Morgan Sindall recently handed over Ballater Station A substantial improvement in margins within its core construction and infrastructure business has helped Morgan Sindall achieve “strong” half-year results.
Allan Callaghan Cruden Building has repeated its call for moves to help increase the number of people working in construction as latest figures revealed a further drop in output in the sector.
Morgan Sindall Group chief executive John Morgan Morgan Sindall has reported a 48% increase in profits following an “excellent” performance from its Fit Out division and notable contributions from its Construction & Infrastructure and Partnership Housing arms.
Construction output appears to have experienced a rebound last month with business activity rising at its strongest rate since June, according to new figures. Latest returns for the Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index survey also indicated that new orders and employment numbers
Output in the UK construction sector fell by1.2% in May 2017 in both the month-on-month and 3 month on 3 month time series, new figures have shown. The three-month on three-month decrease represents the largest fall in output recorded by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) since September 2012,
Output in the construction industry fell 0.6% in the three months to April, driven mainly by a 0.9% fall in all new work, according to new figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS). The fall, which represents the first three month on three month drop in construction output since September
UK construction companies have reported an increase in business activity at the fastest rate for 17 months. The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index, a monthly survey of construction buyers, rose to 56 in May, up from 53.1 in April.
Tim Vine announced the winners of the 2017 Homes for Scotland Annual Awards at the organisation’s Annual Lunch in Edinburgh, with Barratt Homes scooping Home Builder of the Year Barratt Homes has been crowned Homes for Scotland’s Home Builder of the Year at the trade body’s largest ever ceremo
Stephen Profili (centre) with the Scottish regional leadership team (from left) regional commercial director Scott Mercer; regional sales director Helen Dow; regional managing director Stephen Profili; regional partnerships director Sarah Freel and regional operations director Adam Forrest Partnersh
Jonathan Goring Jonathan Goring has been appointed as managing director of Lovell just three months after joining Laing O’Rourke.
Lovell regional director Alan Taylor and Lovell project administrator Sandra Kerr with the IIP Gold award Lovell has been awarded the leading Investors in People (IIP) Gold standard award for its excellent people management and staff development in Scotland.
Developer Lovell is trialling a new tool which measures the economic impact of an affordable housing project on the local community. The Local Multiplier 3 (LM3) enables the company to see how much investment a housing scheme brings to an area by analysing where the project income is spent and re-sp
Faslane living accommodation Problem Ministry of Defence contracts at the Faslane Naval Base have resulted in a pre-tax loss of £27.2 million during the first half of this year for Morgan Sindall.
Left to right: Lovell regional director Alan Taylor; Archie McDermid, site manager for the Little Boghead project; Derek Brown, site manager for the kitchen and bathroom replacement programme for Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership and Lovell regional health, safety and environmental manager W
Artist’s impressions showing how the new council homes set to be built at West Main Street, Harthill, for North Lanarkshire Council will look Affordable housing developer Lovell is set to design and build 221 new council homes for North Lanarkshire Council and West Lothian Council at a combined va