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Willmott Dixon picked to build Swansea computer labs

28 Jun 2016: Willmott Dixon has been selected by Swansea University to build its planned £31m computer science facility. more »

Herefordshire advertises £1bn contract

27 Jun 2016: Herefordshire Council is advertising for a development partner for major housing development plans. more »

Riverside commissions for Waterman

27 Jun 2016: Consulting engineer Waterman Group has been commissioned to provide technical advice on two Asian-owned riverside residential projects in West London. more »

BWSC starts £140m Kent biomass plant

24 Jun 2016: Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC) has begun construction on a new £140m biomass, renewable energy plant in Kent. more »

£20m Luton science block up for grabs

23 Jun 2016: The University of Bedfordshire is advertising a contractor to design and build a new science building on its Luton Campus. more »

Approval for £90m Congleton link road

23 Jun 2016: Cheshire East Council has given planning approval to its 5.7km Congleton link road project. more »

Woolwich estates flattened, now rebuild begins

23 Jun 2016: Lovell has broken ground on a £320m housing regeneration project in southeast London. more »

Opportunities open up on Wolverhampton brewery redevelopment

22 Jun 2016: Contractors interested in a slice of work in the redevelopment of the old Springfield Brewery in Wolverhampton are invited to a ‘market engagement event’ to find out more. more »

Morgan Sindall makes start on new Blackpool school

22 Jun 2016: Morgan Sindall has started work on a £13m rebuild of Blackpool’s South Shore Academy. more »

Sustainability commission for Atkins

21 Jun 2016: Consulting engineer WS Atkins has been brought in to advise on sustainability issues for the £26bn Old Oak Common redevelopment in London. more »

Highways England tenders £434m maintenance packages

21 Jun 2016: Highways England is advertising for contractors to help look after its northernmost motorways and trunk roads. more »

Mace gets its Botley development through

21 Jun 2016: Mace’s scaled-back plans for the redevelopment of the former West Way Shopping Centre in Botley, Oxford, have been approved by Vale of White Horse District Council. more »

Go-ahead for Ashford PRS scheme

20 Jun 2016: Developers Quinn Estates and U+I have together gained planning permission for the construction of 660 new homes in Ashford, Kent. more »

ISG to deliver Asda's BIM2 premier

17 Jun 2016: ISG has been contracted to build a new £10m Asda supermarket in Clacton-on-Sea using Level 2 Building Information Modelling (BIM). more »

Legal & General injects £65m into Newcastle regeneration

17 Jun 2016: Legal & General is teaming up with Newcastle City Council and Newcastle University for the £350m Newcastle Science Central development. more »

Progress for Chelmsford leisure centre redevelopment plan

16 Jun 2016: Chelmsford City Council is moving forward with a £25m investment in rebuilding the city's leisure centre. more »

Highways England completes East Midlands maintenance reorganisation

16 Jun 2016: The final two contracts have been awarded as part of Highways England’s new delivery arrangements in the East Midlands. more »

Principal contractor licence for UKDN

16 Jun 2016: Lanes Group subsidiary UKDN Waterflow has secured a principal contractor licence (PCL) from Network Rail. more »

Morgan Sindall handed civic office refurb

16 Jun 2016: Morgan Sindall has begun work on the refurbishment of Birmingham City Council’s former offices, Civic House in Erdington. more »

Mott Sweco JV wins £50m design contract

15 Jun 2016: Transport Scotland has appointed a joint venture of UK engineer Mott MacDonald and Swedish planning firm Sweco as consultant for dualling a 29-mile stretch of the A96. more »

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