A consortium of outsourcing company Capita, engineer URS and professional services firm PA Consulting has won a £400m contract to manage the Ministry of Defence’s property.
Argent aims to attract Chinese occupiers to the £800m Manchester Airport City development, its managing partner has told Construction News.
The recent parliamentary inquiry report into apprenticeships within the construction industry paints a bleak picture.
Housebuilders have revealed soaring profits and their highest shareholder returns for years.
The new Construction Act contains a default mechanism whereby a sum applied for would become irrevocably payable on an interim basis if no payment notice or pay less notice is served.
Flexibility, diversity and quality are the three crucial words when keeping ahead in today’s market.
How contractors approach delivery mechanisms will mean the difference between lucrative work and long-term complications.
In Wiltshire Vinci Construction is working just metres from one of the UK’s most iconic landmarks.
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A house is on the verge of collapse in Ripon, North Yorkshire, after a suspected sinkhole caused cracks in the ground on Monday.
London First has called for “clear action and political will” from central government and the Greater London Authority to solve the capital’s housing crisis.
A construction worker has been killed in Crossrail’s Fisher Street tunnel, near Holborn.
A Welsh contractor has gone into administration with the loss of 180 jobs.
The University of Cambridge has chosen Skanska as preferred contractor for the infrastructure work on the first phase of its £1bn North West Cambridge development.
Crossrail’s Apprentice of the Year Rudy Nieddu speaks to Construction News about his apprenticeship on the landmark project from the Whitechapel Crossrail site.
The Canadian High Commission has chosen Overbury as contractor for the £30m refurb of Canada House on Trafalgar Square.
Student accommodation developer Unite has announced plans to raise £100m through a share issue partly to fund new projects.
The government is considering changes to the “golden rule” of the Green Deal which states that the cost of energy saving measures must be covered by money saved on fuel bills.
Balfour Beatty took an extra £10m profit shortfall on top of the £50m warning it gave to the market in April 2013, it revealed today, due primarily to worsening conditions in M&E.
A Brookfield Multiplex-led consortium has been chosen as preferred bidder for the £165m Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
A joint venture between Interserve and property developer Kajima has bagged a contract to build a £33m blood transfusion centre in Scotland.
Horizon Nuclear Power has started ground investigation works on its Wylfa Newydd nuclear project in North Wales.