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Frameworks help Esh step up social housing drive

ESH Border Construction has announced it is at the heart of Scotland’s social housing drive following a raft of new framework partnerships. The …

Contract win is milestone for Robertson Specialist Division

ROBERTSON Group has won £560,000 worth of work for SSE, marking the first time its Specialist Division will serve as a main contractor. The firm …

Latest figures show “strong growth” in new UK housing

New housing experienced “strong growth” in March according to the new UK construction output report from the Office of National Statistics (ONS). The …

Harris Finance to the four in Rutherglen

HARRIS Finance, whose commercial property division recently completed the development of two speculative industrial units at Clyde Gateway’s Rutherglen …

Bancon makes senior appointments following new business wins

BANCON Construction has announced senior appointments to its management team as the Aberdeenshire-based firm seeks to deliver new £12 million contracts and …

JLL announces Scottish-based ratings team

JLL has appointed two valuation specialists as it launches its new Scottish-based ratings team. Based in the firm’s Glasgow office, Niall Rankin joins …

“Challenging” north east market hits Stewart Milne profits

STEWART Milne Group has announced a drop in turnover and operating profit following “challenging” market conditions in Scotland’s north …

More takes leading role at Stewart Milne Homes

GERRY More has been appointed managing director of Stewart Milne Homes in central Scotland. He will take up his new position at the start of April with …

Scottish projects contribute to “solid” Kier results

KIER Group has announced a “solid” set of financial results, supported by the growth of Kier Construction in Scotland and the north-east of England. For …

Red letter day for new business district

CONSTRUCTION is set to start at Magenta, Glasgow’s new satellite business district, after project costs for the development’s first building were …