A 26-deal haul during July sent Kier top of the monthly contractor league table for the third time in 2018.
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ISG has bagged a £34m deal to build a higher education campus in south-west London.
ISG features and analysis
Manchester City Council urgently needs a substantial injection of school places – and ISG has backed modern methods of construction to deliver them.
The value of the top 50 contract wins table hit its lowest point for nearly two years in July as Kier notched up yet another league triumph.
The government’s 2016 mandate brought BIM to the fore, yet many remain confused about its true meaning as leading figures ask whether it’s obscuring the need to digitise the industry.
Underground parking and limited building information have kept ISG and scaffolding contractor GKR on their toes as they tackle a 19-storey refurbishment.
In Liverpool ISG is nearing completion of student housing that is sat between two historic pubs and features one of the most complex steel frames ISG’s project manager has ever seen.
The students descending on ISG’s site offer a welcome reminder of the interest Open Doors can generate.
A dentist, a criminology graduate and an electrical contractor walk into a site office. It’s no joke; it’s day one of Open Doors.
Contract wins among the top contractors grew by nearly a quarter in January year on year, led by Kier’s £595.1m haul.
One of the Welsh capital’s tallest new buildings is rocketing up to provide luxury student accommodation
The UK’s higher education sector has proved remarkably resilient during an unprecedented period of uncertainty brought about by global economic and geopolitical conditions.
The Construction News Summit brought together tech experts and innovation gurus from across the built environment to target the challenge of industry productivity.
In the war for talent, graduates can provide a welcome source of skills – and our six finalists have all shown how best to tap into that resource.
CN visited the Lion City and spoke to three UK construction firms to find out how they gained a foothold in one of the richest and most saturated markets in the world.
An unstable gable wall and a retained façade that needed steelwork threaded into the exisiting building has forced the contractor into repeated resequencing.
Building a new hotel within Edinburgh’s UNESCO World Heritage Site amid complex ground conditions posed unusual challenges for ISG