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HS2’s Euston station construction partner, Mace Dragados JV, is offering procurement contract packages worth over £500m to help deliver the new HS2 Euston station.
Public sector professionals are invited to join LHC's 'The Future of Frameworks: Constructing the Gold Standard' webinar.
Procure Partnerships have released the names of the contractors who were successful in securing a place on their updated North West Contractor Framework.
Embedding Social Value into business operations is critical to delivering more value in communities, supporting businesses in meeting their own sustainability goals and rebuilding trust in the real estate industry, explains Guy Battle, CEO, Social Value Portal.
Rendall & Rittner has appointed Jason Wakefield as head of procurement to improve service and value for clients.
Balfour Beatty marks the completion of its 100th SCAPE Civil Engineering project by planting 100 trees with Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Southwark Council appoints Bouygues-owned company, Linkcity, to deliver Tustin Estate project comprising of nearly 700 new homes.
Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Kier to deliver £92.8m new clinical buildings at Luton & Dunstable University Hospital.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by West Yorkshire Police to deliver a new headquarters for the Kirklees district.
LHC announces full list of suppliers appointed to its £500m Multi-disciplinary Consultancy Services Framework (MDC1).
2022 must be the year when zero carbon becomes a mainstream focus in procurement, supply chains, skills and construction, says Stephen Good, chief executive of the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre.
Procurement framework provider SPA (Scottish Procurement Alliance) has been named as a finalist in the Social Value category of the GO Awards Scotland 2021/22.
Construction procurement bodies, Crown Commercial Service and SCAPE, have adopted the Building a Safer Future (BSF) initiative to their frameworks.
LHC invites kitchen manufacturers to apply for a new four-year framework to supply kitchens and associated products to the public sector.
The Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) has launched a free of charge call-off service for its public sector partners to simplify the procurement process.
Gary Cawley, director, CPC, explains how an intelligent client can deliver better outcomes for construction projects.
Mary Bennell, director of SWPA, explores the issues of delivering modern methods of construction (MMC) in the social housing sector and tells us how we can overcome these blockers.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by Somerset County Council to develop a £11m Digital Innovation Centre at the Firepool site in Taunton.
Sunderland City Council has appointed Kier as preferred bidder to develop a new £36m eye hospital in Sunderland, for South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust.
Notting Hill Genesis has launched bids for £1.2bn building safety framework and planned investment programmes over the next 15 years.
National Grid has awarded Burns & McDonnell £14m substations contract for the design, supply, installation, and commissioning of a 400-kV GIS substation in Yaxley, Suffolk.
PVC-U and timber window and door manufacturers, suppliers and installers are being sought for new four-year Windows and Doors framework for public sector projects.
West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, on behalf of West Sussex County Council, has chosen Willmott Dixon to deliver a fire service training centre and fire station.
Housing developer Torus has appointed 28 new members to its consultancy framework, increasing access to affordable homes across the Northwest of England.
Muse Developments, alongside Blackpool Council, has secured a deal with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to deliver a sustainable office building, as part of the £350m Talbot Gateway scheme.
The tender documents are now live for Pagabo’s £1.1bn Demolition and Land Preparation Framework, which is set to go live in February 2022.