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Myles Burke

Myles manages Construction News' online operation

Contact Info

Tel:
020 7728 4633
Email:
myles.burke@emap.com

Stories

  • stop strike

    Concern as £360m project grinds to a haltSubscription

    13 August, 2009

    A lack of progress in the £360 million Royal Exchange development planned for Belfast is causing consternation among city officials.

  • school studying

    'Super school' sites are selectedSubscription

    4 August, 2009

    Preferred sites have been selected for three “super schools” in County Durham, but the building locations have already courted opposition.

  • Blackboard BSF schools

    Vinci wins £25m Sheffield BSF contractSubscription

    31 July, 2009

    The building division of Vinci Construction has been awarded a £25 million contract by Sheffield City Council to refurbish and extend High Storrs Secondary School as part of the Building Schools for the Future programme.

  • Myles Burke, online editor, Construction News

    Online editor's pick of the week Subscription

    30 July, 2009

    Analysis by economic intelligence unit Glenigan has shown that the Government is struggling to deliver additional investment promised in the pre-budget report, with Whitehall departments actually under spending by £1.3 billion.

  • Chancellor Alistair Darling pledged in November’s PBR that £3bn of public spending would be brought forward from 2010/11 to the preceding 16 months.

    Whitehall departments underspend by £1.3bnSubscription

    30 July, 2009

    The Government’s promise to spend its way out of the recession has been undermined by figures showing key departments underspent on their 2008/9 capital budgets by even more previously revealed.

  • plans rolled

    Museum to build American folk parkSubscription

    29 July, 2009

    A major expansion plan costing £2.4 million has been announced for the Ulster American Folk Park outside Omagh.

  • Morgan Est has won a £21 million contract to build two new Advanced Digestion Plants for Welsh Water.

    Morgan Est wins £21m Welsh Water contract Subscription

    22 July, 2009

    Morgan Est has won a £21 million contract to build two new Advanced Digestion Plants for Welsh Water.

  • Construction has successfully gained a place on the four-year construction framework south west, covering all aspects of construction works procured by public organisations throughout Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Avon, Devon Cornwall and Gloucester.

    Beard Swindon wins place on £500m framework Subscription

    10 July, 2009

    Beard Swindon has won a place on a four-year framework in the South-west, covering all aspects of construction works procured by public organisations throughout Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Avon, Devon Cornwall and Gloucester.

  • UK investors and firms are welcome in Lebanon which has many ongoing developments

    Winning construction work: LebanonSubscription

    8 July, 2009

    UK investors and firms are welcome in Lebanon which has many ongoing developments

  • McKean and Company, a division of the McKean Group, has won a £7m contract from Bilfinger Berger to carry out work on Edinburgh’s £500m tram scheme.

    McKean win £10m worth of tram worksSubscription

    7 July, 2009

    Specialist contractor, The McKean Group, has won two tram works contracts worth almost £10 million.

All by Myles Burke