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CRUDEN CONSTRUCTION WINS BOLTON PROJECT

CRUDEN CONSTRUCTION WINS BOLTON PROJECT

14 July 2015

Warrington-based Cruden Construction has won a £5m contract to build an office block in nearby Bolton. The new development will be on Bolton's Clarence Street

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN

13 July 2015

The university Of Dublin is seeking a team to re-master the campus in the city centre Two proposals will be drawn up by the winner and this will include a medium term and longer term vision for the College green campus.

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UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS PROJECT ANNOUNCED

UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS PROJECT ANNOUNCED

13 July 2015

The University of Leeds is planning a £14 Million refurb and is currently seeking a contractor to undertake the project its is the union building which the building will be refurbed, it is 5 storeys and 11,000m2 in size. First built in the late thirties, it has been extended and refurbished on a number of occasions since then.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR TINTAGEL CASTLE/ CORNWALL PROJECT

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR TINTAGEL CASTLE/ CORNWALL PROJECT

10 July 2015

A new project has been announced for a £4 Million footbridge at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall. The project has been confirmed by English Heritage who have team up with Malcolm Reading Consultants. The deadline for expressing interest is July 21st and there is two stages for the contest.

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ARCHITECT WANTED BY THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS

ARCHITECT WANTED BY THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS

09 July 2015

Architects are being invited to come up with a site and propsose an out of the box use for it that will help complete 'London's urban Jigsaw' The Chancellor made the announcement in February that government has created Greater London Authroity’s Land Commission with the mandate of locating public sector brownfield land and ensuring ‘that all sites are developed by 2025, to help the capital meet i

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SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY'S £9.3 MILLION EXTENSION ANNOUNCED

SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY'S £9.3 MILLION EXTENSION ANNOUNCED

09 July 2015

BAM construction has won a £9.3 Million contract to built Sheffield's second university technical college the UTC The campus will be built in the Olympic legacy park in Don Valley, Sheffield and is will act as the hub for human sciences and computing courses, 2 key growing areas in the region. Opening is aimed for September 2016 and will be a four storey building.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR BRADFORD MUSEUM

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR BRADFORD MUSEUM

08 July 2015

The National Media Museum in Bradford is on the lookout for an architect for a new interactive gallery The winning team will oversee the design and construction of a new exhibition inside the West Yorkshire visitor attraction.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR WAKEFIELD CROWN COURT RESTORATION

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR WAKEFIELD CROWN COURT RESTORATION

07 July 2015

An Architect is wanted to restore a Grade II* listed building for Wakefield city council, which use to be the crown court. The building has appeared on several occasions in the UK soap Emmerdale and was Designed by Charles Watson

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR IPSWICH TOWER BLOCK REVAMP

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR IPSWICH TOWER BLOCK REVAMP

07 July 2015

Ipswich Borough Council is on the hunt for an architect to overhaul Cumberland Towers Completed in 1966, the Ipswich Borough Architects Department-designed building on Bramford Road features 67 sheltered accommodation units for older people with support needs.

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THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PROGRESSED AGAIN JUNE AFTER ITS PRE-ELECTION DIP

THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PROGRESSED AGAIN JUNE AFTER ITS PRE-ELECTION DIP

03 July 2015

The monthly survey of construction purchasing managers indicates another strong showing from the industry, with business confidence strengthening to its highest level for more than 10 years. ‘Markit’ produces The CIPS UK Construction purchasing managers index (PMI) and presently it is close to 60 after its 22 month low in April of 54.2 with the industry keeping a close eye on the outcome of the g

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