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New project director appointed at Countesswells

MARTIN Dalziel has been appointed project director to help drive delivery of the next phase of Aberdeen’s new £800 million Countesswells development. Martin, formerly of...

Trade bodies team up to deliver ‘no deal’ Brexit support

HAE EHA (Hire Association Europe and Event Hire Association) has teamed up with the AIF (Access Industry Forum) in a consortium which has been...

Jonathan Fair joins Construction Scotland’s Industry Leadership Group

JONATHAN Fair, McCarthy and Stone’s regional MD in Scotland, has become the latest appointee to Construction Scotland’s Industry Leadership Group (ILG). Having spent 30 years...

New research highlights sector’s productivity ‘crisis’

NEW research from Turner & Townsend has laid bare industry concerns around political instability, a lack of confidence in the market to invest in new...

Housing developer appoints new land manager

LOVELL Homes has appointed Clark Crosbie as its new land manager. Clark began his career in architecture before becoming land manager at Taylor Wimpey. He...

‘Subdued’ growth in construction output

CONSTRUCTION output in the UK rose by 0.1% in the three-month on three-month all work series in August 2019, as revealed by the latest...

Clarity welcomed over CPR guidance in a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario

SELECT has welcomed confirmation of how Construction Products Regulation (CPR) could be affected by a 'no deal' Brexit. The UK Government has announced that if...

Technology and engineering firm doubles up in Aberdeen

VIPER Innovations is to expand its Aberdeen operations at Moorfield Group’s Innovation Park in Bridge of Don. The subsea technology and engineering firm has agreed terms...

Ashwood HQ move paves way for expansion

ASHWOOD Scotland has announced the business is relocating to larger premises following two years of 'unprecedented growth'. The construction firm is moving less than a...

Cruden Homes (West) appoints new MD

FRASER Lynes has been promoted to the role of managing director for Cruden Homes (West). Fraser, a quantity surveyor, has been with the Cruden Group for...

Commercial property consultancy strengthens Edinburgh team

EUAN Kelly has been appointed a partner in Knight Frank's Edinburgh office. He re-locates from the commercial property consultancy’s London HQ, where he was part...

New PMI figures reveal extent of construction challenges

NEW research has revealed that activity in the UK construction sector in September declined at its second-sharpest pace since April 2009. The headline seasonally adjusted...

SBCC conference to shine a light on economic issues

ECONOMIC issues affecting the industry will be the main focus of this year’s Scottish Building Contract Committee (SBCC) conference. The Scottish Government's finance secretary Derek...

MKM attributes Scots growth to ‘stable and resilient’ building sector

MKM Building Supplies Ltd will open five new branches in Scotland within 12 months. The independent builder’s merchant said the investment follows 'exceptional' financial performance from the...

Brexit uncertainty impacts home improvement plans

A new study has found that Brexit uncertainty has caused a significant number of homeowners to cancel or postpone plans to make improvements to...

Two global brands announce Clyde Gateway move

DHL Express and Torishima Service Solutions Europe Ltd (TSSE) are setting up home at Clyde Gateway East Business Park in Glasgow, in a move...

Dundee demolition contractor switches to employee ownership model

DUNDEE-based demolition specialist Safedem has completed its move to an employee ownership business model. The move is designed to secure the future of the award-winning...

Principal contractor names new operations director

MARTIN McColl has been appointed operations director at akp Scotland. He joins from Ceramic Group Holdings, where he was director of its shopfitting business.  Martin...
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Local firms poised to benefit from UTG transformation project

DOZENS of companies from across the north east of Scotland have expressed an interest in contributing to the £25.7 million project to transform Aberdeen's...

Kier announces £245 million loss

KIER has announced a loss of £245 million before tax for the year ending 30 June 2019, whilst also warning that Brexit could negatively...

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