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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 »

VBA wins £20m Fylde coast protection scheme

16 Nov 2017: The VBA joint venture of VolkerStevin, Boskalis Westminster and Atkins has won a two-year coast protection scheme contract in Lytham for Fylde Council. more »

Morrison Construction starts work on Highlands distillery

16 Nov 2017: Morrison Construction has started works on the Ardross Distillery development in the Averon Valley, 30 miles north of Inverness. 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 »

Berry squeezes in for South Ken piling job

16 Nov 2017: Berry Piling London has won the contract to install a secant wall at the Royal College of Music. more »

Morgan Sindall wins Sherborne art centre

16 Nov 2017: Morgan Sindall has started work on a £6m project to construct a new creative arts centre at Sherborne Girls School in Dorset. more »

Aecom reports record revenue

15 Nov 2017: Aecom's latest full-year results show a record revenue of US$18.2bn (£13.9bn), with growth accelerating in the second half of the year. more »

Terex signs US$250m Chinese deal

15 Nov 2017: Terex has struck a deal to supply US$250m-worth of equipment to improve safety on utility installation in China. more »

Liverpool seeks contractor for £50m cruise ship terminal

15 Nov 2017: Liverpool City Council is advertising a £50m construction contract to design and build a new terminal for cruise ships. 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 »

Designs unveiled for Oman Botanic Garden

15 Nov 2017: The design of one of the world’s largest botanic gardens has been revealed by Arup, Grimshaw and Haley Sharpe Design. more »

Mace wins £90m Harwell projects

15 Nov 2017: Mace has bagged £90m-worth of construction work at the Harwell Science Campus in Oxfordshire over the next three years. 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 »

Brexit customs chaos threatens building site logistics

15 Nov 2017: Builders’ merchants are warning that contractors could face materials shortages and delays after March 2019 when Britain leaves the European Union. more »

Nuvia gets Dragon decommissioning role

15 Nov 2017: Nuclear engineering contractor Nuvia has secured a multimillion pound contract from Magnox on the Dragon Reactor decommissioning project at Winfrith, Dorset. more »

Crosslane proposes 10-storey student block on Cardiff bowling green

15 Nov 2017: Crosslane Student Developments has submitted a planning application in Cardiff to build a 10-storey block to house 400 students. more »

Rugby School brings in Stepnell for new boarding house

15 Nov 2017: Contractor Stepnell, which has its national head office in Rugby, has been appointed by Rugby School for a £5.5m construction contract to build a new boarding house. more »

Sellafield chimney brought down by hand

15 Nov 2017: A 61-metre high concrete chimney at Sellafield is being dismantled by hand at a rate of one metre a week. more »

Kier lands £36m Regent Street development

14 Nov 2017: The Crown Estate has contracted Kier for the £36m redevelopment of Morley House on London’s Regent Street. more »

Growth in Irish construction slows

14 Nov 2017: Construction activity in Ireland continues to rise but the pace is the weakest in 31 months. more »

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