The first contracts for the restoration of the Palace of Westminster, a job that could cost up to £7bn, will be awarded next summer.
A UK-based private equity firm is in talks with Royal Imtech to acquire its Irish business and has expressed an interest in Imtech UK.
The steel workers’ union GMB has said there are “well-founded concerns over the future of the steel industry in the UK” after Tata Steel announced the mothballing of its Llanwern mills in Newport.
The Pirbright Institute’s latest building is seeing John Sisk complete a transformation from drab post-war development into modern scientific campus.
Contractor is taking on tricky heritage challenges to refurbish one of the original red-brick university’s red-brick buildings.
Impressive projects such as the Almonte Viaduct show off the sort of expertise contractors will have to demonstrate if they are to win work on HS2. With more overseas firms showing interest in bidding on UK rail projects, competition will become increasingly fierce.
After years of legal wrangling over a proposed new rugby and football stadium on the edge of Bristol’s green belt, owner Stephen Lansdown decided to redevelop the existing facility instead.
A new survey shows that less than half of all construction workers believe their colleagues would be comfortable working alongside openly gay peers, prompting calls for the industry to undergo a “cultural shift” in its attitude to LGB employees.
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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.
Highways England CEO Jim O’Sullivan talks to CN.
The remains of almost 30 Great Plague victims have been unearthed at a Crossrail site near Liverpool Street Station.
McLaughlin & Harvey operations manager Mike Henderson discusses the lifting of the Dolman roof truss into place at Ashton Gate.
Carillion has been selected as preferred bidder on one of the first hospital projects to be procured under the government’s PF2 project financing model.
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.
Sellafield set for more industrial action after workers from nine subcontractors announced four walkouts.
Three construction unions have accused contractors on an energy-from-waste plant in Teesside of using “exploitative” employment practices and undercutting wages.
Scape Group has been granted planning permission to build a new £23m leisure centre in Hampshire.
Bam Construction has won a contract to build a £22m leisure centre in West Scotland.
Housebuilders are showing rapid rates of growth but concerns have been raised about how much upside housebuilder shares have in them.
Three major contracts have been signed that pave the way for construction of £4.2bn super sewer
Lendlease’s construction business increased revenue to £667m in the year to 30 June 2015
Construction output is forecast to record growth of 4.9 per cent for 2015, with the boost to be driven by a 10 per cent rise in commercial construction.
The future of the CITB could be in doubt after the government unveiled plans for a new economy-wide apprenticeship levy.
Longcross Construction went into administration owing more than £30m to creditors, an administrators’ report has revealed.
Birmingham City Council has given the green light to a new mixed-use building set to become one of the city’s tallest towers.
The Government will create more than 30,000 apprenticeship places across road and rail industries by 2020, it has pledged.