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Human error behind Edinburgh hospital delay as new opening date set

THE Scottish Government expects Edinburgh’s problem-hit Royal Hospital for Children and Young People to be in full operation by August of 2020. Originally due to...

Reverse charge VAT delayed until 2020

THE Government has announced the implementation of reverse charge VAT will be delayed by a year. Originally scheduled for 1 October 2019, the changes will...

New Fife learning campus to be built in wake of Woodmill High School fire

THE Scottish Government has made funding available for a new shared learning campus to be built by 2024 in place of the fire damaged...

Green projects at the heart of Scotland’s Programme for Government

A number of measures announced in Scotland's Programme for Government 2019-20 will have ramifications for the construction sector. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced plans to...

£140m Glasgow office development receives planning approval

GLASGOW City Council has given the green light to a £140 million development in Argyle Street. Property development and investment company Osborne+Co is behind plans...

New public sector consultancy framework for Scotland to be released

SCAPE Group is to launch its first dedicated consultancy framework for the Scottish public sector. Accessible to any public sector organisation in Scotland, the scape...

New report highlights 5G opportunities for Scotland

THE Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) has published a new report outlining the 'substantial' benefits to Scotland of enhanced 4G and 5G capability. The report, Scotland's digital...

Worker dies after accident at Glasgow construction site

POLICE Scotland have confirmed that a 43-year-old man died yesterday (August 22), after suffering serious injuries at a construction site at St Enoch Centre,...

Construction of new homes begins at historic Angus site

THE £100 million redevelopment of the site of the former Royal Hospital and surrounding estate at Sunnyside, near Montrose, is underway. More than 450 homes...

American firm set to acquire Wood Group’s nuclear sector

Dallas-based engineering firm Jacobs is set to acquire Aberdeen headquartered John Wood Group’s nuclear business in a £250 million deal.

Ferguson Marine shipyard nationalised by Scottish Government

The Scottish Government has reached an agreement with administrators to take the Ferguson Marine shipyard in Port Glasgow into public control.

Political support grows for campaign to regulate electrical industry

Support is growing for SELECT'S campaign for recognition of electricians as a profession after four more politicians backed the plans. 
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Balfour Beatty reports ‘strong’ half-year financial figures

Balfour Beatty has reported the business is 'on track' to deliver a full-year financial performance in line with market expectations.

Agreement made for £150 million north east eco-friendly power plant

The construction of a £150 million energy from waste plant has been given the go ahead by three local authorities.

‘Iconic’ TECA officially opens its doors

Construction work has been completed at The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA).

Fife set for £70 million rail development

A reopening of the Levenmouth rail link in Fife is to be taken forward to the next stage of development.

Scottish projects contribute to ‘strong’ Morgan Sindall profit growth

Morgan Sindall has reported ‘strong' profit growth in the first half of 2019 in its half-year financial results.

£20m Glasgow health and care centre handed over

Morgan Sindall Construction has completed construction of a new £20 million health and care centre in Glasgow.
Proposed moving bring for new Clyde Crossing in Glasgow

Three in the frame for River Clyde’s first opening road bridge

Hundreds of construction workers are expected to be utilised in the delivery of the first opening road bridge over the River Clyde.

Balfour Beatty’s Scottish MD joins Construction Scotland’s leadership group

Balfour Beatty Scotland and Ireland MD Hector MacAulay has become the latest appointee to Construction Scotland's Industry Leadership Group (ILG).