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Tulloch to build Lerwick's new jetty

23/10/2014: Tulloch Developments has been appointed main contractor for a £16.5m expansion at the Shetland port of Lerwick. more »

High-tech truck tests trunk road surfaces

23/10/2014: Geotechnical specialist Fugro has been awarded a three-year contract by the Highways Agency to undertake traffic speed structural surveys (TRASS) of England’s strategic road network. more »

Jones Bros starts on £36m sea defence project

23/10/2014: Coast and marine infrastructure specialist Jones Bros has begun work as a subcontractor on a sea defence project designed to protect a leading resort. more »

Another UTC for BAM

21/10/2014: BAM Construction has secured an £8.6m contract to build the Burton & South Derbyshire University Technical College (BSD UTC) in the East Midlands. more »

ISG chosen for £7m Plymouth halls

21/10/2014: ISG has won a £7m contract to build student accommodation in Plymouth. more »

Sutton Coldfield retirement towers approved

21/10/2014: A multi-million pound development of five residential tower blocks has been given planning approval in Sutton Coldfield. more »

Gentoo wins £7m retirement scheme

20/10/2014: Gentoo Construction has won a £7m contract to build sheltered accommodation in Northumberland. more »

Morrison to build new Edinburgh home for British Geological Survey

16/10/2014: Morrison Construction has won a £12.4m contract to build a new marine research laboratory at Heriot-Watt University. more »

Wates wins Leeds primary school

16/10/2014: Wates Construction has been awarded a £6.1m contract by Leeds City Council to extend a primary school in Leeds. more »

London hotel to get £15m refurb

15/10/2014: The new owner of London’s Kingsway Hall Hotel, near Covent Garden, has committed £15m to refurbishing and extending it. more »

GB starts £10m Warrington school build

15/10/2014: GB Building Solutions has begun construction on a new £10m free school in Warrington. more »

Wates starts Nottingham market scheme

14/10/2014: Work on a long-planned project to redevelop Sneinton Market in Nottingham is finally starting. more »

Work for Shaylor’s London office

13/10/2014: Shaylor Group’s new London office, set up in 2012, is starting to make inroads in the housing and commercial sectors, picking up three new project totalling more than £11m. more »

Wilson James lands £10m UCL site logistics role

10/10/2014: University College London (UCL) has appointed Wilson James as its logistics partner for the Bloomsbury Transformation Programme in central London. more »

New pav for prep school

10/10/2014: Top prep school Summer Fields in Oxford is getting a new multi-use sports pavilion. more »

Meet Bouygues in Brighton

08/10/2014: Contractors based in southeast England are invited to a free event to find out about work opportunities in the Brighton area. more »

Wates wins Milton Keynes Museum extension

07/10/2014: Wates Construction has landed a £7.3m contract to build two new galleries for Milton Keynes Museum. more »

Lovell refurbishes Clydebank towers

07/10/2014: West Dunbartonshire Council has selected Lovell to carry out a £4.8m programme of external refurbishment work on three 15-storey blocks of flats in Clydebank, Glasgow. more »

IHP chosen for £17m Stockport hospital build

06/10/2014: Stockport NHS Foundation Trust has awarded Integrated Health Projects (IHP) a contract to design and build a three-storey multi-use healthcare block at Stepping Hill Hospital. more »

Deeley picked for Pershore's glass college

06/10/2014: Deeley Construction has won a £5.8m contract at Pershore horticulture college. more »

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