» First TBM breaks through for Melbourne rail route
24/02/20 16:45 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
The first section of the new Metro Tunnel in Melbourne, Australia, is now complete.

» Doors close at Harry Fairclough
24/02/20 15:43 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Cheshire-based Harry Fairclough Construction has ceased trading and is to be wound up.

» Insurer calls for contractors to use thermal imaging cameras
24/02/20 15:23 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
With more than 100 fires a year on UK construction sites caused by grinding, welding and torching, a leading insurance company is calling for contractors to adopt an extra level of protection for their hot works.

» Whyte Crane Hire in administration
24/02/20 15:22 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Administrators from KPMG were appointed to take over the affairs of Whyte Crane Hire Limited on 18 February 2020.

» First images released of £750m Edinburgh BioQuarter expansion
24/02/20 08:57 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Edinburgh BioQuarter has published the first images of a £750m planned expansion that will create a new mixed-use neighbourhood, including homes for 20,000 people.

» BAM Nuttall picked for new Falklands port
24/02/20 08:56 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
The Falkland Islands government has chosen BAM Nuttall to design and build a new port in Stanley Harbour.

» Official stats undervalue UK construction says CIOB
24/02/20 08:14 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has published a report arguing that the UK construction industry is almost twice as big as the government thinks it is.

» Local college to take over Bircham Newton
24/02/20 07:37 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
West Suffolk College has agreed to take over the National Construction College at Bircham Newton from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).

» Arup wins role on Scottish offshore wind programme
24/02/20 06:54 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Crown Estate Scotland has brought in Arup as specialist reviewer for the country’s first round of offshore wind leases in a decade.

» Builders’ merchants in recession
24/02/20 06:47 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Point-of-sale data from the Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) indicates that its members have endured three consecutive quarters of negative growth.

» UK’s highest rollercoaster gets new track
24/02/20 06:37 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Blackpool’s Big One rollercoaster has been given four sections of new track, marking the diversification of a local coatings specialist into structural steelwork contracting.

» P3 Logistic Parks develops a new park for Amazon in Lengede
22/02/20 08:53 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
From March 2020, a new distribution centre for Amazon will be built in Legend near Braunschweig. P3 Logistic Parks, long-term investor and developer of logistics real estate, has signed a long-term lease with the online retailer. CBRE Ge...

» Krakow cements its position as the leading regional city office market
22/02/20 08:48 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
Krakow has nearly doubled its office stock over the last four years, becoming the largest and fastest-growing regional city office market in Poland, reveals real estate advisory firm Savills in its latest report. At the end of 2019, Krak...

» Mallcomm and AMF Fastigheter are leading the mixed-use conversation in Stockholm
22/02/20 08:43 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
AMF Fastigheter, one of Sweden’s largest and most innovative real estate companies, is on track to implement the roll-out of the Mallcomm based app KUNO, to connect users across 36 offices covering 650,000 sqm of real estate in Sto...

» US private sector output falls for first time since 2013
21/02/20 16:52 from Construction and Property

» UK manufacturing output rises at fastest pace since April – live updates
21/02/20 13:10 from Construction and Property

» Balfour Beatty to paint Forth Bridge approach
21/02/20 08:57 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Balfour Beatty is set to begin a £7.5m project to refurbish and repaint the North Queensferry approach span to the Forth Bridge.

» Morgan Sindall breaks ground for Dundee hub
21/02/20 08:54 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Work has begun on a public square and travel hub that will be at the heart of Dundee Waterfront’s £1bn regeneration.

» Mixed 2019 results for BAM in the UK
21/02/20 08:54 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
BAM Construct UK increased its profits in 2019 but sister company BAM Nuttall saw them slide.

» Cemex sets new climate action goals
21/02/20 08:53 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Cemex has set itself more stringent targets in its strategy for addressing climate change.

» Wheelabrator scraps Test Valley incinerator plans
21/02/20 08:01 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
US waste management firm Wheelabrator Technologies has abandoned plans to build a 65MW waste-to-energy incinerator in Hampshire.

» Winvic gets to work on £47m Milton Keynes PRS scheme
21/02/20 07:25 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Winvic Construction has started work on a £47.3m build-to-rent development in Milton Keynes.

» Vital Energi to build Drakelow incinerator
21/02/20 07:23 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Vital Energi has signed a contract to build a waste-to-energy facility near Burton Upon Trent.

» MPs to debate retentions
21/02/20 07:22 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
The topic of cash retentions in the construction industry is to be debated by MPs in Parliament next week.

» Benchmark Hoists taken over by Taylor’s
21/02/20 07:18 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
BrandSafway, parent company of Lyndon SGB and Taylor’s Hoists, has acquired the assets of Benchmark Scaffolding’s hoist division.

» Global share rally grinds to a halt
20/02/20 16:51 from Construction and Property

» Victoria’s Secret aims for a makeover by going private
20/02/20 13:36 from Construction and Property

» 40% of houses with planning permission not getting built
20/02/20 12:05 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
More than a million homes granted planning permission in the past decade have not yet been built, according to new analysis by the Local Government Association.

» CBRE leases 18,000 sqm of industrial space in Timisoara
20/02/20 09:36 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
The market of industrial spaces in the western and north-western area of Romania is rapidly growing, after the stock has doubled in just four years, becoming the second largest market after Bucharest and is expected to exceed 700,000 sqm...

» Galeria Sandomierz records 15 percent increase in retail sales
20/02/20 09:30 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
The total turnover of the tenants in Galeria Sandomierz shopping center (Sandomierz, Poland) has increased by 15 percent in 2019 compared to the previous year. This figure is almost three times higher than the growth in retail sales thro...

» Linklaters advises Bain Capital Credit on a joint investment partnership with CORESTATE
20/02/20 09:26 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
Linklaters has advised Bain Capital Credit, a leading global credit specialist with almost USD 41 billion in assets under management, on a joint venture agreement with CORESTATE, a leading independent investment manager for real estate i...

» Due to bad parking, people lose 5 days of work. Smart software will change this.
20/02/20 09:19 from Europaproperty.com | RSS
The Praga Studios office building in Prague’s Karlín district is now equipped with the most modern parking system in the Czech Republic, which combines a mobile app, intelligent cameras, and digital signages. The author of t...

» Companies warn on coronavirus hit – live updates
20/02/20 08:59 from Construction and Property

» Edinburgh’s largest brownfield site set for £1.3bn transformation
20/02/20 08:52 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Edinburgh Council has set out its plans for a £1.3bn regeneration of the city's largest brownfield site.

» Arup and Mott in winning team for Melbourne bridge
20/02/20 08:50 from All Construction News | The Construction Index
Arup and Mott MacDonald are in the winning alliance for a contract worth AU$113.8m (£59m) involving the replacement of a Melbourne level crossing with a bridge.

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