Construction News Roundup

The latest news this week in the Construction Industry:

Rydon awarded £9.5m Kent medical innovation centre contract

Rydon has been awarded an innovation centre contract for Kent Medical Campus, this will bring together businesses and organisations involved in finding solutions to healthcare issues and scientific research. Read more…

Stevenage town centre regeneration takes step forward

Mace has submitted a major planning application to regenerate Stevenage town centre, following several months of consultation with local people and businesses. Read more…

Sisk seals pre-construction deal for £149m GOSH project

John Sisk has signed a pre-construction services agreement for the next phase of the Great Ormond Street Hospital redevelopment in central London. Read more…

Interserve wins place on CCS’s £8bn construction works framework

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has revealed the latest contractors to gain places on its construction works framework, including Interserve Construction, who have been appointed to 6 lots. Read more…

McLaren gets nod for 17-floor Leeds office project

McLaren Group’s property arm has been given the planning green light for a 300,000 sq ft office scheme in central Leeds. Read more…

World’s first recycled bricks go into production in Scotland

Scientists at Heriot Watt University in Scotland have developed the world’s first building brick that’s made from 90% recycled construction and demolition waste. Read more…

Galliford Try starts 2020 with £3.2bn order book

Galliford Try enters the new year as an independent contractor with a £3.2bn order book. Read more…

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