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Willmott Dixon wins £27m Aberystwyth campus development

20 Jan 2017: Aberystwyth University has selected Willmott Dixon to build its £27m Innovation & Enterprise Campus development. more »

Contractor picked for Bridgend school assignment

19 Jan 2017: Port Talbot building firm Andrew Scott Ltd has won a £9.1m contract to build a new primary school for Bridgend County Borough Council. more »

Amey JV to run Manchester trams

19 Jan 2017: A Franco-Spanish joint venture has been handed responsibility for running Manchester’s Metrolink light rail network for the next 10 years. more »

Crosslane plans student tower for Coventry

19 Jan 2017: A planning application has been submitted for a 19-storey student accommodation tower in Coventry. more »

Dawnus wins Welsh wind farm groundworks

19 Jan 2017: Civil engineering contractors Dawnus has won what is being described as ‘a multi-million pound’ contract for the preparatory groundworks for Mynydd y Gwair onshore wind farm. more »

Morgan Sindall wins £47m Liverpool Knowledge Quarter work

18 Jan 2017: Liverpool City Council has selected Morgan Sindall to deliver two projects as part of its Paddington Village scheme – a planned £1bn extension to the city’s Knowledge Quarter. more »

Somerset renews Skanska highways deal

18 Jan 2017: Skanska has signed a new seven-year highways maintenance contract with Somerset County Council. more »

Ilford station rebuild approved

18 Jan 2017: Redbridge Council has approved plans for a major overhaul of Ilford station as part of the Crossrail programme. more »

MoJ extends Interserve’s FM contract

18 Jan 2017: Interserve has been awarded a one-year extension to its total facilities management services contract with the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) in a deal worth £16m. more »

Dyer & Butler mobilises on DLR station revamp

18 Jan 2017: Dyer & Butler starts site work next month on an £8.2m contract with the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) for the reconstruction of Custom House station in Canning Town, London. more »

National Grid’s £2.8bn tunnel plans make progress

17 Jan 2017: Plans for a £2.8bn cable tunnel under Morecambe Bay are nearly ready to go to the Planning Inspectorate following completion of public consultation. more »

Carillion breaks ground on £154m Manchester PRS tower

17 Jan 2017: Carillion has started construction work on-site for one of the UK’s largest private rented sector (PRS) projects. more »

Wates starts £53m Kilburn tower block

17 Jan 2017: Wates Residential has been chosen to build phase one of London Borough of Camden Council’s mixed-use Abbey Area Redevelopment. more »

Developer gets backing for £220m Eastbourne plan

16 Jan 2017: A £220m retail and leisure project in Eastbourne, being built by Kier, has secured additional financial backing form an undisclosed overseas investor. more »

Bids called for £19m school development

16 Jan 2017: The City of London Corporation is advertising a £19m contact opportunity for the construction of a primary school and social housing in Islington. more »

Manchester’s Factory clears planning

13 Jan 2017: Plans to build a £110m arts venue on the site of the old Granada Television studios have been formally approved by Manchester City Council. more »

Bouygues quits Bristol arena project

13 Jan 2017: Bouygues UK will not now be building the proposed £95m Bristol Arena after failing to agree a contract price with Bristol City Council. more »

Carillion wins £49m Shotts line electrification

13 Jan 2017: Network Rail has awarded Carillion Powerlines a £49m contract to electrify the Shotts line between Holytown Junction and Midcalder Junction in Scotland. more »

McLaughlin & Harvey hands Edinburgh M&E package to SES

12 Jan 2017: Wates subsidiary SES Engineering Services has won a £5m mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) contract on Edinburgh University’s £25m Data Technology Institute. more »

Reading University plans £50m life sciences building

11 Jan 2017: Plans have been published for a new £50m Health & Life Sciences Building at the University of Reading. more »

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