Bam Nuttall, J Murphy & Sons and Osborne have been awarded three Network Rail contracts for Control Period 6.
Kier has been appointed by Cambridgeshire County Council to carry out the first phase of the design and construction of a new £45m education site.
Interserve and Morgan Sindall have both won places on a national framework worth £1bn.
Bam is in final discussions with the University of Sheffield to deliver its new social sciences building.
Thirteen contractors have been appointed to a North West Construction Hub framework worth up to £1.5bn.
Potential losing bidders for the Midland Metropolitan Hospital contract have been offered the costs of their bid by the trust involved.
Graham has won the £25m phase two design-and-build contract for a new commercial building in Kensal Rise, west London.
Morgan Sindall has won a £24m contract for Select Property Group’s Vita Student development in Nottingham.
VolkerHighways has won a £49m contract with Bath and North East Somerset Council.
Barking and Dagenham Council’s regeneration company, Be First, has named the four contractors that will join its new development framework.
Exclusive: Kier is set to be appointed by Argent for the final building Facebook will occupy as part of its new London campus, Construction News understands.
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.
Kier has been appointed to deliver a new £50m scientific research facility in Surrey.
Bam Construct is understood to have been chosen to deliver a new office and hotel development in Manchester.
The redevelopment of the Eastenders set has increased by £27m and will take an extra two-and-a-half years than originally planned, a report has highlighted.
Kier has topped the monthly contract wins table for the fourth time this year thanks to several major wins.
Forrest has been replaced by Vermont on the £100m Aura project in Liverpool.
Highways England has issued the contract notice for its £7bn smart motorways programme.
Story Contracting and AmcoGiffen are the first contractors to win work as part of Network Rail’s Control Period 6 (CP6) framework.
A subsidiary of Rydon has launched legal action against a north London NHS trust after it pulled out of a £300m strategic partnership contract.
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