Top stories in the North West

Members of the project team toast their success

Carillion Construction wins UK’s ‘most considerate site’

A project team from Carillion Construction has won the Most Considerate Site award at this year’s Considerate Constructors Scheme’s National Site Awards.

Generic education classroom schools students pupils

Revealed: Contractors shortlisted for £5bn schools framework Video

Exclusive: The Education Funding Agency has shortlisted a total of 37 contractors for its £5bn Regional Framework for school building and refurbishment projects.

Mace JV wins £1bn Sellafield decommissioning contract

An Areva, Mace and Atkins joint venture has been chosen as preferred bidder for a new Sellafield nuclear decommissioning contract.

New charter for residents affected by HS2

New compensation proposals for residents affected by HS2

Property owners living close to High Speed 2’s phase one route could sell their homes to the government for 10 per cent more than market value, under newly proposed compensation packages.

Ring-fenced budget needed for HS2 environmental impact, MPs warn

Ringfenced budget needed for HS2 environmental impact, MPs warn

The environmental impact of High Speed 2 should be overseen by an independent body with a separate ringfenced budget, according to an influential committee of MPs.

Regional focus

More news

Mersey Gateway subbie deals to be awarded

Halton Borough Council and the Merseylink consortium have reached financial close on the construction of the £450m Mersey Gateway project and will now start to award enabling contracts worth £10m.

Esh Group acquisition of Border Construction to grow turnover

Durham-based contractor Esh Group has acquired Border Holdings and Border Construction to strengthen its business and quadruple turnover in Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.

Wates lands £37m North-west priority schools

The Education Funding Agency has appointed Wates Construction as preferred bidder for the £37m North West 4 batch of priority schools.

Winner revealed for £7bn nuclear decommissioning deal

A consortium of Cavendish Nuclear and Fluor Corporation has won a £7bn contract to run the Magnox and Research Sites Restoration Ltd nuclear decommissioning sites for the next 14 years.

Job of the week

Transport for London


Up to £57k including excellent benefits


Assistant Site Manager

£22000.00 - £28000.00 per annum + benefits, negotiable

Site Manager

£30000.00 - £45000.00 per annum

Capital Works Manager

£30.00 - £40.00 per hour

Head of Estates

£28.00 - £35.00 per annum