Construction News

Double Win for Winvic at Edgbaston

Winvic Construction Ltd has been appointed by two new clients for concurrent works at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham, which began in January

Contactor Chosen for Tunbridge Wells School

Willmott Dixon has been chosen by to build a three-storey satellite facility for Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys in Sevenoaks.

Keir Appointed to £10.5bn NHS Framework

Kier has been appointed to the £10.5 billion NHS Shared Business Services public sector construction framework.

Brownfield Fund to Include Self-Build Plots

Following support of custom and self-build homes the Government has announced that it is to launch a Brownfield Land Release Fund this month

Coventry and Oxford Set to be First All-Electric Bus Cities

Grant Shapps has announced that Coventry and Oxford are developing proposals to become the UK’s first all-electric bus cities.

Race for £7bn School Framework Renewal

The DfE has started a tender process for a new line-up of firms to deliver its £7 billion school building programme over four years.

Homes England Reappoint Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield are pleased to announce that it has been reappointed to the national Homes England Economics Framework.

Nexus Planning Becomes Carbon Negative

Following an intensive data collection process Nexus have earned the status of ‘Carbon Neutral Plus’, the equivalent of carbon negative

New Leadership for Construction of Hospitals

UK Government appoints Natalie Forrest to lead its new plans to build 40 new hospitals by 2030 the largest hospital build in a generation

Agreement Reached on Old Curzon Street

HS2 Ltd has received the go-ahead from Birmingham City Council to begin the transformative refurbishment of the Old Curzon Street Station.