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Field Studies Centre redevelopment begins from left to right: Councillor Marie Burns, Councillor Grace McLean, Councillor Alan Hill and Leader of the Council, Councillor Willie Gibson

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The cost of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route / Balmedie to Tipperty (AWPR / B-T) contract has been driven down by almost £220 million over the life of the contract, the cabinet secretary for infrastructure, investment and cities, Keith Brown has revealed. The contract to construct, maintain, f

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(L-R) Construction Specialist Apprentice of the Year Craig McVeagh; Adult Apprentice of the Year Daniel Deavy; SBATC Apprentice of the Year and winner of the James Birnie Award for Craft Excellence Shaun Kennedy; Civil Engineering Apprentice of the Year Sean Melville A 19-year-old carpentry and join

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Key junctions of the Aberdeen bypass are due to open by autumn 2016, more than a year before the road is fully completed. The Craibstone and Dyce junctions near the airport, as well as the Balmedie-Tipperty section of the road, are now expected to be delivered early.

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Edinburgh’s new £11 million St John’s RC Primary School will be built on part of the existing Portobello High School site, councillors have agreed. A report discussed at the City of Edinburgh Council yesterday outlined the results of the eight-week consultation carried out between September and

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Output in the construction industry increased by 0.7 per cent in October 2014 compared to the same period last year, continuing its year-on-year growth for the 17th consecutive month. Latest construction industry figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed that new orders in Q3 2014

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