Public sector procurement authority SCAPE has launched an enhanced Building Information Management (BIM) offering across its national construction frameworks.
Willmott Dixon has appointed Roger Morton to the newly created role of director of strategic change, where he’ll work with chief operating officer John Waterman to implement strategies that support the company’s future growth. Mr Morton joins Willmott Dixon from Vistry Group, where he wa
Procurement Hub, part of Places for People, has appointed Robertson Construction Group to the Scotland lot of its new major projects framework following a strict procurement process. The £4.2 billion Major Projects Framework will be the second iteration, building upon the success and stre
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has released a special report into diversity and inclusion within the construction sector along with a charter which building firms are being encouraged to sign.
Willmott Dixon has appointed Hugh Raven to a new board-level position of general counsel. Reporting to group chief executive Rick Willmott, Hugh will have overall responsibility for Willmott Dixon’s legal and regulatory affairs, supported by company secretary and fellow board member Wendy McWi
New community facilities for a Dundee neighbourhood could be on the cards if councillors approve a £3 million project. The community extension at Mill O’Mains Primary School will offer out of hours access to facilities including a refurbished gym hall, stage and changing facilities.
All new build and refurbishment projects delivered by Willmott Dixon from 2030 will be net zero carbon in operation under a new 2030 sustainable development strategy from the contractor.
Willmott Dixon’s senior operations manager Nick Proverbs explains how a combination of technology and innovation is enabling the firm to maintain social distancing at the University of Birmingham's School of Engineering. People’s safety is paramount in everything we do. When guidance by
Experts from across the built environment and education sectors have joined forces to launch a UK-first fully accredited virtual work experience programme.
Willmott Dixon chief executive Rick Willmott has issued a statement confirming that the firm’s sites will remain open outlining its approach to ensure the health and wellbeing of staff and customers are safeguarded amidst the coronavirus crisis. In an online message to staff and suppliers Mr W
Two of Britain’s largest contractors have combined to assist a pioneering study into flexible working on construction sites.
A strategic decision to focus entirely on construction and fitting-out over the last two years has yielded strong results for Willmott Dixon.
In a commitment to ensure a considerate supply chain Willmott Dixon is asking its top-tier supply chain partners to register with the Considerate Constructors Scheme. All of Willmott Dixon’s 600 Category A supply chain partners, which make-up around 85% of the company’s total supply chai
Willmott Dixon has strengthened its senior team by promoting its two chief operating officers (COOs) onto its parent board. The move will see John Waterman, COO at Willmott Dixon Construction, and Mike Hart, COO at Willmott Dixon Interiors, join the Willmott Dixon Holdings board from the start of 20
A major new office development has been handed over to Clyde Gateway ahead of the first SMEs moving into the building later this year. Robertson has officially completed work on the Red Tree Magenta development, following a construction programme which began in April last year.