Bam Nuttall

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Scottish businesses of all sizes will have a unique opportunity to learn about a huge range of contract opportunities on two major construction projects in Fife at a virtual ‘Meet the Buyer’ event on November 4, as part of Fife Business Week. Delegates will hear about the range of opport

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Richard Prime has been appointed as managing director of Major Projects at BAM Nuttall. Following a 20-year career with the company, Richard Prime will lead BAM Nuttall’s teams, working in collaboration, to design and build some of the UK’s most sustainable, significant infrastructure p

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Ian Parish has been appointed named interim managing director of BAM Nuttall following the decision by current MD Adrian Savory to step down at the end of the month. Set to take on the role from October 1, Ian Parish rejoined BAM Nuttall in 2020 as managing director, major projects, and ha

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BAM Nuttall has completed the installation of the main span of the new cyclist, pedestrian and wheeler bridge connecting Sighthill and the nearby city centre following an overnight of the M8 over the weekend.

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A section of Scotland's busiest road will close in both directions next week as the main span of the new cyclist, pedestrian and wheeler bridge over the M8 connecting Sighthill and the nearby city centre will be installed overnight.

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A specialist survey to inform the final design and construction of the proposed satellite launch site in Sutherland is expected to get under way today on the A’ Mhoine peninsula. Regional development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) plans to establish Space Hub Sutherland as a cor

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Progress on the £250 million regeneration of Sighthill reached a significant milestone last week when the final section of steel that will be used to construct the landmark new cyclist and pedestrian bridge over the M8 was delivered to the site in Glasgow.

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Four contractors have been appointed by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) for the construction of a 600MW subsea electricity transmission link from Shetland to mainland Scotland.

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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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