Construction News

Flexible office space offers work to fit-out contractors


More flexible working spaces are generating new work for fitting-out contractors.

Hotel construction soaring amid political turmoil


Glenigan predicts that more hotels are being developed in the UK amidst political uncertainty.

Heritage projects are set to receive government funding


The government has reserved £95M for the purpose of improving 69 historic high streets.

Aggregate provides asphalt to new Devonshire development


Aggregate Industries supplied coloured asphalt to the Devonshire Retail Park.

Concerns grow as output slows


Following on from the latest construction output data, industry figures have noted the latest drop off as a major concern for the sector.

Drainage system underway at the A38 in Devon


The Dean Burn scheme on the A38 in Devon is currently underway.

NIC states that utility regulators need to establish climate change rules


NIC says UK will not be able to achieve carbon emissions targets without a utilities regulatory body.

University of Stirling sports development nears completion


The construction of sports facilities at the University of Stirling has entered a new phase.

Bromford Housing Association creates the BCP


Bromford Housing Association has entered a £160M partnership with four contractor companies.

Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund launched


Last week saw the formal launch of the Charging Investment Infrastructure Fund.