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  • Funding secured for historic bridge refurbishment
    Northumberland County Council is advertising for a main contractor to refurbish the oldest operational suspension bridge in the world.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-09-24
  • Caddick replaces Styles & Wood on Liverpool HMRC building
    Caddick Construction has been handed an £11m contract to complete the refurbishment and fit-out of the India Buildings on Water Street, Liverpool.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-09-23
  • Logistical challenges for uni refurb contractors
    Main contractor Styles & Woods has brought in SES Engineering Services to provide mechanical & electrical services on a £31m refurbishment project at the University of LeedsRead Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-09-18
  • Deanestor completes latest hospital contract for Skanska
    Contract furniture specialist Deanestor has completed a £1.1m contract for the supply and installation of furniture and fittings for over 1,600 rooms for the new Royal Papworth Hospital. The contract is Deanestor’s 15th healthcare project for Skanska. This latest scheme involved the manufacture of nearly 2,000 base and wall cabinets, shelving ... read more
    Source: Construct EnqPublished on 2019-09-17
  • Mace chosen for St James’s office mansion makeover
    Mace has been chosen to lead the refurbishment, fit-out and rooftop extension of an historic Grade II* listed building in the St James’s district of LondonRead Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-09-06
  • Morgan Sindall gives M&E upgrade to Bedford school
    Morgan Sindall Construction has started work on a £7.1m project to redesign and refurbish Goldington Academy in Bedford.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-08-28
  • Structure Tone lands £60m Rose Court revamp
    Fit-out contractor Structure Tone has signed a £60m contract to extend and refurbish a London office building.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-08-15
  • ISG wins £40m Diageo HQ fit-out
    ISG has won a £40m contract to refurbish Turner House at 16 Great Marlborough Street in London’s West End.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-08-12
  • Historic buildings in Penicuik offered refurb grants
    Owners of historic properties in the Midlothian town of Penicuik are being offered the chance of grants to help with improvements.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-08-08
  • Willmott Dixon returns to Romford for £20m school upgrade
    Willmott Dixon has won a £20m contract to to refurbish and expand Romford’s Royal Liberty School within the Grade II* listed Hare Hall on Upper Brentwood Road.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-07-29
  • Contractor fined £8k for lousy washrooms
    A Stockport construction company must pay out early £10,000 after being prosecuted for giving its site workers rubbish welfare facilities.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-07-17
  • More Exeter refub work for Morgan Sindall
    The University of Exeter has appointed Morgan Sindall Construction to carry out a £13.5m building refurbishment project.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-07-16
  • Swansea bridge removed for refurb
    A 110-year-old bascule bridge next to Swansea’s Liberty Stadium has been lifted out and taken away for refurbishment.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-07-15
  • Heavy-lift vessel installs 2,500t lock gate
    A joint venture of Soetaert and Jan De Nul has installed a newly refurbished 2,500t lock gate in a 14-hour operation.Read Full Article: The Construction Index ... read more
    Source: construction indexPublished on 2019-07-14
  • Bathstore collapse leaves householders inconvenienced
    Administrators’ move to terminate plumber contracts leaves consumers without fully functioning bathroomsHouseholds have been left without washing facilities and some could face having to pee into a bucket after Bathstore’s collapse left a trail of unfinished installations.Bathstore’s administrators, the accountants BDO, wrote to all the firm’s subcontracted plumbers on Wednesday ... read more
    Source: GuardianPublished on 2019-06-27