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Dr John Hooper, the CEO of CABE (The Chartered Association of Building Engineers), has been announced as the UK Chief executive of the Year 2017 at the annual Association of Association Executives awards. The Association of Association Executives is the largest community of Association Executives in

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Keith Brown on a visit to the new River Don Crossing construction site Cabinet secretary for economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, says the £745 million Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is due to be completed by the spring and is already delivering benefits to local communities.

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Barratt kicks off 2018 with 60th anniversary celebrations and a new logo Barratt Homes is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and to mark the occasion new market research commissioned by the firm has confirmed it as the UK’s most recognised and well known housebuilder.

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Construction and outsourcing firm Carillion is being investigated by the UK financial services watchdog over statements issued over the first half of last year. In a brief statement to the stock exchange this morning, Carillion said the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is investigating “the timel

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Plans to transform Glasgow’s High Street area by investing £200 million in a new 7.5 acre residential neighbourhood of more than 700 homes for rent have been submitted to Glasgow City Council. In addition to 727 new build-to-rent homes on the site behind High Street rail station, the application

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New construction orders reached a seven-month high in December thanks in part to a buoyant housing sector, new figures have revealed. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction purchasing managers’ index (PMI) indicated the highest number of new jobs created since last June, but supply chain pressures

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Work is underway on a “game-changing” transformation of former Inverness school buildings to give the Highlands its first creative hub. The initial £1.2 million project is the first phase of a wider £5.7m scheme to transform the Midmills buildings (once part of the Inverness Royal Academy and

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Keith Brown at opening of the new M8/M73/M74 Cabinet secretary for economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, looks back on transport investment over the last ten years and looks to 2018.

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