Renfrewshire Council is making progress resolving a subsidence problem in Ferry Road, Renfrew. Over the last few months, the council have been investigating the issue and it is now believed that a leaking manhole is the cause of the problem.
The bidding process for firms to design and build a new £75 million women's prison in Greenock has opened. The Scottish Prison Service is looking for five companies to be involved in the construction process.
The Scottish Futures Trust (SFT), the body tasked with finding value for money in public sector building projects, has secured over £640 million in savings in its first five years. Publishing its 2014/19 Corporate Plan, SFT also outlined where its expertise will be focused to further accelerate eco
West Dunbartonshire Council has selected Lovell to carry out a £4.8 million programme of external refurbishment work for three 15-storey blocks of flats in Clydebank, Glasgow. West Court, Clyde Court and Park Court, all at Littleholm Place, are made up of 270 flats.
Christa Reekie Housing developers are being invited to submit bids to deliver up to a further 500 new affordable homes for rent in Edinburgh after the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) launched an additional phase of the National Housing Trust (NHT) programme.
Scottish construction plant dealer Scot JCB has posted record annual profits for 2013 and said activity in the housebuilding sector north of the border appears to have returned to pre-recession levels. Scot JCB managing director Steve Bryant said the Glasgow-based company last year made £3.8m pre-t
The projected finish date for a £42 million new high school in Shetland has been pushed back to April 2017 due to the complexity of the design discussions. Shetland Islands Council (SIC) confirmed this week that its flagship project for a new Anderson High School and halls of residence at Lerwick's
Scottish private construction company CCG has recently taken on twenty one new apprentices, taking the total to 61 apprentices working in the company. The firm believes that developing the next generation of skilled trades is critical to the long term sustainability of the construction sector.
The Laing O’Rourke name is synonymous with some of the world’s most iconic construction projects – The London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Park, Canary Wharf, Heathrow Terminals 2A and 5, Port Botany Terminal, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, and Hong Kong Metro to name just a few