Leanna Fry By Leanna Fry, site manager at BAM Construct UK Ltd
Aberdeen City Council has given planning permission for a new office at the Prime Four business park in Kingswells.
John Swinney The Scottish Government has announced an extra £20 million to address fuel poverty and energy efficiency.
Keith Miller Keith Miller is to step down as chief executive of the Miller Group at the end of March 2015 after more than 20 years in the role.
Striking new images of the new £200 million office development at The Haymarket in Edinburgh have been released as above ground works begin.
ACHA properties in Bunessan which will benefit from the roof and roughcast investment ACHA to invest £700,000 in energy efficiency measures on Mull
Simon Hart, innovation platform leader at InnovateUK, Bruce McClelland, head of built environment at Knowledge Transfer Network and Stephen Good, chief executive of Construction Scotland Innovation Centre outside the venue for the event A joint event which sought to boost opportunities for the const
Renfrewshire Council has unveiled an ambitious new housing strategy which will see 1000 new affordable homes delivered by 2020.
A new visitor centre to be built next to the Kelpies attraction in Falkirk has been delayed after councillors agreed to expand the project.
Plans for a brand new Community Hub in Lennoxtown took a significant step forward this week as the partners involved in the £5.2 million project achieved financial close.
Police Scotland building in South Dalmarnock The quality and design of the property and office developments which have been delivered by Clyde Gateway over the past year has been acknowledged with eight separate nominations for upcoming industry awards.
Neil Findlay MSP Britain’s biggest union, Unite is urging MSPs to back MSP Neil Findlay’s motion in a debate in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday and help end “the scandal of umbrella companies in the construction industry”.
The UK construction sector has enjoyed a positive start to the year with output and new business growth rebounding from the lows seen in December, according to new data. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI index rose to 59.1 from 57.6 in December – reversing a three-month trend of slowing g
Perth civil engineering, site remediation and development contractors I&H Brown has said it is expecting margins to improve despite profits at the firm falling by 80 per cent last year. Turnover at the company, whose head office is in Dunkeld Road, rose 8.5 per cent to £34.2 million. However, p
£25m leisure centre ‘can put Perth on sporting map’