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North east environmental technology firm Recycl8 has appointed construction industry veteran Jim Young as its first technical industry consultant. In his new role, Jim will leverage his 40-year construction sector experience to ensure the field performance of Recycl8’s product matches customer

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Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has announced the promotion of three surveyors across its residential and commercial operations in Aberdeen. To reflect recent growth and deliver on succession planning, the partnership has promoted residential surveyors Andrew Sinclair and Steven Wilson together with co

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The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has appointed Professor Mike Kagioglou, FCIOB, as its latest Vice President Mike is Dean of Engineering, Design and Built Environment at Western Sydney University where he also holds the role of Pro-Vice Chancellor, Global Development (UK & EU).

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Specialist construction solutions supplier Groundforce has expanded its shoring sales team in Scotland with the appointment of Stuart Clazey. Stuart, who will cover the west of Scotland, brings more than 30 years' experience in the construction industry to the role, with 20 of those years solely in

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A chipboard manufacturer has been fined £2,150,000 for health and safety failings which led to the tragic death of an employee. Norbord Europe Limited was found guilty of two charges under health and safety legislation on 1 November at Perth Sheriff Court.

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A construction firm has been fined £10,000 after an employee was crushed to death by an industrial drill in Glasgow. Core Cut Limited employee Derek McLean, 43, was crushed after attempting to manoeuvre a 3.5-tonne BROKK machine up a set of stairs in Glasgow's St Enoch shopping

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The recent procurement award season went extremely well for Scotland Excel’s New Build Framework - winning Scottish and national awards for ‘Best Procurement Delivery’, but also winning the ‘GO Excellence Award’ at the national final. We caught up with Graeme Sutherland

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A number of construction-based federations have now fully established a plant-focussed Sector Representative Organisation (SRO) known as the Plant Sector Representative Organisation (PSRO).

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Falkirk-based equipment hire company Your Equipment Solutions (Y.E.S) has made the move to employee ownership and handed its hard-working team control of the business. The firm has secured the future of 29 jobs by placing the majority of the shares into an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT).

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The first Women in Plant event, organised by the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA), has been hailed a success. The event, which sold out in advance, took place earlier in October at the Cromlix Hotel in Dunblane. It was an open forum for all women in the plant industry.

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Charlotte Church has won planning permission to open a green wellness retreat - complete with a “womb room” - at a mansion in a Welsh valley. The singer bought Rhydoldog House, which was once owned by the Laura Ashley family, while it was halfway through a renovation and has sp

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Paw Patrol's construction pub Rubble will take to the screens next year in his own spin-off of the popular kids' show, Nickelodeon has announced. Rubble & Crew, set around the character of the beloved bulldog, will debut on the children's network on February 3rd.

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A Dutch supermarket chain was forced to pull a World Cup advert featuring singing and dancing construction workers after a backlash from fans and human rights groups. The television commercial by Jumbo featured orange-clad workers smiling and laughing as they performed a conga line through a scaffol