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Water Sector in England & Wales – a career for you?

Utilities Construction UK

The construction sector in relation to water is one that will always be of the utmost importance, for obvious reasons (we need it!).…

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ICES Thames Cruise - 12 July 2018

Networking UK London

Join us as we sponsor our 2nd annual ICES River Thames cruise for a pleasant evening for socialising and networking…

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Construction Housing Boost for South East and Midlands

UK South East Midlands Residential Construction

UK pledged to build 300,000 new homes per year until mid-2020s creating demand for skilled quantity surveyors and claims / delay managers with house building experience…

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Market Update 2018Q1: UK

UK Market Updates Quantity Surveying

Despite a slow start to 2018, labour shortages and increased regional workloads sees demand increase for quantity surveyors and other professional staff…

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Industry News

Tolent restarts work on £100m Carillion scheme

Work has restarted on a £100m regeneration scheme in Sunderland that shut down following the collapse of Carillion in January.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 20 July, 12:27 Read more »

Winners named on £500m Midlands highways framework

Four contractors have been picked for a new £500m highways framework covering 21 local authorities in and around the Midlands.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 20 July, 12:11 Read more »

Skanska’s US writedowns hit global profit

Project writedowns in the US have hampered Skanska’s global construction profit in the second quarter of 2018.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 20 July, 12:04 Read more »

Ex-Mitie boss and Mace adviser runs for London mayor

Former Mitie boss Ruby McGregor-Smith has been shortlisted as a Conservative Party candidate for London’s mayoral election.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 20 July, 10:33 Read more »

Russells aim for tier one status with South African backing

South Africa’s biggest construction business, Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon Limited (WBHO), has taken a 60% stake in Manchester’s Russells Construction.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 20 July, 08:54 Read more »
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