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Carillion wins £75m Anfield expansion

02/07/2014: Carillion has been selected to expand Liverpool Football Club's main stand. more »

Launch day for Osborne's £236m Dacorum deal

01/07/2014: Osborne Property Services starts work today on its £236m housing maintenance contract for Dacorum Borough Council in Hertfordshire. more »

EM mobilises on £800m highways contract

01/07/2014: EM Highway Services (EM) has today mobilised the Highways Agency’s largest maintenance contract. more »

Van Oord prepares for Exeter's £30m flood defence scheme

01/07/2014: Dutch contractor Team Van Oord will begin work next month on the first phase of Exeter’s £30m flood defence scheme with improvements to the main flood relief channel. more »

Thames Water launches AMP6 procurement

30/06/2014: Thames Water Utilities is expecting to place up to £900m of work with a handful of multi-disciplinary partners over the next 15 years. more »

Galliford Try wins Hull schools

30/06/2014: Galliford Try has been selected for the £35.7m Hull and East Riding first batch of schools under the priority schools building programme. more »

Longbridge next phase to start in autumn

27/06/2014: Construction is set to start in the autumn on the second phase of the retail development on the £1bn transformation of the old Longbridge car factory in Birmingham. more »

£220m construction boost for Scotland

27/06/2014: The Scottish government has set out plans for an additional £220m for building schools and hospitals. more »

St Modwen adds another £50m to Swansea Bay Campus

26/06/2014: Regeneration specialist St Modwen has signed a deal to build another £50m of student accommodation and facilities at its £450m Swansea University Bay Campus project. more »

Galliford Try lands £82m haul

26/06/2014: Four contract awards worth a total of £82m have been picked up by Galliford Try’s building business. more »

Tube puts Balfour Beatty on two power frameworks

26/06/2014: Balfour Beatty has been appointed to two new frameworks by London Underground that will deliver a £250m upgrade to the tube network’s power supply. more »

Barr bags Bristol City's stadium rebuild

26/06/2014: Barr Construction has been appointed main contractor for the £45m pound rebuild of Bristol City Football Club’s Ashton Gate stadium. more »

Balfour Babcock JV to kick on with Sellafield's £160m silo

25/06/2014: Balfour Beatty’s joint venture with Cavendish Nuclear has got the go-ahead to start the third phase of a contract to build a £160m silo maintenance facility for Sellafield Ltd. more »

Flintshire hands Miller £30m schools deal

25/06/2014: Miller Construction has won a £30m school-building contract in Holywell, North Wales. more »

BAM wins £21m Barnsley College scheme

25/06/2014: Barnsley College has awarded BAM Construction a £21m contract for two new buildings. more »

Mace joins OHG's £500m framework

25/06/2014: One Housing Group (OHG) has added Mace to its construction framework. more »

Galliford Try closes £100m Kent deal

24/06/2014: Galliford Try has reached financial close with Kent County Council on a £100m house-building contract. more »

Estuary selects Lovell for £22m maintenance service

24/06/2014: Estuary Housing Association has signed up Lovell to provide repairs to its housing stock. more »

Irvine hospital project cleared to start next month

24/06/2014: Balfour Beatty has reached financial close for its £46m NHS Ayrshire & Arran Acute Mental Health and Community Development project. more »

Site investigations pave way for £110m Preston Western Distributor scheme

23/06/2014: Lancashire County Council today begins ground investigation in preparation for the £110m Preston Western Distributor (PWD) road, along with the associated east-west link road and Cottam link road. more »

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