Scotland’s construction industry is expected to grow by a meagre 0.1% over the next five years, trailing all other parts of the UK apart from north-east England.
Police in Ross-shire are appealing for information following a theft from a construction yard near Culbokie.
A north-east housebuilder is to employ eight new members of staff following a fifth consecutive year of record group revenue and profit.
Construction materials group Breedon, owner of quarries and plant around Scotland, including in the north and north-east, said yesterday it delivered “another solid performance” during the 10 months to October 31.
Three-quarters of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK construction industry are hampered by “cowboy clients”, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
A worker on the Aberdeen bypass was taken to hospital with head injuries after a falling piece of timber cracked his hard hat apart and knocked him unconscious.
This year's North East Model Farm and Construction Show drew a bigger crowd as it filled two halls of Newmachar's splendid Axis Centre.
A construction firm has offered a reward for information after thieves stole a six-tonne tractor worth about £30,000 from a north-east building site.
The north-east's leading house builder has revealed an apprenticeship gave him the vital confidence needed to succeed.
Confidence among Scottish construction employers has recovered following a slump in the wake of the EU referendum result, according to a new survey.
A Stonehaven-based timber frame maker is on track to smash last year’s record-breaking revenue figure thanks to its expansion into the central belt and England.
The Aberdeen-based construction arm of Robertson Group said yesterday that hotel projects were still at the heart of its plans, despite the hospitality sector’s struggles in the north-east.
An Inverness-based specialist house builder has invested £400,000 in the last year to help increase orders in the north and north-east of Scotland.
Marine equipment company Gael Force yesterday struck a deal worth almost £1million to supply a new feed barge to a Scottish salmon farmer.
The founder and executive chairman of Stewart Milne Group (SMG) is “optimistic” about the Aberdeen housing market’s prospects as the firm gets ready to start work on a £1billion development near the Granite City.
Profits rose more than 45% at Breedon Aggregates in 2015 as the building materials firm’s Scottish division overcame a “mixed” year to deliver record results.
Chivas Brothers has hired Elgin-based infrastructure group Robertson to build a road bridge to its visitor centre at The Glenlivet Distillery in Speyside.
Housebuilder Persimmon said yesterday that the oil price rout has put the market in the north-east of Scotland out of kilter with the rest of the country.
Robertson has kept its run of new deals going after winning a £15million contract to redevelop the birthplace of international rugby, the infrastructure group said yesterday.
A north-east construction workforce is facing redundancy this Christmas after their firm's vital contract with the local authority was terminated.
The Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign has today reached and surpassed its target with a month to spare.
An Aberdeenshire hotel destroyed during in a fire earlier this year could be reopened by spring.
Demolition work has started on a historic Aberdeenshire railway station devastated by a massive fire earlier this year.
One of the most popular chains in the world has been granted permission to build a budget hotel in a fast-growing Aberdeenshire town.
Work on a £3million affordable home development in the north-east which was abandoned after a construction firm went into administration will start up again.