Issue : 22 June 2018
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Mace wins £90m theatre job in Tunbridge WellsSubscription
Mace has won the contract to build a £90m theatre and civic centre in Tunbridge Wells.
Morrison will build a £40m secondary school in Queensferry after financial close was achieved on the project this week.
A Maidstone-based company has been fined £30,000 after a man fell to his death while working on faulty scaffolding during a television studio refurbishment.
A £15bn pension fund has pledged to support the construction of Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, becoming the latest high-profile backer of the scheme amid reports it is set to be scrapped.
Kier’s £35m restoration of Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Building has been at least partially destroyed after a second major fire in four years.
Fresh data and political investigations are shedding more and more light on the impact Brexit is having and will have on skills shortages.
Robertson wants ‘bigger bite’ of civils marketSubscription
Robertson Group wants a “bigger bite” of the civils market to boost its growth in the coming years, the Scottish contractor’s boss has told Construction News.
Carillion was recruiting workers from Portugal and Greece to plug skills gaps on the troubled Aberdeen bypass project before the company went into liquidation in January.
McLaren has won the deal to build a major mixed-use development in central London for international consultancy the Dar Group.
The number of tenders for fire safety work issued by the public sector has soared 56 per cent in the 12 months since the Grenfell Tower fire.