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Mace wins London Moorgate over-station office job

Mace wins London Moorgate over-station office job

Developer Aviva Investors and Allianz Real Estate is bringing forward the 101 Moorgate project which will provide eight floors of grade A office space, above a mezzanine-level business lounge and retail spaces.   Mace will be undertaking both the construction and category A fit-out on the

Suppliers named for £500m public sector new build framework

Suppliers named for £500m public sector new build framework

The new build framework – New Build Housing Construction H2 framework – has been developed by LHC and will be operated by the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) from 1 August 2022 to 31 July 2026.   New build framework to address local housing challenges in

Causeway launches ‘world’s first’ design engineering platform

Causeway launches ‘world’s first’ design engineering platform

The design engineering platform – Causeway Live Design, is a cloud-licenced platform that provides seamless integration across all aspects of site infrastructure design, graphical ground modelling, roads and drainage design including hydraulic analysis and 2D overland flow,

Plan for trio of towers at old Yorkshire Post site

Plan for trio of towers at old Yorkshire Post site

Student accommodation developer Urbanite Living has submitted plans to build three residential towers at the former site of the Yorkshire Post in Leeds.   Designed by DLA Architecture, the proposal includes a 42-storey tower, standing at 154m tall, comprising 1,125 student beds as well as

Atkins wins place on latest LLDC framework

Atkins wins place on latest LLDC framework

Atkins has won a place on the latest development framework from the LLDC, extending its relationship with the 2012 London Olympics site to more than 20 years by the end of the contract.   The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), who oversee the 2012 Olympics legacy, has awarded

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Bristol Parkway station plans have been approved

Bristol Parkway station plans have been approved

Plans to transform Bristol Parkway Station have been approved at South Gloucestershire Council’s meeting of Cabinet this week.   A new vision for the site looks to create a modern station that acts as a gateway to the region but is also better connected  with the neighbouring

Plans revealed for Major £2bn Tidal Barrage

Plans revealed for Major £2bn Tidal Barrage

Plans have been revealed for a £2bn tidal barrage across The Wash, a bay in East Anglia between Lincolnshire and Norfolk, which will feature the world’s first tidal energy-powered deep sea container terminal, act as a flood defence and have rail and road elements.   The 17.7km

Balfour gets go-ahead for £200m A57 Link Roads

Balfour gets go-ahead for £200m A57 Link Roads

The Government has given the green light for a scheme to build two new link roads at Mottram Moor as part of plans to deliver Trans Pennine route upgrades between Manchester and the north of Sheffield.   Balfour Beatty, which secured the £108m contract to deliver the scheme two years

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