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Osborne lands Mercers' Yard scheme

30/10/2014: Osborne has won a £19m buildings works contract in London’s Covent Garden. more »

Justice role for Turner & Townsend

30/10/2014: Turner & Townsend has been appointed by the Ministry of Justice as professional service provider for the design and project management of all property projects from £500,000 to £10m in the east of England and London. more »

Halifax heritage task for Graham

29/10/2014: Calderdale Council has appointed Graham Construction to renovate Halifax’s historic Piece Hall, a Grade I listed 18th century building. more »

Hallburn Wind Farm clears planning

28/10/2014: Construction is set to start next year on the Hallburn Wind Farm in Cumbria after the developer’s planning approval was confirmed. more »

Bison lands flooring deal for Selly Oak school

27/10/2014: Bison Manufacturing has won a contract from Willmott Dixon to supply hollowcore flooring for the construction of the new University of Birmingham School. more »

Education trio for ISG in Edinburgh

27/10/2014: ISG has picked up three education-related contracts in Edinburgh with a combined value of £11m. more »

Taunton sports centre job for BAM

27/10/2014: BAM Construction has won a £5m contract to build a swimming pool and spa in Taunton, Somerset. more »

Coombs to start on Dreamland restoration

27/10/2014: Canterbury construction company Coombs begins work this week on the restoration of the Dreamland Heritage Amusement Park in Margate, Kent. more »

Subbies sought for Barr's Ashton Gate stadium rebuild

26/10/2014: Barr Construction is looking for West Country subcontractors to help it out on its £45m redevelopment of Bristol City’s Ashton Gate stadium. more »

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 »

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