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Hill brings in JS Wright for Fish Island Village

18 Aug 2017: Building services contractor JS Wright has secured a £10.5m contract on the Fish Island Village regeneration scheme in east London. more »

Graham wins £19m highways package

18 Aug 2017: Contractor Graham has won a £19m contract of highway upgrade works in the east of England. more »

WSP on board for £41m Stockport bus station scheme

17 Aug 2017: Consulting engineer WSP has been appointed to take forward plans to redevelop Stockport bus station at Daw Bank into a £41m transport interchange. more »

Mick George helps JacksonHyder raise Fenland embankments

16 Aug 2017: Earthworks contractor Mick George has started work on raising the flood banks at the Ouse Washes reservoir, spanning Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. more »

Home town tasks for Britcon

15 Aug 2017: Building and civil engineering contractor Britcon has won contracts for two projects as a part of transformation plans in its home town of Scunthorpe. more »

Lovell pushes on with Sandwell's cladding

14 Aug 2017: Sandwell Council has appointed Lovell to carry out a £9.7m improvement programme for three blocks of flats at the Lion Farm Estate, Oldbury in the West Midlands. more »

Morgan Sindall starts junior school expansion

14 Aug 2017: Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure has broken ground at a £6.1m project to build a second site for Lower Wilbury Farm School in Bedfordshire. more »

Single materials supplier for £1.5bn A14 project

14 Aug 2017: Building products outlet Keyline has beaten off competition from merchanting rivals to secure a £15m contract to supply the Highways England’s A14 contractors. more »

Borras wins Hounslow school expansion

11 Aug 2017: Borras Construction has won a £9m contract to expand a school for the London Borough of Hounslow. more »

VBA secures £13m Scunthorpe flood defence scheme

11 Aug 2017: The VBA joint venture has won a £13m flood defence contract for North Lincolnshire Council more »

Speller Metcalfe wins £18m Warwick campus job

10 Aug 2017: Speller Metcalfe has won an £18.2m contract to build a new campus for Warwick Independent Schools Foundation. more »

Motts in for Sheffield Uni’s social sciences building

10 Aug 2017: Mott MacDonald has been brought on board to provide multidisciplinary engineering services for the new Faculty of Social Sciences facility at the University of Sheffield. more »

JV North targets shy bidders with small projects framework

9 Aug 2017: Smaller building firms are being offered the opportunity to win work in the second stage of a four-year social housing construction and refurbishment framework worth £180m. more »

DWP tenders Job Centre fit-out framework worth £375m

8 Aug 2017: The Department for Work & Pensions is tendering a £375m framework for fit-out and building works across UK job centres. more »

Wates bags LSE maintenance work

8 Aug 2017: Wates Smartspace has started a three-year facilities management contract to look after the estate of the London School of Economics. more »

Egham to get new £19m sports centre

4 Aug 2017: Runnymede Borough Council has given planning permission for the construction of a £19m leisure centre in Egham. more »

Swedish timber homes coming to Milton Keynes

4 Aug 2017: Places for People has partnered with Swedish house-builder Trivselhus for an £18m development of low-energy timber homes in Milton Keynes. more »

Willmott Dixon to build Rotherham college block

3 Aug 2017: Willmott Dixon has picked up a £7m contract for a new college building in Rotherham. more »

McGee wins LSE demolition contract

2 Aug 2017: The London School of Economics (LSE) has awarded specialist contractor McGee the demolition contract for 44 Lincoln’s Inn Fields. more »

Jacobs develops Varsity options

1 Aug 2017: Jacobs Engineering has been awarded a contract by Highways England to develop possible solutions for the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway project, focusing on development of the corridor between the M1 and M40 motorways. more »

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