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Interserve starts Newcastle department store redevelopment

16/06/2014: Interserve is now 11 weeks into construction work on the £17m redevelopment of the former Co-operative department store in Newcastle city centre. more »

Four contractors to share Scottish Water's £624m framework

16/06/2014: Scottish Water is seeking four contractors for a 12-year framework deal worth up to £624m. more »

McLaughlin & Harvey lands £65m hospital

13/06/2014: McLaughlin & Harvey has won a £65m contract to build a new hospital in Omagh. more »

Willmott Dixon to refurbish Warrington flats

13/06/2014: Willmott Dixon Energy Services starts work next week on a multi-million pound contract to refurbish five blocks of flats in Warrington more »

McLaren chosen to build Banbury's £80m retail park

13/06/2014: LXB Retail Properties has selected McLaren Construction as its main contractor for an £80m out-of-town retail park in Banbury. more »

Project managers picked for £35m Eastbourne scheme

13/06/2014: Faithful+Gould and Focus have been appointed project managers for the £35m Devonshire Park development in Eastbourne. more »

Carillion in Paradise on £450m Birmingham scheme

12/06/2014: Carillion has seen off competition from Kier and BAM to win the first stage of the £450m Paradise Circus regeneration project in Birmingham. more »

Huge foundations go in for nuclear research machinery

12/06/2014: More than 1,200 cubic metres of concrete and over 100 tonnes of steel reinforcement have been installed to support a new piece of machinery at a nuclear research centre. more »

Morgan Sindall on National Grid framework

12/06/2014: Morgan Sindall Professional Services (MSPS) has been appointed to National Grid’s FEED framework to support the improvement of electrical transmission systems across England and Wales. more »

Connect consortium named for £745m Aberdeen bypass

12/06/2014: The Connect Roads consortium of Balfour Beatty, Carillion and Galliford Try (Morrison Construction) has been selected to design, build finance and operate the £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie Tipperty project. more »

Wates makes a start on Paddington office redevelopment

11/06/2014: Wates Construction has moved onto site to start Land Securities’ 20 Eastbourne Terrace development alongside Paddington Station in London. more »

£4bn of MoD contracts held up by legal challenge

10/06/2014: More than £4bn-worth of Ministry of Defence facilities management work is being delayed by legal wrangling, Babcock has revealed as it announced its exit from the race. more »

Wates wins £85m young offenders' college

10/06/2014: The Ministry of Justice has selected Wates to design and build an £85m young offenders’ facility in Leicestershire. more »

Lovell wins £38m West Lothian house-building work

10/06/2014: West Lothian Council has handed Lovell for three housing contracts together worth more than £38m. more »

Skanska wins £250m defence college deal

09/06/2014: Skanska has signed a design and construction contract to build a new college for the Ministry of Defence at Worthy Down near Winchester in Hampshire. more »

Sheffield 'meet the buyer' opportunity

09/06/2014: Sheffield City Council is hosting a ‘meet the buyer’ event for local contractors on 25th June 2014. more »

Costain wins more Barrow terminals work

09/06/2014: Costain has won a contract for engineering procurement and construction (EPC) services on Centrica’s £84m Barrow gas terminals project. more »

Great Ormond Street Hospital seeks contractor for £45m research centre

09/06/2014: London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital is looking to start construction next year on a new Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children. more »

Redrow and Willmott Dixon join Liverpool's £200m housing partnership

06/06/2014: Liverpool City Council has signed a deal with a consortium of Redrow Homes, Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) and Willmott Dixon for a £200m investment in housing. more »

University projects boost Surgo

06/06/2014: Newcastle University has picked Surgo Construction to be principal contractor to build and refurbish its Catherine Cookson extension and social hub. more »

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