Latest education news and contracts
Interserve and two consortium partners have secured finance to deliver a £105m student complex for Durham University.
Mace’s development arm has been given the go-ahead for a 247-home residential and student development in Sheffield.
Kier wins tropical medicine university jobSubscription
Kier has won the contract to build a research facility for the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
Willmott Dixon has bagged a £46.5m deal to build the University of Birmingham’s new School of Engineering.
University developer's CEO to step downSubscription
The boss of higher education developer University Partnerships Programme (UPP) has announced plans to step down.
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 University of Huddersfield’s new art school is pushing Morgan Sindall and its team to rethink everything.
Stringent reverberation requirements were just one of the challenges faced at Southampton’s new sports centre.
I have many fond memories of my secondary school. But sitting through certain lessons in a portacabin that was little more than a shack at the bottom of a school field was not one of them.
In west London contractor Willmott Dixon is working on a tiny site to create a development of epic proportions.
The contractor has had to calculate every last step in advance to get around logistical nightmares, structural conundrums and the ‘Beast from the East’.
Mum, gran, aunt and of course student-in-waiting: the whole family has turned out for Open Doors to inspect Port Talbot’s new ‘super school’.
“I don’t know about you, but my school was nothing like this.”
“That was the beginning of Cardiff right here.”
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.
Contractor brings in its category A subcontractors for a building that will be the new face of Kingston University.
In Wales contractor Willmott Dixon is using advanced concrete techniques to outpace traditional methods.
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.
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