Morgan Sindall is set to start work imminently on the construction of a £107m tower block in east London.
John Sisk & Son chief executive Steve Bowcott is standing down at the end of the year, to be succeeded by current chief operating officer Paul Brown.
A team that includes Royal BAM Group has secured the European Commission’s first hyperloop investment package.
Chartered civil engineer Ron Fraser has been appointed as the new chair of the Construction Scotland Industry Leadership Group (CSILG), effective from 1st November.
The developers of a new retail park in Dunbar have now submitted detailed planning applications for stores following the submission of infrastructure plans last year.
A scaffolding company has been ordered to pay more than £200,000 after the electrocution of an employee.
Faced with criticism that its supply chain did not reflect its local population, the London Borough of Southwark has added more black, Asian and minority ethnic architects to its list of approved firms.
The British Standards Institution (BSI) has opened the public consultation process for PAS 8672 is now open.
Construction software developer Causeway Technologies has acquired SpecifiedBy, a building products information platform.
Dawsongroup Sweepers, a West Yorkshire supplier of municipal road sweepers and street cleaning machinery, is expanding into vacuum excavators.
Having struggled with the concept of full flexible working for its frontline workers, Amey is giving them instead one ‘personal day’ a year.
Multiplex has joined the ranks of major contractors adopting flexible working programmes.
A joint venture of Skanska and Traylor Bros has been chosen to carry out the replacement of the Portal North Bridge in New Jersey, USA.
The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) is getting ready to start field trials that will enable small to medium-sized businesses to put exoskeletons through their paces.
Gallagher Group has bought four ready-mix concrete plants in Kent from Cemex UK.
Employee-owned contractor Triton Construction just managed to stay in profit last year but is ready to rebound strongly, according to its founder.
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Henry Construction is set to start construction in December of a major build-to-rent development scheme in west London now that funding has been secured.
Manchester’s Mayfield regeneration scheme is using graphene-enhanced concrete for a mezzanine floor slab.
Breaches in dust control are the biggest health hazard on construction sites, according to latest statistics from the Building Safety Group (BSG).
Volvo Construction Equipment has produced what it says is the world’s first vehicle made of fossil-free steel.
Yorkshire construction company Harris CM has started a £5m design and build contract for a new hotel in Derbyshire.
The New Zealand government has picked a consortium of specialist firms to take forward plans for a pumped-storage hydro scheme in at Lake Onslow.
Six people laid off by the administrators of NMCN are seeking legal advice.
Galliford Try has won a £12.7m contract to build an office building for property firm CLS Holdings,