Latest offices contracts and news
Graham wins £25m London office jobSubscription
Graham has won the £25m phase two design-and-build contract for a new commercial building in Kensal Rise, west London.
The forecast for Britain’s GDP growth in 2019 averages around 1.5 per cent according to the Treasury’s survey.
Bam Construction has won the deal to deliver the 11-21 Canal Reach buildings in London’s King’s Cross that will house Facebook’s offices.
Graham wins Wolverhampton office dealSubscription
Graham has been appointed by Ion Developments as main contractor on a new office scheme in Wolverhampton.
Bam lined up for Manchester office jobSubscription
Bam Construct is understood to have been chosen to deliver a new office and hotel development in Manchester.
Features and analysis
This year we have witnessed a significant mismatch between the London office market sentiment and the statistics.
The contractor is dodging Crossrail tunnels and preserving remarkable history on a major redevelopment described as a 21st century Piccadilly Circus.
During times of crisis or upheaval, many of us will have heard or uttered something along these lines in an attempt to offer reassurance: ‘Change isn’t always a bad thing.’
In the prestigious west London neighbourhood Cadogan Estates is turning a 1930s icon of the famous King’s Road into a cutting-edge development.
ISG subsidiary Agility is barely two years old and turning over £80m a year. So why are smaller fit-out firms having success and who’s competing in this space? Binyamin Ali investigates
Manchester is providing a wealth of work for contractors to target – but who is already working on the city’s biggest schemes and which jobs should companies keep an eye on?
The contractor has navigated Roman ruins and shifted its approach to cope with soaring temperatures as it overhauls a long-neglected part of the city.
There are more than 500 tall buildings currently in London’s construction pipeline. But against the backdrop of widespread skills shortages and the complications of Brexit, building them is presenting fresh challenges for the industry.
U+I is overseeing £300m of development in Brighton – yet the big tier ones are not its main targets. Delivery director Mark Richardson reveals why the client is trying a different model.
Curves, uninterrupted floorplans and a Thunderbirds-style roof are helping TH Real Estate’s 70 St Mary Axe stand out in the battle of the skyscrapers.
Three in race for Carrington Gateway phase oneSubscription
Office construction drops 13% in central LondonSubscription
City of London to 'encourage' new skyscrapersSubscription
ISG wins Waterloo Eurostar redevelopmentSubscription
Balfour bags £85m Urbanest student halls dealSubscription