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National Grid appointment affirms Mace's infrastructure credentials

30/07/2014: The expansion of Mace from big building projects like the Shard to civil engineering works has been validated by a place on National Grid’s new framework for project services. more »

Colas URS confirmed for £400m rail deal

30/07/2014: Network Rail has picked Colas Rail and URS to join it in an alliance to deliver switches and crossings (S&C) renewals across the south of England and Wales. more »

Skanska wins £89m fit-out deal for Battersea's Circus West

29/07/2014: Carillion has handed Skanska an £89m contract to fit out the first phase of the Battersea Power Station development in London. more »

Clugston to upgrade Sheffield College

29/07/2014: Sheffield College has handed Clugston a £12m deal to design and build a new performing arts centre and an engineering centre. more »

Costain wins £30m Dimlington upgrade

29/07/2014: Oil & gas company Perenco has handed Costain a £30m contract for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services at the Dimlington gas terminal on Humberside. more »

BAM to build £33m Witney care home

29/07/2014: BAM starts work this week on a £33m residential care facility in Oxfordshire. more »

Kier moves on Surrey sheds

29/07/2014: Kier Property has appointed Gallagher as main contractor on its £20m Trade City industrial park in Frimley, Surrey. more »

RG Carter breaks ground on wind farms

29/07/2014: Civil engineering contractor RG Carter has broken ground on its latest Cambridgeshire wind farm projects. more »

Bid contests start for Dover docks scheme

28/07/2014: The Port of Dover has begun procurement of contractors for a £130m redevelopment of its western docks. more »

Hercules' defence project starts offsite construction

28/07/2014: Construction of the new Defence College of Technical Training has begun in a factory in Nottinghamshire. more »

Three share £700m Welsh Water framework

28/07/2014: Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has selected three groups to share in a capital delivery framework worth up to £700m over the next six years. more »

Royal Albert Dock scheme gets go-ahead

25/07/2014: Newham Council has granted planning permission for Chinese developer ABP to carry out major redevelopment of land to the north of Royal Albert Dock. more »

WSP wins three windfarm contracts

25/07/2014: WSP has won three contracts to provide civil design support to Dong Energy for windfarm projects in England and Wales. more »

Carillion and Amey scoop £2.8bn of defence contracts

24/07/2014: A joint venture of Carillion and Amey has signed three further contracts with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) potentially worth up to £2.8bn. more »

Carillion team wins ‘floating village’ contract

24/07/2014: Carillion Igloo Genesis has won a competition to design and build Britain’s first ‘floating village’. more »

ISG wins One America Square refurb

24/07/2014: ISG has won a £5.4m refurbishment project at One America Square in the City of London. more »

Sisk wins £39m Port Salford package

23/07/2014: John Sisk & Sons has been awarded a £39m contract for infrastructure works at Peel’s Port Salford freight terminal. more »

£30m expansion for Aberdeen gallery

23/07/2014: Aberdeen City Council has begun procurement of contractors for a £30m redevelopment of the city’s Art Gallery. more »

Another smart motorway upgrade for Balfour Beatty

23/07/2014: Balfour Beatty has won a £129m contract to upgrade a 13 mile stretch of the M3 motorway in Hampshire and Surrey. more »

Consortium closes deal on Stoke's £100m extra care PFI

23/07/2014: Stoke-on-Trent’s Sapphire consortium has divided out the construction work among its member companies, with Eric Wright building two developments and Seddon building one. more »

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