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Balfour Beatty JV secures 10 more years on A30/A35 contract

8 May 2015: A joint venture of Balfour Beatty and South West Highways has secured 10-year extension to its existing contract to maintain the 102km A30/A35 Exeter to Bere Regis trunk road. more »

Galliford Try wins schools contracts worth £55m

7 May 2015: Galliford Try has been appointed for two new schools contracts worth up to £55m. more »

Wates lands Greenwich Peninsula tower

6 May 2015: Knight Dragon has awarded Wates the contract for a £76m residential tower on the Greenwich Peninsula. more »

Crest Nicholson does deal to speed delivery of rented homes

5 May 2015: Crest Nicholson has signed an new type of agreement with an investor to speed the delivery of rental housing. more »

BAM and Nomenca win South East Water framework

5 May 2015: South East Water has awarded an AMP6 framework to a joint venture of BAM Nuttall and Nomenca. more »

Ogilvie to build Edinburgh student digs

5 May 2015: Ogilvie Construction is to deliver a £23m student accommodation and retail project in Edinburgh for developer S Harrison. more »

Laing O’Rourke and Murphy bring in Spanish partner for HS2 work

30 Apr 2015: Construction companies Laing O’Rourke, Murphy and FCC Construcción have formed a joint venture to bid for work on the HS2 high-speed rail scheme. more »

Liverpool Mutual keeps £200m maintenance deal in-house

29 Apr 2015: Liverpool Mutual Homes has awarded a £200m repair and maintenance contract to its subsidiary Housing Maintenance Solutions (HMS). more »

Willmott Dixon to build £26m hub at University of Kent

29 Apr 2015: Willmott Dixon has won a £26m contract to build an academic ‘hub’ building for the University of Kent in Canterbury. more »

Wates takes Old Marylebone Town Hall refurbishment

28 Apr 2015: Wates Construction has been selected to overhaul the Old Marylebone Town Hall for London Business School. more »

Contractors called for £50m UCL hospital scheme

27 Apr 2015: University College London Hospital is looking for a contractor to build its £50m Phase 5 project. more »

Mace to build Ronson's apartments

27 Apr 2015: Developer Ronson Capital Partners has appointed Mace as its principal contractor for a 15-storey building comprising 55 flats and a townhouse in London’s Marylebone district. more »

Portuguese to help build Belfast campus

27 Apr 2015: Lagan Construction has teamed up with a Portuguese contractor to win a £150m university contract in Belfast. more »

Muse submits plans for £135m Lambeth Town Hall scheme

24 Apr 2015: After 12 months of design work and consultation, Muse Developments has submitted planning applications for its £135m redevelopment in the centre of Brixton. more »

London councils’ framework: the full list

24 Apr 2015: Twenty-five contractors have been chosen for a £4bn framework for local authority building work in the capital. more »

Galliford Try JV secures £560m water deal

22 Apr 2015: Galliford Try’s joint venture with MWH Treatment and Black & Veatch has been named preferred bidder for Scottish Water’s non-infrastructure Quality and Standards IV framework. more »

Kier lands £170m Wandsworth brewery redevelopment

22 Apr 2015: Kier has been selected to build the £170m first phase of a project to turn an old Wandsworth brewery into housing. more »

VolkerStevin to prepare Portsmouth jetty for new aircraft carriers

21 Apr 2015: VolkerStevin has won a £34m defence contract to upgrade a jetty in Portsmouth to make the naval base ready for the next generation of super-sized aircraft carriers more »

C2V+ to build £43m Oswestry water works

21 Apr 2015: A joint venture of VolkerStevin and CH2M has been awarded a £43m design and build contract for a water treatment works scheme in Oswestry, Shropshire. more »

Summer start for uni faculty despite contractor set-back

20 Apr 2015: Planning permission has been granted for the University of Huddersfield's new law school but a contractor has yet to be named following the collapse of the GB Group. more »

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