Issue : 31 August 2018
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Mace wins £200m UCL Olympic Park campus dealSubscription
Mace has landed a preconstruction deal to deliver the largest building on University College London’s new campus at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The cost of a Derby road improvement scheme being delivered by Galliford Try has more than doubled since work started 10 months ago.
Engineering specialists have reported increases in materials and labour costs for the second quarter of 2018.
Mayor grants £288m for 4,700 affordable homesSubscription
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will hand £288m to four housing associations to build an extra 4,705 affordable homes across the capital.
Profit at Bouygues’ group construction division fell 15 per cent in the first half of 2018, the firm’s latest results have revealed.
For the first time since the Victorian era, at times the UK’s electricity system is running without the use of any coal – sometimes for days.
Manchester-based McGoff Construction has appointed its first new female director in 45 years.
Ground engineering specialist Aspin has appointed ABC Electrification managing director Graeme Castle as its new chief executive.
In 212 days the UK will officially leave the European Union.
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