Andy Purdon HR Services Scotland has been appointed to deliver support to hub South West Scotland and work with companies in the region to bring them up to speed with the complexities of the current employment environment.
Graham Construction has handed over the £19 million Wishaw Health Centre to NHS Lanarkshire. Named the Houldsworth Centre, the building marks the third successful handover to NHS Lanarkshire and the eleventh successful handover for hub South West, having now delivered over £60m worth of projects.
The value of projects under construction delivered through the Scotland-wide hub programme has leapt 78 per cent in the past six months. Latest statistics published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT), which manages the hub programme, shows the value of community buildings being built by the f
Hub South West and Graham Construction hand over the new Hunter Health Centre to NHS Lanarkshire. From left: Adam Finch, independent tester, AA Projects; Darren Muir, funder, technical advisor, MMAG; Joe Dowds, capital services manager, NHS Lanarkshire; Gordon Richardson, contracts manager, Graham F
A group of young apprentices are to play a key role in a state-of-the-art new school campus development in the Garnock Valley. The new £40 million joint school, community and leisure campus will serve the Garnock Valley’s three main towns - Kilbirnie, Beith and Dalry - and bring together pupils w
hub South West Scotland has announced the reaching of financial close on the £36 million Garnock Campus Project in Ayrshire. The campus, which will relocate and merge Garnock Academy and Glengarnock Primary school on a greenfield site in Glengarnock, will cater for 1,500 students – 1,200 secondar
Graham Construction has been appointed as the main contractor for the development of a revolutionary new education development project planned for Dumfries. The Dumfries Learning Town Project (DLT) will see the redevelopment of Dumfries and Galloway’s school portfolio to deliver education on a who
(left to right) Brian McQuade, Kier Construction managing director; Stephen Parker, Kier Construction; Michael McBrearty, chief executive, hub South West; Provost Joan Sturgeon; Kenneth Gibson MSP; Cllr Anthony Gurney; Ryan Broadley, Kier Construction Work has begun on the creation of a £36 million
Kier Group plc, the parent company of Kier Construction in Scotland, has announced strong half-year results for the six months to 31 December 2014. Group turnover increased by 11 per cent from £1,432 million in 2013 to £1,583m, while pre-tax profits slipped down 2 per cent from £36.8m to £35.9m.
Local councillors Alec Clark, John McDowall and Alec Oattes with Bob Marr, contract manager, 3b Construction at Girvan harbourside as works on the new facilities begin Work on the much anticipated landside facilities for Girvan and South Carrick gets underway this week.