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The Prince of Wales opens new W M Donald HQ

The Prince of Wales, Duke of Rothesay has officially opened the new Netherley headquarters of North-east civil engineering firm, W M Donald. The Duke was treated to a guided tour of the entire W...

Union Terrace Gardens contractor invites firms to Meet the Buyer event

Construction group Balfour Beatty, which has been appointed by Aberdeen City Council to transform Union Terrace Gardens, is inviting local businesses to attend a Meet the Buyer event to find out about sub-contracting opportunities.

Bancon Construction expands into Inverness

Bancon Construction has secured a raft of new contracts worth more than £20million, including significant wins in Inverness. The company has been awarded affordable housing contracts in Inverness with Albyn Housing for 46 units...

New project manager appointed for Countesswells

A new project manager has been appointed to oversee the continued progress of Aberdeen’s newest community, Countesswells. Chartered civil engineer, Ryan Swan, will manage the on-going development of the £800 million town, as plans...

Banchory firm supplies six outdoor classrooms to Inverclyde Council

A Banchory-based architect-led manufacturer of luxury garden rooms, extensions and new build houses recently won a contract with Inverclyde council to provide six outdoor classrooms ranging in size from small 4x4 unheated space to a full 60sqm...

North-east construction conference returns for second year

'Build It – Aberdeen Construction and Property Conference' is set to return for 2019 for a second year, taking place at P&J Live on Friday 29th November 2019. Build It was launched to provide a...

Wood wins multi-million dollar contract at Hinkley Point C

Wood has won a multi-million dollar contract to provide engineering and technical services to Hinkley Point C (HPC), the UK’s first new nuclear power station for more than 20 years. Effective immediately, the Hinkley...

Aberdeen Harbour welcomes longest vessel into port

Aberdeen Harbour has welcomed the longest vessel to visit the port in its history as part of its £350 million South Harbour construction. The 175.6 meter-long MV Beltnes arrived into South Harbour on the morning of...
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