Morgan Sindall has posted strong first-half financial results, with its cash balances boosted by the recent introduction of reverse charge VAT.
Construction companies working on public sector contracts in Northern Ireland are to get a degree of leeway from clients to help with spiralling cost inflation.
Skanska Costain Strabag Joint Venture (SCS JV) is to pioneer the use of graphene-reinforced 3D-printed concrete on its London tunnels work for HS2.
A collaborative venture from the Irish Republic is working on an offshore piling method that could allow much larger wind turbines to be installed in deep water. David Taylor reports
Mace has been appointed by Astrea Asset Management on a project to replace a 1950s office block in Mayfair with a new 11-storey building.
Hub South East Scotland has picked Balfour Beatty as its third Tier 1 construction contractor.
New York’s governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that planning is to resume for a US$3.9bn (£2.8bn) new terminal at John F Kennedy (JFK) International Airport after the pandemic had halted the project.
Aggregate supplier SandandStone has signed an agreement with that will see all its logistics and transport operations use biofuels.
Delayed 2020 completions and strong demand for new homes helped Taylor Wimpey achieve record financial results for the first half of 2021.
Lantra and NPORS are pleased to announce they are working on a new, robust, industry developed and approved qualification.
Production has begun at new modular housing factory in northeast England.
VolkerFitzpatrick has been awarded a £4.9m contract to upgrade BAE Systems’ Maritime Integration & Support Centre at Portsdown Technology Park in Portsmouth.
BAM Construct UK has appointed Danielle Aberg as head of social impact.
Private equity backed Construction Testing Solutions has acquired Silkstone Environmental.
Huws Gray Group has acquired Sandysike Builders Merchants, based in Longtown, Carlisle.
Willmott Dixon has won the first phase of Telford’s Station Quarter project and will now work with the council to take forward the plans.
Pressing ahead with an expansion of permitted development rights could cause a dramatic loss of services on high streets, two planning organisations have warned.
NMCN is now expecting to report losses of £43m for 2020 and is again delaying publication of the year’s results.
New planning requirements on fire safety for high-rise residential buildings have come into force this week.
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is seeking members to help in standards development and the promotion of safe practice.
Milbank Concrete Products is adopting vegetable oil as its engine fuel of choice and encouraging other precast manufacturers to consider making the switch too.
A Fluor joint venture has won the contract for the next phase of the Interstate 35E expansion in Dallas in the US state of Texas.
Bouygues UK has started work on the construction of 119 new homes for a redevelopment project in Camden.
Government funding has been secured for a project aimed at triggering a digital revolution in the steel reinforcing supply chain.
Wates Group is setting up a new team focused on expanding its construction work in the healthcare sector.