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UEA plans £25m hall of residence

26/09/2014: The University of East Anglia (UEA) has put out the call for a contractor to build a new hall of residence for approximately 500 students. more »

MoD hands Turner a further £23m contract at Typhoon base

26/09/2014: Turner Estate Solutions has been awarded a £23m Ministry of Defence (MoD) contract to build new accommodation and support facilities at RAF Lossiemouth near Elgin in Scotland. more »

Worcestershire approves £33m Southern Link Road scheme

26/09/2014: Worcestershire County Council has agreed the construction of a £33m road improvement scheme. more »

BMM wins £23m movable weirs scheme

25/09/2014: BMM, a joint venture of BAM Nuttall and Mott Macdonald, has been awarded a £23m flood alleviation contract in Leeds to install the UK’s first movable weirs. more »

ISG’s Cannon Place work tops £20m

25/09/2014: Contractor ISG has been awarded more fit-out work on the Cannon Place office development in the City of London, taking its total on the project above £20m. more »

Parsons Brinckerhoff to design East West Rail's second phase

25/09/2014: Parsons Brinckerhoff has been awarded a design contract worth up to £8m for Network Rail’s East West Rail scheme. more »

Carillion to start at Anfield in January

24/09/2014: Carillion’s £75m project to expand Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield stadium is a step closer after winning approval from Liverpool City Council. more »

Lovell wins £50m Ponders End scheme

22/09/2014: Lovell has signed a £50m contract with the London Borough of Enfield for a mixed-use regeneration development. more »

Balfour lands £39m student digs project

19/09/2014: Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £39m project by specialist developer Unite Students to construct a new student accommodation development in central London. more »

Timelapse video shows New Street station roof take shape

18/09/2014: The final piece of Birmingham New Street station’s new atrium roof covering was put into place this week, paving the way for demolition to begin beneath. more »

Mace to manage Television Centre redevelopment

18/09/2014: Developer Stanhope has chosen Mace as construction manager for the £500m redevelopment of Television Centre at White City in West London. more »

Costain JV starts £63m sewage works

17/09/2014: A joint venture of Costain, MWH and Veolia Water is about to start construction of a £63.5m wastewater treatment works for Southern Water at Woolston in Southampton. more »

Interserve lands £43m deal to build high-tech factory

17/09/2014: Interserve Construction has been awarded a £43m contract to build the University of Sheffield’s Factory 2050 project. more »

Galliford Try on a roll with £360m Silvertown Way scheme

15/09/2014: Greater London Authority (GLA) has selected Galliford Try as preferred developer to construct the Silvertown Way development in Canning Town, East London. more »

Amazon deal gives green light to Principal Place construction

12/09/2014: Construction is set to start this month on the Principal Place development in London after online retailer Amazon agreed to move in on completion. more »

Go-ahead for Walsall highways scheme

12/09/2014: The Department for Transport has granted full approval to a £26m highways improvement scheme in Walsall. more »

Galliford Try and Costain win Southern Water roles

12/09/2014: Galliford Try and Costain have both landed places on Southern Water’s design and build framework for upcoming infrastructure work. more »

Crossrail’s Ellie starts her final drive

12/09/2014: One of Crossrail’s shortest but most complex tunnel drives began this week. more »

Costain starts £125m M1 upgrade work

11/09/2014: Costain has been selected by the Highways Agency to upgrade two neighbouring sections of the M1 to smart motorway. more »

Galliford Try racks up £100m of new building orders

11/09/2014: Galliford Try’s building division has picked up three new contracts worth more than £100m, the company revealed today. more »

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