Lady Paton The widow of a joiner who died of an asbestos-related condition will be allowed to pursue her damages claim against her late husband’s former employers after the company’s insurers failed in an appeal.
Esh Border Construction, part of £200 million turnover property and construction company Esh Group, is inviting potential suppliers to ‘Meet the Buyer’ on Wednesday 29th October at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh between 10am and 1pm. Suppliers and sub-contractors attending will have the opportu
Bob Hutcheson (left) welcomes Bancon Group’s new chief executive officer John Irvine North east housebuilder and construction firm Bancon Group has today announced the appointment of John Irvine as group chief executive officer.
Artist's impression of the new homes at Polofields in Edinburgh Miller Homes has announced plans to create 750 new homes in Scotland as the company prepares to start build on a further five sites across the country before the end of 2014.
Argyll and Bute Council wins silver award for bringing empty homes back to life Close partnership working between Argyll and Bute Council’s Housing and Council Tax teams on an innovative policy to deal with empty homes has netted national recognition and a silver award.
Plans for an innovative, ground-breaking replacement building for Waid Academy in Anstruther have been unveiled following the £330 million Scottish Government investment into expanded Scotland’s Schools for the Future programme.
Regeneration agency Clyde Gateway hopes to follow up on the widespread interest created by the 2014 Commonwealth Games by launching a search for new investors at MIPIM’s UK property show in London later this week.
(left to right) Colin Forfar, Schneider Electric (category sponsor), lifetime achievement winner Dennis Coppola, Hamish Miller from Cannongate Communications (publishers of SELECT magazine CableTalk) SELECT, the campaigning trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland, held a prestigious
As school pupils begin to choose their subject options and look ahead to their prelims, BAM Construction is urging Scottish school girls to consider taking up construction related university courses and apprenticeships in a bid to increase the number of women in senior roles in the construction indu