Balfour Beatty

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Balfour Beatty is to pay more than $65 million in fines and restitution after it pleaded guilty to one count of fraud related to maintenance work at military housing installations in the United States.

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Work on a new transport interchange at Motherwell railway station will start early next year after approval was given for the £2 million project and Balfour Beatty was appointed to carry out the work.

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Development partner hub North Scotland has completed work on the new Broadford Hospital on Skye and handed the building over to NHS Highland. The successful completion of the 24-bed hospital follows the handover of the Badenoch and Strathspey Community Hospital in Aviemore in September.

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Balfour Beatty has declared its intention to increase the number of apprentices, graduates and trainees by around 60% when compared to its 2021 intake. The commitment will see nearly 600 new positions, on top of the 700 currently employed, made available to young people across its projects in the UK

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Will Smith has been appointed as the new managing director by mechanical and electrical engineering provider Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick. Will has over 20 years of experience in the building services, property and construction sectors, encompassing a variety of commercial and senior leadership ro

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Balfour Beatty BBGE HS2 Undergraduate Placement Student, and Net Zero Challenge Team Lead, Yutong (Abby) Li, discusses bringing together the brightest young minds to tackle arguably the biggest societal challenge we have ever faced – the climate change emergency. Ten of our young apprentices a

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Following Balfour Beatty’s 2021 Employee Engagement Survey results, Paul Raby, human resources sirector, shares his thoughts on how, together, the company is building a better future.

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Communities across Scotland are set to see a significant increase in legacy benefits created by local construction projects with the signing of a new Community Legacy Charter. In signing the charter, SCAPE Scotland and a collective of the nation’s leading construction, civil engineering a

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Fifteen contractors have won places on a new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructure and refurbishment works for the public sector in Scotland. The Public Buildings and Infrastructure (PB3) framework from Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) allows public sector organisation

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