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MOD east region bidders to be whittled down by half

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has begun the tendering process with 10 shortlisted companies for the first of its regional framework arrangements for construction projects on the Defence estate.

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Balfour issues profit warning for its support services division

Balfour Beatty plc, the international infrastructure group, has issued a warning that it expects its support services profits to be 'skewed' despite attaining

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Another local authority invests in ‘cloned’ schools concept

A school build solution which comprises cloned designs for a fixed price per pupil  is gaining real momentum as Southampton City Council becomes the latest local authority to opt for a standardised Sunesis concept.

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Leading London music school announces major expansion and investment in facilities

The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, widely regarded as one of the world's leading providers of music education, is investing over a quarter of a million pounds in the learning environment in the coming year.

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Dulux Dog starts the dig as work gets underway at AkzoNobel

Work on a new

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Rydon appointment maintains client portfolios’ performance

The maintenance arm of Rydon, the construction, maintenance and management group, has appointed Laurence Rudman to a newly created role as partnerships performance director.

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Contractor appointed for

Willmott Dixon has been chosen by Conwy County Borough Council for an

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National construction firm adds strength to its FM arm with new appointment

Phil is the latest senior industry professional to join Miller, adding strength to the management team. Miller Asset 24 focuses on using best practice and innovation to significantly reduce operating costs for a variety of clients while increasing productivity of services and offering whole life cost certainty.

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Calls for planners to adopt “wood first” rule

A campaign that calls for the introduction of a "Wood First" rule in local authority planning guidance has been launched. Wood for Good, the UK timber industry's sustainability campaign, wants the public sector to lead by example in UK's battle with climate change and has launched its 2012 campaign: "Wood First".

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