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ISG has added a further £6 million of projects to its recent tally of Scottish wins, which last month included £11m of secured work in Edinburgh. The latest two schemes in St Andrews and Glasgow include the creation of a new hotel and retail outlet and an office refurbishment for Network Rail.

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A Glasgow waste management firm has been fined after waste was illegally dumped in North Lanarkshire. CMI Demolition Limited received a £16,000 fine at Airdrie Sheriff Court after the company failed to ensure the proper disposal of waste from their facility between March and June 2011.

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(from left) Ulrich Steinmetz, John Burke and Bailie Liz Cameron A topping out ceremony that blended a mix of Glaswegian and German traditions has been held at CONNECT110NS in Queen Street, a new office development led by BAM Properties.

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City Building Glasgow has revealed it is pleased with its results despite ending 2013-2014 more than £4.3 million in the red. The arm’s length external organisation, which lost £1.2m the year before, says it has performed well in tough economic times and remains a going concern, with backing fro

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Subcontractors and suppliers from Glasgow are being invited to a free ‘Meet the Buyer’ event at Hampden Park on Thursday to line-up deals with major industry names. Constructionline is hosting the event session to help small businesses and SMEs meet face to face with key procurement decision mak

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Graham Construction has started work on a £7.5 million project to transform Blythswood House on Glasgow’s West Regent Street into state-of-the-art student accommodation for The Glasgow School of Art. The project will create 218 study bedrooms, all of which will include en-suite bathrooms. As part

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