Update: Crossrail has confirmed the construction worker killed in its Fisher Street tunnel this morning was hit by a piece of falling concrete.
The Education Funding Agency has chosen an Interserve Kajima joint venture as selected bidder to deliver the Hertfordshire, Luton and Reading batch of priority schools, worth up to £150m.
Exclusive: Projects at early stages of development could add £60bn to the value of the government’s £119bn construction pipeline, according to research by data service Glenigan.
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.
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.
For some time industry commentators have forecasted an growing skills shortage within the UK construction industry due to an ageing workforce and the industry’s difficulty in attracting and retaining skilled workers.
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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.
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.
The government has announced 36 schemes have qualified for the second round of its Build to Rent fund, with developments in London, Manchester, Liverpool and Kirklees among those to benefit.
Kier will not chase large increases in its housebuilding volumes as outgoing chief executive Paul Sheffield doesn’t want the business “exposed to the next housing slump”.
The Mayor of London has announced a £4bn programme to improve selected London junctions and roads.
Carillion, Laing O’Rourke and the CITB will lead a review of construction apprenticeships as part of the government’s Trailblazer programme.
Galliford Try has won a £27m deal for a town centre development in Dorchester, Dorset.
The Construction Leadership Council has reached a “sticking point” on the payment terms in private sector contracts in its new supply chain charter, Construction News has been told.
Kier has won a £45m deal to build a new grandstand for Cheltenham Racecourse.
Carillion has reported a dip in turnover and profits in 2013 but expects its construction arm to return to growth this year.
National Grid has awarded a £250m framework for overhead lines to seven contractors.
The £250m acquisition of Rentokil’s Initial Facilities business will not mean a change in direction for Interserve, according to chief executive Adrian Ringrose.