract to upgrade the 9.5km stretch of the A9 between Luncarty and Pass of Birnam. more »

Hanson adds to Hinkley Point business

24 Aug 2017: Hanson UK has extended its involvement with EDF Energy’s Hinkley Point C project, with its contracting division securing a road construction contract for the Kier Bam Joint Venture. more »

BAM wins Jedburgh schools campus

24 Aug 2017: BAM Construction has been chosen as main contractor for a new school campus in Jedburgh. more »

Costain explains loss of Hinkley Point tunnelling contract

23 Aug 2017: When we reported earlier this week that Balfour Beatty had replaced Costain on a £200m tunnelling contract, Costain was unable to offer comment because of the impending release of its interim financial results. Now it can. more »

Watford housing framework worth £172m

23 Aug 2017: Watford Community Housing Trust is going out to tender for a series of frameworks for construction-related works that are collectively set to be worth £172m. more »

Mace back for Shard Quarter's third tower

23 Aug 2017: Mace has been appointed construction manager for Shard Place, a 26-storey residential development next to The Shard itself. more »

Balfour Beatty wins Bristol-Cardiff rail electrification

23 Aug 2017: Balfour Beatty has formalised a contract electrify 40 miles of the Great Western Mainline for Network Rail. more »

ISG adds Sports Direct to client list

23 Aug 2017: ISG has secured a £5m contract to convert a Glasgow retail shed into a Sports Direct store. more »

Arundel bypass options published

23 Aug 2017: Highways England has started public consultation on plans for an Arundel bypass. more »

Multiplex signs £240m Nine Elms deal

22 Aug 2017: Multiplex has signed a £240m contract with Nine Elms Property for the construction of its Aykon London One residential tower block in London. more »

Pochin’s breaks ground on City Gardens

22 Aug 2017: Pochin’s has started construction work on a third block of flats in Manchester’s Castlefield district. more »

Costain loses £200m Hinkley tunnelling package to Balfour Beatty

21 Aug 2017: EDF has dropped Costain from the £200m tunnelling and marine package at Hinkley Point C and brought in Balfour Beatty instead. more »

TBM starts Newark sewer journey

18 Aug 2017: A 160-tonne tunnel boring machine has started a 2.8km journey below the Nottinghamshire town of Newark as part of a £60m sewerage overhaul. more »

Hill brings in JS Wright for Fish Island Village

18 Aug 2017: Building services contractor JS Wright has secured a £10.5m contract on the Fish Island Village regeneration scheme in east London. more »

Graham wins £19m highways package

18 Aug 2017: Contractor Graham has won a £19m contract of highway upgrade works in the east of England. more »

WSP on board for £41m Stockport bus station scheme

17 Aug 2017: Consulting engineer WSP has been appointed to take forward plans to redevelop Stockport bus station at Daw Bank into a £41m transport interchange. more »

Amec Interserve JV lands £160m Sellafield framework

16 Aug 2017: OneAIM, a joint venture between Amec Foster Wheeler and Interserve, has won a framework contract to support reprocessing plants and facilities at the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria. more »

Sweco leads on new Tay bridge

16 Aug 2017: Sweco UK has been appointed by Perth & Kinross Council as lead consultant on the £113m Cross Tay Link Road project on the outskirts of Perth. more »

Morgan Sindall scoops uni's £28m sports centre

16 Aug 2017: Morgan Sindall has won a £28m design and build contract for a sports centre at Southampton Solent University. more »

Mick George helps JacksonHyder raise Fenland embankments

16 Aug 2017: Earthworks contractor Mick George has started work on raising the flood banks at the Ouse Washes reservoir, spanning Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. more »

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