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Network Rail is delivering a new £33 million train depot and staff accommodation facilities within the existing Cadder railway yard, between Bishopbriggs and Lenzie, as part of the Scottish Government’s ongoing investment in Scotland’s railway.

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Defence secretary Ben Wallace has welcomed a vast building hall for the Royal Navy’s Type 31 frigates as a major milestone in building the next-generation frigates. Type 31s, which are being built by Babcock in Roysth, will be the beating heart of the Royal Navy’s surface fleet

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The first major engineering works on a state-of-the-art composite structures research facility will begin in July as part of an industry-academic partnership between the University of Edinburgh and Babcock International Group.

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Interserve has handed over the first of four energy-from-waste plants since the contractor made the decision to quit the sector. The renewable energy plant in Dunbar, delivered with project partner Babcock & Wilcox, has now been handed over to Viridor.

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Scarborough Muir Group has today launched a £250 million development masterplan offering industrial, office, warehousing and leisure space adjacent to the new £1.35 billion Queensferry Crossing. With two new land sales near completion, the ‘Queensferry One’ development spans 120 acres and occu

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Babcock has been awarded a contract to construct two Offshore Transformer Modules (OTM) for the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL) project in the Outer Moray Firth. Working with client, Siemens – Transmission and Distribution, Babcock will develop and deliver the Offshore Transformer Module

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Engineering support services company Babcock is to construct a reactive compensation station for the world’s largest offshore wind farm from its Rosyth facilities in Fife following the award of a multi-million pound contract. The deal by Dong Energy will see Babcock provide the station for the Hor

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Engineering support services company Babcock is set to develop a new multi-million pound state-of-the-art engineering centre at its Rosyth facilities as part of an ongoing programme of investment on the Fife site. The flagship development will have the capacity to accommodate more than 450 staff acr

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