Dr Noble Francis Construction output is forecast to increase 5.3 per cent in 2015 and 17.8 per cent by 2018 according to the latest forecasts from the Construction Products Association (CPA).
The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC), which was launched in October, has formed a partnership with InnovateUK to boost opportunities for the sector north of the Border. Supported by the Scottish Funding Council and Scottish & Highland and Islands Enterprise, the CSIC is hosting a j
Fit-out and construction firm ISG issued a profit warning this morning following “problems” on four major contracts. The contractor warned its profits for the year to March will be £7 million down on pre-Christmas projections.
West Lothian Council has unveiled an updated capital programme for 2015/16 to 2017/18 which includes investment in schools, roads and open spaces totalling over £194 million. A total of £141m will be spent on improving the council's property assets and over 50 per cent of the budget will go toward
Dublin-based materials giant CRH has acquired a raft of assets from Lafarge and Holcim, clearing the way for the latter two firms to merge. As part of their proposed merger, Lafarge and Holcim have entered exclusive negotiations further to a binding commitment made by CRH regarding the sale of sever
A construction company, based in the Scottish Borders, has been fined after a worker was seriously injured after being struck by a concrete beam that had fallen from a telehandler. Derek Graham, 51, suffered severe injuries in the incident which happened on 14 March last year.
Patricia Murphy Patricia Murphy has joined BAM Construction’s Scottish business in a newly created senior buyer role.
Aberdeen Art Gallery refurb to begin
How the revamped Kelvin Hall will look The company behind the redevelopment of one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings is offering SMEs and SEs the chance to learn industry secrets at a series of free specialist seminars with the next set for Friday 6thFebruary.
Eric Prescott The shop and office fitting firm, Havelock Europa, has announced its chief executive, Eric Prescott, is to step down sometime this year, according to the BBC.
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has secured detailed planning consent from South Lanarkshire Council to deliver 612 homes as part of the master plan vision for Newton Farm in Cambuslang.
Plans to turn fields and scrubland into a new district filled with office space, shopping streets and more than 2000 homes have taken a major step forward.
Draft designs for permanent Mortonhall memorials have been revealed in a new report by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Councillor Cammy Day is joined by Craig Sanderson (chief executive of Link Group) and Roy Stirrat (chairman of Link Group) New affordable homes unveiled in Ratho
Brian Berry The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has warned of a ticking construction skills time bomb with skills shortages on the increase across a number of trades and professions.