Contractor ends quiet spell by winning most work in June; Laing was hard on its heels with jobs worth £116m.
Morgan Sindall has stormed up the charts to take the top spot in the monthly contractors' table.

Morgan Sindall climbed from 16th spot in May to win nine contract, including a £98m student residence contract for Nottingham Trent University.

Snapping at Morgan Sindall's heels was Laing, which bagged four contracts worth £116m, including a £70m aircraft maintenance facility in south Glamorgan.

Bovis Lend Lease emphasised its hegemony over the annual contractors' table, working on projects valued at more than double that of second-placed Kier.

Foster's lead over HOK International in the architects' league was cut slightly – last month it was £163m ahead, but now the gap has narrowed to £129m.

These tables represent schemes within the specified time periods that have moved to main contract stage. They do not represent work currently being carried out by the listed consultants. To qualify, firms must have been identified on two or more projects fitting the following criteria in the past 12 months. Project must: be of precisely calculated or confirmed value; have reached the main contract stage; be valued at £1m or more; be in the UK. Residential, civils or overseas contracts are excluded. Student accommodation is included.