Day: November 23, 2016

Amec signs Chinese nuclear deal
Technology

Amec signs Chinese nuclear deal

Amec Foster Wheeler is to collaborate with China Nuclear Engineering & Construction (Group) Corporation (CNEC) on the next generation of reactors. The wide-ranging agreement with …

Technology

Value of work in progress up but caution remains as RIBA Future Trends workload index dips in October

Value of work in progress 4% higher than the same quarter in 2014 Architecture profession in positive territory despite dip in workload and staffing …

Developers

What Does Build to Rent Growth Tell Us About the Current Property Market?

Recently, it was announced that US behemoth Atas Residential had forged a build-to-rent venture in conjunction with Wildheart Residential management in the UK. This marks …

Civil Engineering

O’Brien Contractors Secures Staffordshire Factory Contract

Warwickshire based civil engineering firm O’Brien Contractors has secured a contract to begin working on the development of a major new factory complex in Staffordshire. …

Business, Law & Money

Morris & Spottiswood Acquires Cumbrian Maintenance Specialist

Warrington contractor Morris & Spottiswood has acquired Cumbrian maintenance specialist LLED Construction into its maintenance division for an undisclosed fee. The North West fit out …

Developers

Mitie Delivers Further Profit Warning, Leaves Care Business

Facilities management group Mitie has delivered a further profit warning and has moved away from the care business. Along with reporting a slide into losses …

annual research

Theresa May to Reveal £2bn Annual Research Boost

In her first address to the CBI Annual Conference later today, Prime Minister Theresa May is to reveal a £2 billion annual research boost, as …

Developers

Willmott Dixon Sets Up New Office in Farnborough to Cope with £100m Work Pipeline

Construction firm Willmott Dixon has set up a new Farnborough office as it hopes to generate a £100 million pipeline of work in the next …

Business, Law & Money

Autumn Statement Reveals Government to Spend £1.3bn on Roads

The chancellor’s Autumn Statement has revealed that the government is set to invest over £1 billion into upgrading the UK’s road network to improve road …