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Contractors at the NHS Louisa Jordan hospital at the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) in Glasgow were applauded by NHS staff yesterday on the completion of the emergency coronavirus medical facility.

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The UK Government has given formal approval for work on High Speed 2 (HS2) to proceed as long as sites comply with guidance for safe working practices in relation to social distancing.

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Hector MacAulay, regional managing director of Balfour Beatty’s UK Construction Services business in Scotland & Ireland, has featured in an interview with The Scotsman. In the interview, Hector explores how apprenticeships are a mutually beneficial route to take for both young people looki

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The Scottish Government is to pay a further £65 million to the company behind the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) to prevent a potentially lengthy and expensive court case.

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Network Rail is soon to begin work on a £7.5 million project to refurbish and repaint the North Queensferry approach span to the Forth Bridge. The refurbishment work is being undertaken by Balfour Beatty which has won the contract to deliver a range of vital maintenance projects around the 130

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A company set up to deliver a number of new schools and community centres in North Lanarkshire which sued a construction company over defects in the development of one of the building projects has been granted a court order to enforce an adjudicator’s decision in its favour.

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Negotiations surrounding claims connected to the construction of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) are nearing conclusion following a lengthy period of negotiation, contractors said today.

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