A major Chinese contractor will build the first phase of one of London’s highest-profile mixed-use projects, Construction News can reveal.
Last-ditch attempts to save up to 2,200 jobs at Sahaviriya Steel Industries’ Redcar steel mill have failed, after the official receiver was unable to find a buyer for the plant.
Carillion has said it is on course to hit its 2015 targets after securing £1.7bn of contracts since the end of June.
Mace has had to build a new steel-framed structure around an old 1970s concrete core - after demolishing the original building that stood around it.
Liverpool FC’s redevelopment project has seen Carillion and Severfield undertake a challenging truss installation and take a major step in increasing capacity of its famous stadium.
Carefully engineered Y-shaped steel supports have helped Muse Developments regenerate a neglected and under-utilised area of Blackpool.
In an increasingly competitive industry, clients are looking for contractors that can offer the simplest but often most comprehensive solution to their problems – not an additional problem to manage.
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A Saint-Gobain project with Associated Architects and Speller Metcalfe will deliver a school with a different feel for its students.
The so-called ‘Silicon Roundabout’ on the City of London’s northern edge, just off Old Steet tube station, brands itself as the hip, happening hub of the UK’s tech start-up industry.
CITB has unveiled its new campaign to help recruit 220,000 new people into construction over the next five years.
Railway viaducts have been razed in preparation for the construction of a massive new junction on a site in south London.
Network Rail has thanked passengers for their patience following disruption to services in and around London Bridge during the August Bank Holiday.
Denise Pate discusses how the design of the CL2 building had to hold its own against some of the other buildings in the vicinity
The impressive work on the Almonte Viaduct shows off the sort of expertise companies will have to demonstrate if they are to win work on HS2.
Chinese developer Greenland Group has submitted plans for what would be the tallest residential building in Western Europe.
Network Rail has appointed Jo Kaye as its director of network and strategy planning.
Steel prices in the UK have fallen to their lowest rate for five years, according to statistics from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
The government’s proposed apprenticeship levy could run alongside the existing CITB system, according to contractor trade body Build UK.
The government has been urged to prevent the collapse of the solar industry after two firms went into administration within 24 hours of each other, putting almost 1,000 jobs at risk.
Galliford Try will lead the £150m redevelopment of Luton and Dunstable University Hospital after bagging the “preferred supply chain partner role”.
A senior High Speed 2 director has rejected claims that chancellor George Osborne moved the goalposts by apparently inviting Chinese bids for civils contracts, saying the company had been engaging with firms from China for the past 12 months.
Bouygues topped September’s contractor league table after being named preferred bidder on phase three of Battersea Power Station’s redevelopment.
The client behind an £8bn energy scheme has raised concerns over the possible “short-term impact” of the new National Infrastructure Commission on projects.
Eric Wright Construction has been appointed to a £70m mixed-use leisure and residential scheme in Altrincham.
Prime minister David Cameron has announced radical changes to the planning system today as part of a bid to boost homeownership.
Heathrow Airport Ltd has released images showing what its third runway could look like if the government gives it the go-ahead.