Chap Group

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Chap Group has warned of external pressures impacting growth ambitions as the construction firm posted a large increase in turnover and narrower losses. The north east firm saw turnover increase to £39.4 million during the year to September 30 2021, from £29.6m in 2019-20.

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CHAP Group’s growth plans have taken another important step forward with the appointment of Andy McNair to the board as its new preconstruction director and Ron Liddell taking on a new role as civil engineering director. Mr McNair, a chartered architect, will figurehead CHAP’s business d

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Work has started on three new council housing developments as part of Aberdeen City Council’s flagship 2,000 new council houses building programme. (from left) Councillor Marie Boulton (convener, capital programme committee), John McHardy (business development director, Robertson Con

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Young people at Fraserburgh Academy are enjoying access to a range of impressive new practical learning spaces following the completion of a £2 million refurbishment project at the school.

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Outstanding individuals and businesses from across the North Scotland construction industry were recognised for their achievements at the virtual Trades Awards ceremony on October 8. The ceremony was streamed live from the M&G TV + Stream Television studio at Mearns & Gill in Aberdeen,

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CHAP Group has welcomed Fraser Taylor as its new operations director. Fraser will oversee CHAP’s Construction and Civils production operations and will play a key role in the delivery of CHAP’s growth plans.

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CHAP Group is to sell its quarrying division to JKR Quarries and Concrete Products Ltd. for an undisclosed fee as it moves to streamline its operations to focus on construction and civil engineering. 

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Aberdeenshire-based Chap Group has said it expects a "marked improvement" this year after recording a £4 million loss in the 2018-19 fiscal year. Managing director Hugh Craigie told The Press and Journal that the group's construction and civil engineering divisions had remained profitable last

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Chap Group has lodged another appeal with the Scottish Government over plans to create a new quarry near Ellon. Aberdeenshire Council unanimously rejected an application to create the site for mineral extraction at Muirtack when proposals were discussed in April, despite planning officials recommend

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