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Mick George gets the nod to bring down Acton tower block

25 Apr 2018: The Acton Gardens development in West London is moving to the next stage with Mick George Demolition appointed to clear Charles Hocking House on behalf of Countryside Properties and L&Q. more »

Windows firm lands £10m supply deal

23 Apr 2018: A £10m supply contract for government offices in Glasgow has landed CMS Window Systems with its largest ever single piece of business. more »

Deeley starts Leamington housing scheme

23 Apr 2018: Deeley Construction has begun work on an affordable housing scheme in Leamington. more »

Work starts on veterans’ housing scheme

20 Apr 2018: Former service veterans are helping to build military charity Haig Housing’s biggest new build development in the UK since the 1950s. more »

Subbies invited to Suffolk meeting

19 Apr 2018: Some of Suffolk’s leading construction clients and tier one contractors will be looking for new subcontractors to sign up at a ‘meet the buyer’ event in Newmarket next week. more »

BAM bags East Renfrewshire primary school

18 Apr 2018: BAM Construction has won a £12.2m contract to build a new primary school in Newton Mearns for East Renfrewshire Council. more »

Nuttall wins £10m Highland rail works

18 Apr 2018: Network Rail has awarded BAM Nuttall a £10m contract for upgrade works on the Highland mainline. more »

Wates wins Derby school extension

16 Apr 2018: Derby City Council has contracted Wates Construction to build a £7.8m expansion of Murray Park Community School in Mickleover. more »

Kier wins £10m yoghurt factory extension

13 Apr 2018: Yoghurt producer Müller is planning to double the size of its Telford factory and Kier has been contracted to build the extension. 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Stepnell to extend Students' Union building

29 Mar 2018: Stepnell has been awarded a £13.1m contract by the University of Leicester to complete the modernisation of its Percy Gee Building. more »

SCS lands Downtown Manchester cladding package

28 Mar 2018: Main contractor McGoff Construction has handed Specialist Cladding Systems the façade package for its £75m Downtown Manchester residential development in Salford. more »

Green light for Birkenhead student block

26 Mar 2018: Liverpool’s YPG Developments has been given planning permission for a £12m student accommodation scheme. more »

Seddon wins fire station refurb deal

22 Mar 2018: Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service has contracted Bolton-based Seddon to refurbish eight fire stations. more »

February sees return of sanity over vanity

21 Mar 2018: As the nation shivers in the grip of Siberian blizzards, the UK construction industry has a warm glow about it thanks to another positive month of contract awards. Neil Edwards reports more »

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