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  • Betting Spy: Win double for West Ham and Spurs
    Football takes a bit of a back seat this weekend as Betting Spy is off to Twickenham to watch England take on the All Blacks. Our great mates at safety specialists JSP are hosts for what is always a great day out. But the trip back – and here’s the ... read more
    Source: Construct EnqPublished on 2018-11-08
  • Casey refurbishes second Salford tower block
    A 23-storey tower block in Salford that was previously earmarked for demolition is instead getting a makeover for housing association Salix Homes.A 23-storey tower block in Salford that was previously earmarked for demolition is instead getting a makeover for housing association Salix Homes.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-30
  • Tendering set to start for £10m Ayrshire housing framework
    Atrium Homes has published a notice inviting contractors to register their interest in a framework to refurbish about 780 propoerties in Ayrshire.Atrium Homes has published a notice inviting contractors to register their interest in a framework to refurbish about 780 propoerties in Ayrshire.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-29
  • Burridge broadens into social housing
    Newcastle builder Burridge Construction has diversified into social housing after 50 years of specialising in refurbishment and commercial house-building.Newcastle builder Burridge Construction has diversified into social housing after 50 years of specialising in refurbishment and commercial house-building.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-26
  • Engie in 50-year £195m student accommodation win
    Engie has won a £195m design, refurb and FM deal with Kingston University for its student accommodation. ... read more
    Source: Construction NewsPublished on 2018-10-19
  • Dam win for BAM in Belgium
    A 50:50 joint venture of BAM subsidiary Galère and Jan De Nul has been picked for the first phase of refurbishment of the Monsin Dam in Belgium.A 50:50 joint venture of BAM subsidiary Galère and Jan De Nul has been picked for the first phase of refurbishment of the Monsin ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-15
  • Builder fined after resident’s balcony fall
    A Cornish construction company and its director have been sentenced after a resident fell through the balcony at his home during refurbishment work.A Cornish construction company and its director have been sentenced after a resident fell through the balcony at his home during refurbishment work.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-12
  • Primark plans Belfast store restoration
    Retailer Primark says it plans to retain and refurbish the façade of its Belfast store that was gutted by fire a few weeks ago.Retailer Primark says it plans to retain and refurbish the façade of its Belfast store that was gutted by fire a few weeks ago.Read Full Article: The ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-09
  • Auldyn Construction wins promenade refurb
    Colas-subsidiary Auldyn Construction has been named preferred contractor for the £25m Douglas promenade refurbishment scheme on the Isle of Man.Colas-subsidiary Auldyn Construction has been named preferred contractor for the £25m Douglas promenade refurbishment scheme on the Isle of Man.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-05
  • New York awards Manhattan Bridge refurb to Skanska
    Skanska has signed a contract to carry out a series of upgrades to the Manhattan Bridge in New York City.Skanska has signed a contract to carry out a series of upgrades to the Manhattan Bridge in New York City.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2018-10-04
  • Pedestrian killed by falling window from 27th floor
    A passer-by was killed on Tuesday morning by a window which fell from the 27th floor of a luxury London residential tower. The frame and window pane fell from the penthouse apartment of the Corniche building in Vauxhall. Apartments cost up to £6.25m in the tower on the Albert Embankment ... read more
    Source: Construct EnqPublished on 2018-10-02
  • Farnham 252-room student scheme out to bid
    The University for the Creative Arts is preparing to invite bids in November for a major student accommodation complex at its Farnham campus in Surrey. Waverley Borough Council’s Joint Planning Committee has just resolved to grant planning permission for 252 new en-suite bedrooms across five purpose-built student accommodation buildings, subject to the ... read more
    Source: Construct EnqPublished on 2018-09-25
  • Taxpayers ‘face £65m Carillion redundancy bill’
    The government could pay out £65m in Carillion redundancy payments following the firm’s collapse, according to Unite. ... read more
    Source: Construction NewsPublished on 2018-09-25
  • WSP brings in transport directors to boost HS2 plans
    WSP has made a trio of appointments to its transport and infrastructure team. ... read more
    Source: Construction NewsPublished on 2018-09-25
  • Dawnus blames 2017 loss on insolvent client
    Dawnus has reported a pre-tax loss of £1.4m for 2017 after it was forced to absorb losses when a client went into insolvency. ... read more
    Source: Construction NewsPublished on 2018-09-25