Exclusive: Interserve has had its contract on a £120m waste incinerator plant cancelled after the project’s main contractor said there had been “significant delays” to the civils work.
Problem Ministry of Defence contracts at the Faslane Naval Base in west Scotland have cost Morgan Sindall nearly £40m in 2015, up almost £5m on guidance it issued to the City in May.
Galliford Try has won a £66m contract to build HSBC’s new UK head office in Birmingham.
Innovative bridge design and construction methods are helping to unlock Yorkshire’s economy.
Robert Meakin explains the evolving funding structure that will deliver roads up to 2020 and beyond.
Roads continue to be the dominant form of transport infrastructure in the UK, and while some say that this is the new age of the railway, the same could be said for the road network.
Conwy Tunnel has received a number of innovative lighting solutions to improve efficiency and driver safety.
Britain is simply not building anywhere near enough homes to cope with demand.
Severfield’s CEO has had to deal with some prominent problems in his two years at the helm, but he insists the firm’s reputation remains intact and the once-struggling company’s turnaround is in full force.
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Contractor is taking Dunfermline’s 19th century Carnegie library and turning it into an institution fit for 2015.
Women in the engineering sector in the UK currently make up 8.7 per cent of the workforce, the worst in the European Union.
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.
The B1M releases the final episode of their four-part #SocialBIM series with social strategist Su Butcher.
After beginning in May 2012, tunnelling machine Victoria reached Farringdon on 4 June to complete its three-year marathon.
Lendlease project director John Chesters talks to Construction News about the decision to remove the top three storeys of a section of the facade rather than jack it up into position.
This Bank Holiday weekend saw the closure of a number of mainline London stations
Gallfiord Try project manager John McCabe talks to Construction News about the decision to choose steel trusses over a concrete option.
Four major developers have urged politicians to “get on with Crossrail 2” to aid development in the capital.
The UK’s biggest clients will present their pipelines and methods of collaboration, with 50 government, private sector and supply chain speakers already confirmed for the Construction News Summit 2015.
A new €8bn (£5.7bn) European Investment Bank fund could result in a major finance boost for UK construction SMEs.
A new 40-storey office in the City of London’s eastern cluster has been approved today.
Former Keller Group chief executive Justin Atkinson is joining Kier’s board as an independent non-executive director.
Exclusive: Severfield’s chief executive has warned the cost of replacing steel bolts on the Cheesegrater may rise above the £6m figure flagged with the City.
Balfour Beatty group chief executive Leo Quinn has joined the prime minister’s UKTI tour of South East Asia.
Three more housing zones have been revealed by the Greater London Authority, bringing the total number of homes to be delivered by the initiative to 50,965.
Chief executives from Carillion and Mace are among a group of business leaders that have urged the government to call an early parliamentary vote to expand Heathrow.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit observation tower at the former home of the 2012 Olympics will be converted into the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide.
Turner & Townsend is targeting a further five years of double-digit revenue growth as it converts to a partnership after posting strong financial results for 2014/15.
Quintain has announced agreement on the terms of a sale to Bidco, owned by Lone Star, in a move that will accelerate development of its multibillion-pound Wembley Park scheme.
Wates’ new North-east and Yorkshire director has been tasked with expanding the group’s reach in order to help it hit £2bn turnover.