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Welcome to the Team Carl!

Welcome to the Team Carl!

JPS is delighted to announce that Carl Churchward has joined our growing Project delivery Team, Carl will add strength in depth to what is already an excellent team!

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What’s Next For the Construction Sector

What’s Next For the Construction Sector

Paul Israel is Director at Simply, discusses what the pandemic has meant for businesses and how the construction and waste management sectors will play an integral role in the UK’s recovery plan. The past year has brought about many trials and tribulations that none...

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Winvic Appointed to New Logistics Park

Winvic Appointed to New Logistics Park

Winvic Construction Ltd has been appointed to a contract by IM Properties to construct a 2.94 million sq ft global parts logistics centre at Mercia Park, Leicestershire. There will be five industrial units which will be leased to Jaguar Land Rover, making it the UK’s...

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Digital Portal for Green Tech Launched

Digital Portal for Green Tech Launched

UK Power Networks has launched a new online portal which is making it quicker and easier for installers to connect clean technologies to homes and businesses. Smart Connect will give many technology companies an instant decision on whether they can connect domestic...

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Winvic Secures Logistics Contracts

Winvic Secures Logistics Contracts

Winvic Construction Ltd has been engaged with Panattoni for projects at three separate locations, for three industrial warehouses which will be constructed at Panattoni Park, Northampton, Crewe Commercial Park and Derby Commercial Park. Winvic and Panattoni’s...

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Affordable Homes Underway in Clydebank

Affordable Homes Underway in Clydebank

Clydebank Housing Association has appointed Cruden Building to deliver a multimillion-pound affordable housing development at the site of the former St. Cuthbert’s Church in Clydebank. Enabling works to prepare the site havejust completed and construction work will...

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Aberdeenshire Drives Green Industrial Revolution

Aberdeenshire Drives Green Industrial Revolution

A new ambitious project to provide world-class, safe carbon storage capacity in the North Sea, off the coast of Aberdeenshire, is set to benefit from £31 million in UK Government funding and could also create tens of thousands of new, green jobs. The scheme is one of...

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Towns and Cities in a Post COVID World

Towns and Cities in a Post COVID World

James Cook, Head of Planning at Blacks Solicitors, shares his thoughts on how recent planning changes will impact our towns and cities as we begin to ease out of lockdown and move to a post-Covid world. Cities across the UK were experiencing an exciting urban...

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Sustainable highways design

Sustainable highways design

A556 Green Bridge in Cheshire allows wildlife to cross.Highways England Strategic Design Panel has published its fourth progress and recommendations report. This report sets out the Panel’s progress over the past year and a half (June 2019 to end of 2020) and makes...

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John Radcliffe Hospital receives planning nod

John Radcliffe Hospital receives planning nod

© Ben Molyneux / Shutterstock.comPlanning permission has been granted for a significant extension at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Unusually, work on the extension had already begun, with planning granted partially retrospectively due to the need for extra...

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Highways England to revitalise concrete roads

Highways England to revitalise concrete roads

Highways England has unveiled a multi-million pound initiative designed to revitalise ageing concrete roads. Concrete roads make up almost 400 miles (4%) of England’s motorway and major A-road network. Mostly found along the eastern side of the country, in the North...

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We Must Get Procurement Preparation Right

We Must Get Procurement Preparation Right

There is a big focus in the Construction Playbook on procuring for value and harnessing the power of SMEs within the industry. Chief executive at Pagabo, Simon Toplass, discusses how our approach to SME relationships and treatment, and the procurement planning process...

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Eddy currents: Turning-up Heat Generation

Eddy currents: Turning-up Heat Generation

Although demand for heat energy is currently greater than for electricity, energy generated by wind, solar and other renewable devices is almost exclusively geared towards producing electricity. The electricity produced...

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