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Spurs stadium helps Severfield outperform

21 Nov 2017: Structural steelwork contractor Severfield has reported a strong rise in interim profits and says its final year results will be ‘comfortably ahead of expectations’. more »

Restructuring impacts on Renew’s profits

21 Nov 2017: Engineering services group Renew Holdings has reported a rise in underlying profitability with an adjusted group margin of 4.6%. more »

Survey reveals extent of retentions blight

21 Nov 2017: A survey by a trio of trade associations has revealed that 56% of engineering services businesses has a substantial portion of their turnover being held by firms higher up the supply chain. more »

Four new directors for WSP

21 Nov 2017: Consultant WSP has recruited four new directors in the UK. more »

New premises for RG Carter

21 Nov 2017: RG Carter has opened a new engineering facility in Attleborough, Norfolk. more »

Lorry ban for scaffolder

21 Nov 2017: The owner of a Blaydon-on-Tyne scaffolding business has lost his transport licence and been disqualified from running vehicles for two years. more »

Union fears for Carillion jobs

20 Nov 2017: The Unite trade union is seeking reassurance from Carillion senior managers that the jobs of its thousand members at the company are safe. more »

Government plans boost for city transport connections

20 Nov 2017: The government has outlined plans to invest £1.7bn in improving transport links for commuters in English cities. more »

Lovell seeks East Anglian suppliers

20 Nov 2017: Lovell is inviting construction subcontractors in East Anglian to meet its buyers at a supply chain event in King’s Lynn next week. more »

Stonewater secures funding

20 Nov 2017: Social housing provider Stonewater has nailed down finance to help towards its target of building 2,765 new affordable homes over the next four years. more »

More bad news from Carillion

17 Nov 2017: Carillion has issued another profits warning and is set to breach its banking covenants. more »

Government scraps plans for £250m lorry park

17 Nov 2017: The government has scrapped plans to build a lorry park near the village of Stanford in Kent. more »

Housing supply hits 10-year high

17 Nov 2017: Latest government figures show that 183,570 new homes were built in England in the year to 31st March 2017. more »

All’s well with Kier

17 Nov 2017: Kier says that it is on course to deliver double-digit profit growth this year and hit its Vision 2020 target of more than £4.5bn revenue for 2017. more »

British Land seals deal for £200m office revamp

16 Nov 2017: Work is set to start in March 2018 on a £200m redevelopment of One Triton Square, an office building midway between Regent’s Park and Euston Station in central London. more »

Engineering professor called in to support Grenfell inquiry

16 Nov 2017: The chairman of the independent inquiry into June’s Grenfell Tower fire has brought in a professor of civil engineering to help with technical aspects of the inquiry. more »

McAvoy lifts school modules into place

16 Nov 2017: The McAvoy Group, a specialist in offsite construction, has craned into place the final modules for the new Concordia Academy in Romford, Essex. more »

CITB to quit training and leave Bircham Newton

16 Nov 2017: The Construction Industry Training Board is leaving its historic home in remote Bircham Newton, quitting training delivery and outsourcing back office functions. more »

Croydon clears new plans for £1.4bn mall

15 Nov 2017: Construction of a new £1.4bn Westfield shopping centre in Croydon is set to begin in 2019 after passing its final planning hurdle. more »

Builders confirm continued housing growth

15 Nov 2017: Barratt Developments, Britain’s biggest house-builder, reports strong trading conditions over the past four months and continued growth. more »

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