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BAM starts £36m Southampton Uni block

9 Apr 2018: BAM has started main construction work on a new Centre for Learning & Teaching at the University of Southampton. more »

GSK taps into SES' offsite skills

9 Apr 2018: SES Engineering Services (SES) has started on site on a £94m aseptic manufacturing facility in Barnard Castle, Durham, for pharmaceuticals giant GSK. more »

Amey starts £5.4m Birmingham cycle path

6 Apr 2018: Amey's highways team in Birmingham has begun work on a 4km fully segregated cycle route linking Selly Oak and the University of Birmingham with the city centre. more »

Wates wins £100m housing maintenance deal

6 Apr 2018: Midlands-based social housing provider Longhurst Group has handed Wates Living Space a housing maintenance contract worth close to £100m. more »

Keepmoat makes progress in Peterborough

6 Apr 2018: Keepmoat Homes has been given the go-ahead by Cross Keys Homes and Peterborough City Council to build 203 new homes on the former John Mansfield School site in Peterborough. more »

Tomlinson breaks ground on Nottingham campus

6 Apr 2018: Contractor GF Tomlinson has started construction of a £23m expansion of University of Nottingham’s Centre for Biomolecular Sciences. more »

Kier confirmed for £43m Durham council offices

5 Apr 2018: Durham County Council has signed a £43.3m contract with Kier Property Developments to build new council headquarters. more »

Costs escalate on Ely bypass

5 Apr 2018: The costs of VolkerFitzpatrick’s Ely bypass have spiralled from £36m to £49m, client Cambridgeshire County Council has revealed. more »

BAM secures £11.9m Whitby Hospital redevelopment

5 Apr 2018: BAM Construction has been appointed main contractor for an £11.9m redevelopment of Whitby Hospital for Hambleton, Richmond and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group. more »

Engie JV starts £43m Sheffield schemes

5 Apr 2018: The team behind an £800m investment programme planning to build new private rental homes across England by 2021 has broken ground on a batch of 333 new homes in Sheffield. more »

Field to resume stalled Hayes flats

4 Apr 2018: London building contractor C Field Construction has won a £17.7m contract from Paradigm Housing Group to complete a stalled residential development in Hayes. more »

Sirius project gives Strabag its second UK tunnel

4 Apr 2018: Austrian contractor Strabag has won its second tunnelling project in the UK. more »

Combined heat & power for St William scheme

4 Apr 2018: Vital Energi has been contracted to supply, install and commission an energy centre and primary distribution for a St William Homes development at Battersea. more »

Ogilvie starts eight-storey Edinburgh hotel

4 Apr 2018: Ogilvie Construction has broken ground on an £18m hotel project in Edinburgh. more »

Turner & Townsend books Highways England business

4 Apr 2018: Highways England has appointed Turner & Townsend to provide commercial services for two major programmes, including the A303 Stonehenge scheme. more »

Balfour Beatty wins £47m Scottish powerlines work

3 Apr 2018: Balfour Beatty has been awarded two contracts for the Fort Augustus to Fort William 132kV transmission reinforcement project. more »

Bidding begins for £270m Area 10 highways framework

3 Apr 2018: Highways England has published the contract notice for its Area 10 construction works framework. more »

Wills Bros team wins £220m road scheme

29 Mar 2018: An Iberian-Irish consortium has landed one of the year’s biggest UK road construction contracts. more »

Barts Square back on track after Carillion’s fall

29 Mar 2018: Developer Helical reports that its £170m Barts Square residential development in the City of London is now fully back on track, with replacement contractors fully operational. more »

Contractor picked for Cheltenham retirement complex

29 Mar 2018: Retirement living specialist Richmond Villages, part of BUPA, has chosen Stepnell to build its new £20m retirement village in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. more »

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