Latest UK construction news
The names of the nine sites shortlisted for funding announced in yesterday’s Autumn Statement have been revealed to Construction News.
Speedy Hire has appointed Deloitte to investigate a £5m hole in its accounts, the firm told the stock market today.
Two ex-directors of Wrekin Construction have been banned after using a ruby to inflate the troubled company’s accounts.
Morgan Sindall’s area director for London will leave the firm this month, Construction News has learned.
Three councils have granted planning permission for a major industrial scheme near Bolton.
Berkeley Homes said it is building more homes than just before the financial crisis in 2008.
ISG’s orders have risen by a fifth in the past 12 months, the firm has announced.
Leading industry figures react to the headline announcements made within chancellor George Osborne’s autumn statement
Keltbray has launched a remediation service expected to draw new clients and support its organic growth prospects.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced that fuel duty will continue to be frozen in 2014 and business rate rises capped in a boost to business.
The chancellor has announced a £1bn extension to a fund for unlocking stalled housing sites.
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London’s commercial recovery shifts the balance of power away from clients towards contractors; rail firms set for contracts boom as Network Rail targets faster procurement; and German hotel chain Motel One outlines its 1,400-room UK pipeline.
Qatar is embarking on a £60bn construction programme ahead of the 2022 World Cup. But what do UK contractors need to know when tendering for work in the next 12 months?
The chancellor George Osborne has announced the Treasury will fund a new £10.7m science and research facility named after professor Peter Higgs at the University of Edinburgh.
Bam Nuttall has been made preferred bidder on a contract worth up to £130m to refurbish two tunnels at Heathrow Airport.
A consortium of FCC Construction and Gilbert Ash has been appointed to build the delayed £157m Northern Ireland Community Safety College in County Tyrone.
Insurers have pledged £5bn annual investment in UK infrastructure from 2014 and highlighted the housing sector as an area for potential investment at the launch of the National Infrastructure Plan this morning.
Two construction workers have been killed following a crane collapse at the Corinthians Arena stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil.