Lendlease has claimed a contract to deliver the first of five office buildings on a £500m mixed-use development in Croydon, south London.
432 Park Avenue is New York City’s newest skyscraper – and the tallest residential building in the world. Watch a timelapse of its construction over two years.
Lend Lease has announced that it will now be known as Lendlease, with the firm having ditched its blue logo for green.
Lend Lease has reported a 25 per cent half-year profit rise on the back of a strong performance from its European business
Lend Lease has landed a contract with Legal & General Property to build a £75m mixed-use scheme in West London.
HS2 Ltd has appointed Lend Lease’s former procurement and supply chain chief Nigel McKay as its new head of construction procurement.
Five contractors have been appointed to design and build up to £250m worth of Ministry of Defence schemes in Scotland.
Southwark Council has awarded Lend Lease detailed planning permission for the second phase of its £1.5bn regeneration of Elephant and Castle.
Focus on Lend Lease
Balfour Beatty relinquished its place atop the annual table and Kier claimed the monthly summit as combined wins continued their fluctuating form in June.
Rennovating the famous theatre required working around a demanding and changing live schedule.
CN visits NYC’s latest skyscraper and discovers how Lendlease and WSP tackled pouring concrete 430 m above Manhattan.
The contractor is redeveloping the site of one of the world’s first ever psychiatric facilities above the tube and next to Crossrail.
A recent survey revealed UK firms lag way behind their US counterparts in using social media for corporate communications, but also placed three British construction companies among the 50 best in class. What makes them stand out and what can the industry learn?
Imtech’s Dion Odendaal looks at a new solution to an old problem.
Senior leaders from some of the UK’s biggest contractors sit on our judging panel - see our line-up and be sure to enter your projects and businesses for them to see.
Combined deals across the top 50 contractors rebounded strongly in August following a disappointing July, with Brookfield Multiplex taking top spot in the monthly table.
Although the industry has turned a corner since last year’s CN100, improvement for the biggest companies is slow. But with combined turnover, employment numbers and profit margins all rising, contractors have lots of reasons to be positive about the future.