United Living Group has brought in a former Miller Group managing director to oversee the integration of Bullock Construction and United House as it seeks to boost revenue by around £200m in three years.
United House Developments will look to form relationships with up to four contractors to work with on future projects, its chairman has said.
High-end office space is a rare commodity in London’s St James’s but a new development promises to deliver just that while bringing an architectural gem back to life.
EU rule change set to alter the way in which public procurers treat abnormally low tenders.
Head of design and construction Keith Whitmore talks exclusively to Construction News about how Westfield is adapting to new technology by building bigger and better – and what contractors need to do to win its work.
A new Waitrose in Wiltshire demanded extensive consultation and unusual alterations to placate local protests to its picturesque location.
South London will soon be welcoming the construction of a new high-rise. Planning permission was granted last month for the 42-storey ‘Jenga Tower’, which will incorporate a mix of apartments, offices and leisure facilities.
The blaze that destroyed the university’s new laboratory offered a stark reminder of the risks construction can face. But what impact will this incident have on the future of timber-framed builds?
Crossrail’s contractors have boosted their chances of winning major infrastructure deals, according to its chief executive, as new figures showed improved performance among firms on the scheme.
Mace has been selected by developer Stanhope as preferred construction manager for the redevelopment of BBC Television Centre in west London.
Exclusive: New directors have been appointed to three of Galliford Try’s regional building businesses following its acquisition of Miller Group’s construction arm.
Greg Fitzgerald will stand down as Galliford Try chief executive by the end of 2015 after 33 years with the company.
A crane hire company has been charged with corporate manslaughter following the death of a crane driver in a crash.
United House is merging with Bullock Construction in preparation for a “major” expansion in its private residential business.
Housebuilder Crest Nicolson has reported a slight slowdown in sales but said they remain well above historic rates.
Insurance giant Aviva has warned that infrastructure funding could become more expensive in an independent Scotland.
Mechanical and electrical engineering firm Hurleypalmerflatt has bought consultancy Andrew Reid & Partners.
Lend Lease has named former development director of its £1.5bn Elephant & Castle regeneration, Rob Heasman, as its new project director.
The chief executive of Keepmoat has said there will be “no radical change” to the business after two private equity firms bought the housebuilder in a deal rumoured to be worth £400m.
Exclusive: The majority stakeholder of a major nuclear power project in the UK is forming a “contingency plan” should Scotland vote ‘yes’ to independence this week.