Carillion

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The completion of work on the £745 million Aberdeen city bypass road is not in any danger despite turmoil at one of the project’s consortium partners, Transport Scotland has insisted. Last week construction and infrastructure firm Carillion continued a troubled spell after it issued a profit warn

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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is calling on construction firms in Scotland to help tackle the skills shortage in the industry by helping some of their community’s most vulnerable people get back into work. It has been predicted that the UK construction industry will create ar

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Infrastructure and support services group Carillion has completed a major refinancing deal worth £112 million. The group secured finance from German bank Schuldschein Market to replace funding arrangements that are due to mature in 2017 and 2018.

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Carillion Powerlines has secured a £49 million contract to deliver railway electrification works in Scotland. The contractor will electrify 74km of the Shotts line railway from Holytown Junction to Midcalder Junction between Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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Carillion has been awarded a seven-year contract to provide facilities management services for Nationwide Building Society. Expected to be worth approximately £350 million, the contract has the potential to be extended for a further three years and builds on an existing partnership of nearly nine y

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Utility firm Centrica has selected Carillion to deliver facilities management and project services in a contract worth £90 million. Extending its partnership with the British Gas owner, the deal will see Carillion work with Centrica for a further five years, which can be extended to seven.

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West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has announced the appointment of Carillion to deliver their day-to-day repairs contract from August 1. The contract builds on the existing relationship with Carillion which currently provides a high level of customer service delivering WSHA’s planned mai

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Richard Howson Extensive work to manage the potential impact of the UK leaving the European Union appears to have paid off for Carillion, which is remaining upbeat about its prospects for the year.

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