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BAM gets go-ahead for Dover leisure centre

13 Sep 2017: BAM starts work on site building a new £26m leisure centre in Dover. more »

Morrison Utility digs in for contract extension

13 Sep 2017: Morrison Utility Services has secured a two-year extension to its framework agreement with Western Power Distribution. more »

Wates to build Leeds tax HQ

12 Sep 2017: Wates Construction has been awarded the contract to build the next two buildings at MEPC’s Wellington Place development in Leeds. more »

Morrison breaks ground on its third Lanarkshire school

12 Sep 2017: Morrison Construction has started work on a £37m school building project in Cumbernauld. more »

Grimsby first to get off-the-shelf cop shop

11 Sep 2017: Humberside Police has become the first police force to commission the construction of Willmott Dixon’s standardised custody suite design. more »

South Devon College signs Midas to build new skills block

8 Sep 2017: Midas Group has won a £9m contract to build a Hi Tech & Digital Skills Centre at South Devon College. more »

BAM to build another Swindon school

8 Sep 2017: The Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has appointed BAM Construction to build The Deanery Church of England Academy, a new secondary school in Swindon which will join the Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust (DBAT). more »

Galliford Try picked for L&G’s Walthamstow flats

7 Sep 2017: Galliford Try Partnerships has been given a £120m contract for a Legal & General build-to-rent development in north London. more »

Graham chosen for Weavers Quay

7 Sep 2017: Graham Construction has been appointed as main contractor for a 10-storey build-to-rent tower block in Manchester. more »

Interserve mops up £90m transport office deal

6 Sep 2017: The Department for Transport has handed Interserve a facilities management contract worth £90m over the next five years. more »

HS2 sets contracts league on fire

5 Sep 2017: The BCLive contracts league table for August 2017 was totally dominated by the award of £6.6bn of civil engineering contracts for the HS2 rail project. more »

ISG wins £7.6m data centre scheme

5 Sep 2017: ISG has secured an £7.6m contract to build a data centre project for charitable foundation Wellcome Trust at its Genome Campus in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire. more »

Second Sheffield halls for NMC

5 Sep 2017: North Midland Construction is preparing to start work on a second student accommodation development in Sheffield. more »

Arcadis to manage £175m Belfast Hub project

4 Sep 2017: Arcadis has been awarded the delivery partner contract by Northern Ireland’s Translink for construction of a new integrated public transport hub in Belfast. more »

Export opportunities promoted at Birmingham trade fair

4 Sep 2017: Opportunities for UK firms to get involved in international construction and engineering projects are being promoted at a trade fair later this month. more »

Five share Salix Homes contracts

1 Sep 2017: Salix Homes, which owns more than 8,300 homes across Salford, has selected five contractors to deliver a £38m investment programme over the next three years. more »

£30m Maybole bypass up for grabs

1 Sep 2017: Transport Scotland is inviting contractors to apply to participate in the procurement to construct the £30m Maybole bypass in South Ayrshire. more »

McGee set to start Ludgate House demolition

1 Sep 2017: Specialist contractor McGee has been given the go-ahead by developer Native Land to carry out the structural demolition of Ludgate House, next to Blackfriars Bridge in London. more »

Sheet piling challenge for Aarsleff

1 Sep 2017: Main contractor J Murphy Group has awarded Aarsleff Ground Engineering a contract to install a temporary sheet piled cofferdam on the river Severn, as part of the Birmingham Resilience scheme. more »

Northeast framework opens up to local firms

31 Aug 2017: Local civil engineering contractors have welcomed the reform of construction procurement in the northeast of England, which they hope will give smaller firms a chance at last to compete with the majors. more »

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