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New Excellent warehousing space for east London

Bridge Industrial has awarded a contract to McLaren Construction for a 31,800m2 industrial and logistics development at Chadwell Heath in east London. …

Everton Stadium structurally complete

The final terracing panel has been installed to complete the structural work within the bowl of Everton Stadium. The final piece of the huge jigsaw was lowered …

Car park to boost regeneration in Newcastle-under-Lyme

Morgan Sindall Construction’s North West team has been appointed on behalf of Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council to design and build a new £12M 450-space …

Contractor named for major Bristol office refit

Developer Bankfoot APAM has appointed Beard Construction for the transformative £24.5M redevelopment of Bristol’s One Friary building. The flagship project …

Contractor checks in for north east’s first Dakota hotel

GMI Construction is set to build the luxury 118- room boutique Dakota hotel, which will transform the vacant St Anne’s Wharf building in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. …

Steel bridge installed at major M25 junction upgrade

Said to be one of the longest footbridges on the M25, the 91m-long Sandpit Lane Footbridge has been installed as part of the M25 Junction 10 upgrade scheme. …

Permission granted for major Fulham wharf development

Henley Investment Management has received planning permission to build a cluster of 17-storey residential buildings with 276 apartments at the Albert & …

Oxford United set all-electric-powered stadium goal

League One, Oxford United FC has announced plans to build the first stadium in the country powered solely by electricity to create a sustainable new home. As …

Green light for Manchester library

Planning permission has been granted for a state-of-the-art library at Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester City Council has approved the project, …

Contractor named for University of Oxford medical research building

Morgan Sindall Construction has been appointed by the University of Oxford to deliver the Institute for Global Health building. The 4,700m2 facility will …

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