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Towering success as Forth Crossing team reaches its latest landmark

A milestone has been reached on the new Forth Crossing with the completion of the central tower foundations on Beamer Rock. The event also marked...

Retro option

ALUMET’S retrofit system which was installed at its Warwickshire headquarters earlier this year was named ‘non-domestic retrofit project of the year’ at the recent...
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Good work – Training group recognised

TRAINING organisation CITB-ConstructionSkills has been congratulated on achieving an “outstanding” grading in its recent Ofsted inspection. The agency achieved the highest possible rating in areas...

Market place

Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK has appointed a director for market development to ensure it remains at the forefront of the infrastructure market. Previously...

Agency cash for building repairs

TWO mills, a suspension bridge and the country’s oldest working theatre are among the latest recipients of Historic Scotland’s building repair grants. Six historic sites...

Hastings in charge

INVERNESS Airport Business Park (IABP) has appointed urban development specialist David Hastings as chairman. While remaining chief executive of Strathleven Regeneration Company, he will...

Making their Mark

MARK Esling has been appointed business development director at Saint-Gobain PAM UK, the manufacturer of cast iron drainage systems for the construction sector. He...

New-look centre

A £4.7m project to transform Gourock town centre has been approved by Inverclyde Council’s planning board. The development is a priority for the council...

Model makers

BALFOUR Beatty is among the founder members of a new organisation that wants to put Building Information Modelling (BIM) into practice across the industry. BIM...

Still cleaning up after six months – Storm damage

REPAIRS and clean-up works have been completed at 21 Highlands sites affected by December storms in 2012. Members of The Highland Council’s transport, environmental and...
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Something has changed

by Mike Travers AFTER an enforced absence for medical reasons it was disconcerting to return to the fray and discover that little had changed in...
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Triple success for Glasgow business park

RECENTLY re-launched Glasgow business park, 100 Borron Street has signed two more tenancy agreements further adding to occupancy of the site, with an existing...
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Moving closer – Flood defence for Elgin

ELGIN’S £86m flood alleviation scheme is becoming more visible as construction activity switches closer to the town centre. Since starting two years ago the bulk...

‘Bid better’ boost for business

BUSINESSES in the north-east that want to improve their chances of winning contracts are being urged to sign up for bidding workshops. The Positive Procurement...
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Key staff changes for Hardies Dunfermline

IT’S been a busy time for Hardies Property & Construction Consultants in Dunfermline. Further to its relocation to larger premises in Pitreavie Business Park, the...
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School team – Hub selects Shetland squad

HUB North Scotland has made a number of professional appointments for the new Anderson High School project in Shetland. The team includes contractor Miller Construction...

Smaller firms get better odds at contract portal

MORE small businesses are winning work through Public Contracts Scotland, the advertising portal. Up to date statistics show that 80% of 13,308 suppliers awarded work...

Kate for Hardies – New building surveying associate

HARDIES Property & Construction Consultants has appointed Kate Bilbrough as an associate in its building surveying department. A specialist in the management of framework...
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Henry Boot announce project team for AECC redevelopment

HENRY Boot Developments, Aberdeen City Council’s joint venture partner for the new Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre, has revealed the team which will deliver...

SSE in hydro power pledge to work with local business

THE UK’s biggest hydro electricity scheme in five years is to be built in Ross-shire. SSE said it will begin construction on the £30m Glasa...
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