HB Reavis has secured a deal with Transport for London to deliver a major mixed-use development above Farringdon station.
NHS Wales has picked seven contractors across two new construction frameworks worth a total of £560m.
Aecom has been appointed by two architectual firms to work on the United Nations’ renovation of its European headquarters in Geneva.
Willmott Dixon has bagged a £46.5m deal to build the University of Birmingham’s new School of Engineering.
Balfour Beatty has secured a deal with National Grid to provide electrical cabling at the Hinkley Point C nuclear plant.
Kier has won the contract to deliver a £39m regional distribution facility for value retailer B&M.
A 26-deal haul during July sent Kier top of the monthly contractor league table for the third time in 2018.
Amey has landed a contract to build new substations to support construction of HS2’s central section.
Laing O’Rourke has sold its Australian rail sleeper business in a deal worth AUS$50.5m (£29m).
The official receiver has announced that the final Carillion contracts have been transferred to new suppliers.
Permasteelisa has secured a €70m (£62.3m) contract for facade work on Battersea Power Station.
West Sussex County Council will re-tender a 10-year highways maintenance contract awarded to Ringway following a High Court challenge by rival bidder Amey.
A major contractor has quoted an indicative cost of £319m to complete the Midland Metropolitan Hospital, according to a cost analysis by Deloitte.
The £1.6bn takeover of Battersea Power Station by a Malaysian investor has been delayed for the second time, with the deadline to finalise the deal now extended to late September.
Leicester City Council has announced the contractors appointed to its £240m construction framework.
Galliford Try has won a £31.7m project with Durham University to deliver a new sports complex.
Interserve has won a £67m contract to continue providing facilities management services for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Spie has won a £20m mechanical, electrical and plumbing services contract for the conversion of a historic London building into luxury apartments.
The Welsh Government is seeking a partner for a £500m road project using a public-private partnership model.
Ground engineering firm Aspin has brought in former Costain rail boss Gren Edwards as its new chairman.
Kier wins tropical medicine university jobSubscription
QPR puts Linford Christie Stadium plans to fansSubscription
Midlands & East Anglia news
North-east & Yorkshire news
Plans in for 2,500-home York developmentSubscription
Yorkshire Water launches £1bn civils frameworkSubscription