Farrans Construction

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The Scottish Government-backed A92/A96 Haudagain improvement project opens to traffic today, delivering 500 metres of new dual carriageway, allowing road users in Aberdeen to bypass an area well known for causing significant queues and delays for traffic.

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Civil engineering and building contractor Farrans Construction is celebrating 75 years in Scotland having completed over 1GW of windfarms, enough to power 750,000 homes in the country. The contractor is currently on site on a number of strategically important, high-profile infrastructure and renewab

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Procurement Hub, part of Places for People, has appointed Robertson Construction Group to the Scotland lot of its new major projects framework following a strict procurement process. The £4.2 billion Major Projects Framework will be the second iteration, building upon the success and stre

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Farrans has appointed Barry McLean as regional director for its civil engineering division in Scotland. Barry joins Farrans with extensive experience in a variety of senior positions for self-performing main contractors and previously worked in his native Scotland, the Middle East and South East Asi

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Building and civil engineering contractor Farrans has started 2020 by announcing the appointment of Jim Steele as its new Scottish regional director civils. Well-known in Scottish civil engineering circles having held senior positions in the industry, Jim was recently a board director at Galliford T

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Transport Scotland has named Farrans Construction as the preferred contractor to deliver the A90/A96 Haudagain Improvement project in Aberdeen. The firm was named on a final shortlist of two in March alongside Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering Ltd, which pulled out of the running later in the year.

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How the tram would look travelling along Constitution Street The City of Edinburgh Council has announced the four bidders shortlisted for the Infrastructure and Systems work on the proposed tram line extension to Newhaven as the completion of the Final Business Case for the project edges closer.

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Transport Scotland has announced that two bidders will be competing to deliver the A90/A96 Haudagain Improvement project in Aberdeen. The two shortlisted bidders are Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering Ltd and Farrans Construction.

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The first section of dual-carriageway to be built as part of the A9 dualling programme will be open to traffic in the coming days as companies bidding to construct the next sections are revealed. Cabinet secretary for economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, announced the news during a visit to ins

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsYVmnAhAhg Transport Scotland is to award a contract to construct the A737 Dalry Bypass to Farrans Roadbridge Joint Venture, subject to a mandatory standstill period.

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Transport Scotland has announced the names of the four bidders competing to build the new A737 Dalry Bypass. The shortlisted bidders for the 4 kilometre long project are: Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering Limited, Farrans Construction and Roadbridge, Interserve Construction Limited and John Paul Cons

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