Balfour Beatty Living Places has been awarded a six-year extension to its highways maintenance contract with Lincolnshire County Council.
The government has just reduced the viability of using migrant labour to tackle domestic shortages by increasing starting salaries by 50%.
The Tate Liverpool art gallery has chosen Gilbert-Ash as main contractor for a ‘re-imagining’ of its spaces.
Barhale Construction Services (BCS) has ordered 10 new Hitachi tracked excavators as part of a programme of investment in plant and machinery.
A 3D printed concrete structure has been installed at Yorkshire Water’s Esholt sewage works near Bradford.
Scottish Water has broken ground on an innovative project in Midlothian to upgrade the waste water treatment system in the village of Edgehead.
Merseyside’s John Sutch Cranes has taken delivery of a new 450-tonne class mobile crane.
McLaren Living, the residential development arm of the McLaren Group, has acquired Watford police station and magistrates court.
Yorkshire contractor Caddick’s push into the Midlands has yielded its first fruit.
Canadian-owned consulting engineer WSP has appointed a new deputy chief executive for its UK operations.
Big shed specialist Glencar has started its first contract from commercial property developer Stoford.
National Timber Group has appointed former Donaldson Group boss Scott Cairns as its new chief executive.
The British Standards Institution has changed its specification for concrete to allow both ground limestone and ash or slag to added to cement at the same time.
London-based building company 8build has been appointed main contractor for a £20m commercial development in Cambridge.
Fines of £750,000 have now been handed down following a fatal fall from height on a Warrington building site nearly three years ago.
Planning approval for a housing development in County Durham paves the way for what is claimed to be the first building project to benefit from the nutrient neutrality credit system.
Scotland’s first ever crane operator apprenticeship starts on 8th January 2024.
New guidance from the Institution of Structural Engineers tells its members how to avoid barriers to inclusivity in the design of new buildings.
Construction consultant Ward Williams Associates has named James Beckly as senior partner, in succession to Andy Snapes.
Lifting specialist Forsyth of Denny has taken delivery of Scotland's first Liebherr LTM 1300-6.3 mobile crane.
Hyndburn Borough Council has appointed contractors to build and operate a new sports centre.
A month after announcing the deal, foundations specialist Van Elle has completed its £3.8m acquisition of Rock & Alluvium from Galliford Try.
Two major energy awards have taken Keltbray’s order book past the £1bn mark.
Building maintenance contractor Novus Property Solutions has named Lee Hartley assist new chief executive.
Ardmore has won a £50m contract to refit an office building on London’s Chancery Lane.