Advance Construction Scotland

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Backers of a proposed £100 million housing-led regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock are considering an appeal to Scottish ministers following a dispute with a council over their planning application for the project.

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The Advance Construction Group has expanded its portfolio of services with the launch of a new specialist division WRS Structures Ltd that will deliver reinforced concrete frames and structured steel buildings, and light gauge steel contract works. The Bellshill-based company is spearheaded by manag

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Former Dumbarton Academy pupil Caiden Fisher has secured his dream job with AC Land Regeneration, a division of groundworks and civil engineering firm Advance Construction Scotland. The 16-year-old has just started work as an apprentice civil engineer based in the Bellshill headquarters of the compa

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Advance Construction (Scotland) Limited has appointed Campbell Evans as group sustainability champion. In addition to his current role as SHEQ compliance & sustainability manager for the business, Campbell will be tasked with reinforcing the company’s continued drive towards its net zero a

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Advance Construction is spreading Christmas cheer with a monetary donation to Love In A Box in Clackmannanshire. The organisation, which was formed in 2012, gives gifts to those most in need in the local area and hopes to provide boxes and gift bags for more than 650 children and young people this Y

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Young Newarthill boxer Martin Crossan has made his professional debut at St Andrew’s Sporting Club’s Friday Fight Night in the Radisson Blu in Glasgow, with support from Advance Construction Scotland. The super lightweight defeated Georgiou Andreou 40 to 36 in a fourth-round decision, af

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Advance Training Academy in Livingston recently hosted a visit from Scottish Labour's leader Anas Sarwar and finance and economy spokesperson Daniel Johnson MSP as well as Councillor Kirsteen Sullivan from West Lothian Council. (from left) Gary Logan from Advance Training, David Wilson of Advance Co

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Glenrothes MP Peter Grant has visited the former Tullis Russell paper mill site in Glenrothes where Kingdom Housing Association is developing 85 affordable new homes for social rent. The new homes will form part of a larger residential-led mixed-use development being overseen by Advance Construction

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