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UK contracting giant Balfour Beatty has issued a new profit warning, after announcing that its 2015 results will be hit by a "shortfall" of £120m-£150m. The company said a review of its businesses had continued to "identify legacy issues" in the UK, US and Middle East which would hit profits.

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Glasgow-based construction and civil engineering firm RJ McLeod has delivered a "healthy" profits rise following a significant leap in turnover in its latest financial year - despite conditions remaining tough in its core markets. The company, which works on road, infrastructure, marine, waste and p

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Greg Fitzgerald Housebuilding and construction group Galliford Try has said it is on course for a record year with profits likely to be at the upper end of market expectations on the back of its acquisition of Edinburgh-based Miller Construction a year ago.

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The awards have been submitted and the judges have spoken - it is now time to announce the shortlist for the inaugural Structural Timber Awards. With over 160 entries across 14 categories, this year's awards have been packed full of outstanding, pioneering projects, products and people.

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Developer Sheratan Ltd has put forward proposals for a new housing development, primary school and parkland at Edmonstone Estate in the Little France area of Edinburgh. The company has lodged a proposal of application notice (PAN) for the new development, to be called Edmonstone Home Farm, signifyin

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Stan McGill Stan McGill, who turned a small Dundee electrical firm into one of Scotland’s top 500 companies has announced that he is to retire after 34 years in the trade.

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Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) tenants have moved into fifty new affordable homes at developments in Sixth Street, Uddingston and Patchy Park, Larkhall. The high-quality, energy-efficient and “much-needed” homes were completed by Glasgow-based firm CCG (Scotland) Ltd, one of Scotland’

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has completed and handed over its works on the River Ness Flood Alleviation scheme. The £25 million project, which is designed to protect homes and businesses in Inverness and funded by the Scottish Government and The Highland Council, is split

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Kirkcaldy is to benefit from a new project by Kingdom Housing Association which will see the construction of 15 new affordable, energy-efficient homes at a cost of £1.5 million.

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