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VolkerFitzpatrick wins Felixstowe docks upgrade

22 Sep 2017: Hutchison Ports has appointed VolkerFitzpatrick as main contractor for the latest phase of expansion at the Port of Felixstowe. more »

McAvoy system to deliver Romford school

22 Sep 2017: The McAvoy Group has won an £8.2m contract for the design and offsite construction of a primary school for Concordia Academy in Romford. more »

Builder chosen for Blackpool hotel

21 Sep 2017: Kirkham-based Warden Construction has been selected to build a 96-bedroom hotel on Blackpool’s Promenade. more »

Work starts on Bracknell housing development

21 Sep 2017: Social housing provider Stonewater has started demolition work this week at a development close to Bracknell town centre. more »

Galliford Try returns for bank fit-out

20 Sep 2017: Galliford Try has won a multi-million pound contract to fit-out the new HSBC UK headquarters it built at Centenary Square in Birmingham. more »

Arcadis kicks on A66

20 Sep 2017: Arcadis has won a two-year contract with Highways England to develop proposals for the A66 Northern Trans-Pennine scheme. more »

Cambridge demolition job for Mick George

18 Sep 2017: Mick George has won the contract to bring down a north Cambridge office block to make way for a new student accommodation development. more »

McMullen Facades wins £18m Southbank Place contract

15 Sep 2017: Canary Wharf Contractors has handed McMullen Facades, part of the Lakesmere Group, the contract for a specialist glazed façade for a new 30-storey residential tower that forms part of London’s Southbank Place scheme. more »

Morgan Sindall lands £16.7m Cambridge school expansion

13 Sep 2017: Morgan Sindall has won a £16.7m contract to extend and overhaul Bottisham Village College in Cambridge. more »

Scape framework delivers £10m car park contract to Balfour Beatty

13 Sep 2017: Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £10m contract by Chiltern District Council to extend Amersham town centre’s multi-storey car park. more »

ISG takes schools tally to eight

13 Sep 2017: ISG has been awarded three more school building contracts together worth £12.8m through the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) framework. more »

BAM gets go-ahead for Dover leisure centre

13 Sep 2017: BAM starts work on site building a new £26m leisure centre in Dover. more »

Grimsby first to get off-the-shelf cop shop

11 Sep 2017: Humberside Police has become the first police force to commission the construction of Willmott Dixon’s standardised custody suite design. more »

South Devon College signs Midas to build new skills block

8 Sep 2017: Midas Group has won a £9m contract to build a Hi Tech & Digital Skills Centre at South Devon College. more »

ISG wins £7.6m data centre scheme

5 Sep 2017: ISG has secured an £7.6m contract to build a data centre project for charitable foundation Wellcome Trust at its Genome Campus in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire. more »

Second Sheffield halls for NMC

5 Sep 2017: North Midland Construction is preparing to start work on a second student accommodation development in Sheffield. more »

Five share Salix Homes contracts

1 Sep 2017: Salix Homes, which owns more than 8,300 homes across Salford, has selected five contractors to deliver a £38m investment programme over the next three years. more »

McGee set to start Ludgate House demolition

1 Sep 2017: Specialist contractor McGee has been given the go-ahead by developer Native Land to carry out the structural demolition of Ludgate House, next to Blackfriars Bridge in London. more »

Sheet piling challenge for Aarsleff

1 Sep 2017: Main contractor J Murphy Group has awarded Aarsleff Ground Engineering a contract to install a temporary sheet piled cofferdam on the river Severn, as part of the Birmingham Resilience scheme. more »

Northeast framework opens up to local firms

31 Aug 2017: Local civil engineering contractors have welcomed the reform of construction procurement in the northeast of England, which they hope will give smaller firms a chance at last to compete with the majors. more »

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