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WRW to build Bath's Milner Centre

17 Oct 2016: Welsh contractor WRW Construction has won a £6.3m contract to build a new research centre for the University of Bath. more »

Carillion wins £96m Lincoln bypass

14 Oct 2016: Carillion Construction has been selected as preferred bidder for the £96m Lincoln eastern bypass. more »

Graham, Kier and Willmott Dixon join University of Manchester framework

14 Oct 2016: The University of Manchester has selected 17 more contractors as framework partners to undertake smaller contracts on its £1bn campus masterplan. more »

Murphy moves to next phase of Cramlington power plant project

14 Oct 2016: J Murphy & Sons has completed the first phase of work on the UK’s first reheat biomass combined heat and power plant. more »

Lovell chosen for £10m estate renewal

14 Oct 2016: Lovell has started work on a £10m regeneration programme at a Coventry estate, continuing the renewal of the Spirit Quarters area. more »

Nuttall JV gets £23m flood defence job

13 Oct 2016: A joint venture of BAM Nuttall and Mott MacDonald has won a £23m flood defence contract in Hull. more »

Coleman's Didcot contract terminated

13 Oct 2016: Energy firm RWE has terminated its contract with Coleman & Company for the demolition of Didcot A power station. more »

Morgan Sindall makes start on £17m council depot

12 Oct 2016: Morgan Sindall has won a £16.9m contract to build a highways and waste distribution depot for Central Bedfordshire Council. more »

House-builders keep Bateman busy

12 Oct 2016: East Anglian civils contractor Bateman Groundworks has won contracts worth £12.5m with major house-builders on three developments in Norfolk. more »

Bidding begins for £1bn Silvertown Tunnel

10 Oct 2016: Transport for London (TfL) has published a contract notice for the planned £1bn Silvertown Tunnel between Silvertown and the Greenwich Peninsula in east London. more »

FCC ready to start £142m Millerhill incinerator

7 Oct 2016: FCC has secured finance to start construction of a £142m energy-from-waste facility near Edinburgh. more »

Beard tasked with Brunel museum

7 Oct 2016: The SS Great Britain Trust has selected Beard to build the new national Brunel museum alongside Bristol’s Floating Harbour. more »

Lovell and Iceni in Cambridge estate rebuild

7 Oct 2016: Iceni Homes and housing developer Lovell start construction work this month on a £6.75m regeneration project for charitable housing association Hundred Houses Society in Cambridge. more »

Investors agree next steps for Leeds development

7 Oct 2016: There is set to be more development at Wellington Place in Leeds after a new deal was agreed between joint project investors Hermes Investment Management and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB). more »

Work starts on new Thomas Dudley HQ

7 Oct 2016: Speller Metcalfe has this week moved on site to build a new corporate head office for Black Country foundry Thomas Dudley Ltd more »

Manchester Uni re-tenders £245m halls renewal

6 Oct 2016: The University of Manchester is going out to tender for the first phase of a £245m campus accommodation development. more »

Willmott Dixon to build £17m Portsmouth hotel

6 Oct 2016: Willmott Dixon has been awarded contracts with new client Village Hotel Club to build a new hotel in Portsmouth and refurbish three others in Newcastle, Dudley and Liverpool. more »

Gatwick books Bechtel for second runway

5 Oct 2016: Should Gatwick Airport get approval to build a second runway, Bechtel will manage the construction and has undertaken to complete it by 2025. more »

£160m opportunity for Northampton contractor

5 Oct 2016: Northampton Partnership Homes (NPH) has begun a procurement competition to find a construction contractor to take on up to £160m of capital works over the next eight to 10 years. more »

London Mayor takes £1bn Silvertown Tunnel to next phase

5 Oct 2016: Plans for the £1bn Silvertown Tunnel under the River Thames have been approved by the mayor of London despite significant opposition from environmental campaigners and local residents concerned about traffic pollution. more »

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