Two talented Furness College construction students have created an intricate arch of crafted brickwork after being challenged by their tutors.
More than 175 tonnes of floating concrete and more than 500 metres of galvanised chain have formed the platform for a new marina in the Lake District.
As many as 10,000 homes could be built to the south of Carlisle, after the Government gave the go ahead for a 'garden village'.
Students have been learning the tricks of the trade as part of a new initiative at Furness College.
New student houses have been built at the University of Cumbria’s campus in Ambleside in time for students arriving in October.
Construction apprentices from Furness College swept the board in a North West skills contest.
A new apprenticeship scholarship will give two construction firms in Cumbria the chance to benefit from the placement of an apprentice for 12 months.
A new 80-bedroom Premier Inn at Cockermouth will create 50 jobs directly and another 25 in the supply chain.
A vision to create 33,000 new homes in Cumbria has been backed by councillors.
Cumbrian construction tycoon Fred Story has joined the Sunday Times Rich List.
This is the first glimpse of a state-of-the-art engineering and technological training facility taking shape on the campus of Furness College.
Story Homes has secured planning permission from South Lakeland District Council for a 71 home development in Kendal.
The chief executive of one of Cumbria's biggest firms has revealed its huge turnover but says it just scratches the surface of its future plans.
BAE Systems has awarded the contract to Morgan Sindall plc for the development of one of the UK’s largest industrial facilities.
Plans were unveiled yesterday for a new Premier Inn hotel in a project worth approximately £5m that will also bring extra jobs to the area.