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£86.5m Northern Ireland streetlight contract The Northern Irish government has advertised £86.5m of street lighting works in the country. The three-year contract is split into

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A Northumbria Police spokesperson said that as local areas dealt with broken roof tiles, smashed windows and damage from falling trees, cowboy contractors were “lurking

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Up to five new residential buildings will include replacement train crew accommodation, retail space, parking facilities and other communal areas. Up to 152 of the

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Contractor Laing O’Rourke has launched a carbon calculator to help the industry decarbonise project designs.

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Morgan Sindall has been picked to deliver a new 1,900-place school in Wales, Construction News can reveal.

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UAP founder Ricky Sandhu said: “We are absolutely thrilled to get Urban-Air Port’s Air One on site – this marks a unique and transformative moment

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According to the data, infrastructure output was 44.7 per cent higher in December 2021 than it had been before the pandemic in February 2020.

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The Deloitte regional crane survey found that 72 construction projects were started in 2021 – up from 53 the year before – in Belfast, Birmingham,

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APM qualifications are among the most sought-after project management requirements in the construction industry in the UK. To get ahead of the game, project

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