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Major contractors must pal up for Manchester motorway upgrade

19/06/2014: Five leading contractors will be working together on a £184m Highways Agency contract to convert a 17 mile stretch of the Manchester Orbital route to a ‘smart’ motorway. more »

Telent lands £15m roadside tech maintenance deal

19/06/2014: The Highways Agency has handed Telent Technology Services a trio of contracts, together worth more than £15m to maintain roadside technology on the M25 and one motorways and trunk roads in the east region and the southeast more »

Wates starts on £100m Leeds scheme

18/06/2014: Wates Construction has started work on the £100m Central Square development in Leeds. more »

National Trust seeks builders

18/06/2014: The National Trust is holding a supplier engagement day on Thursday 3rd July for builders in the northwest region. more »

Balfour Beatty gets £16m Crossrail substation contract

18/06/2014: Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £16m contract by Network Rail Infrastructure to deliver a series of substations and associated civil works associated with the Crossrail project. more »

Mace takes stake in £100m regeneration scheme

17/06/2014: Mace has taken a 50% stake in Doric Properties to form a partnership for the regeneration of Botley district centre in Oxfordshire. more »

WSP joins Skanska on £50m Great Ormond Street Hospital project

17/06/2014: Skanska has appointed consulting engineer WSP to help out on its Premier Inn Clinical Building at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH). more »

ISG breaks ground on Dorset primary

17/06/2014: Dorset County Council has awarded ISG a £3.9m project to build a new primary school on the outskirts of the village of Pimperne, in the north of the county. more »

Trillium hands Cofely £300m FM deal

16/06/2014: Property management firm Telereal Trillium has handed GDF Suez subsidiary Cofely a £300m contract for facilities management services. more »

WYG renews MoD role

16/06/2014: Consulting engineer and project management firm WYG has renewed its place on a framework to provide technical advice to the Ministry of Defence. more »

Graham replaces Croydon bridge

16/06/2014: Graham Construction is about to start demolition of a 90-year-old road bridge over a railway line in Croydon. more »

O’Rourke relieves Kegworth pinchpoint

16/06/2014: Laing O’Rourke starts work today on a £6m contract to improve traffic flow at junction 24 of the M1 near Kegworth, Leicestershire more »

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 »

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