I & H Brown

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Robertson Group has been named among 11 partner contractors to help deliver a building programme for Associated British Ports. The five-year £414 million framework covers all design and build jobs that will be carried out at 21 ports around the country, including ports at Ayr and Tro

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The Winchburgh marina basin was filled with water for the first time last week as stakeholders gathered to mark the completion of the project. Viewed by Winchburgh Developments Ltd, Scottish Canals, engineering firms I&H Brown and Sweco, and members of the Winchburgh community, the filling

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Work to improve transport in Clydesdale is pressing ahead, bringing the reopening of three important bridges ever closer. Ponfeigh, Clyde and Cleghorn Bridges had been forced to be closed after becoming dangerous for users.

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I & H Brown has announced with great sadness the passing of its founder Hardie Brown on Sunday 21st March. Hardie founded the business in 1964 with his older brother Ian. From a farming background, they started out as a plant hirer before evolving into a civil engineering contractor. The pa

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Winchburgh Developments has confirmed that I&H Brown has commenced work on a brand new 78-acre district park at Winchburgh in a contract worth £6 million. Pupils from Holy Family and Winchburgh Primary School visit the site. Image credit: Gary Baker Photography

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Perth-based developer and civil engineering group I&H Brown has reported a fall in turnover and profits as client funding issues took their toll on its workload. The family-run firm saw its revenue fall more than £15 million from £54.6m in 2017 to £39.5m for the year ending Sep

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Six West Dunbartonshire school pupils are gaining on-site work experience at Queens Quay as part of their Foundation Apprenticeships. Available to senior school pupils, Skills Development Scotland developed Foundation Apprenticeships in partnership with education and industry, with support from the

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Glasgow councillor Kenny McLean and Scottish Canals CEO Catherine Topley The widespread regeneration of North Glasgow is set to continue with a 600-strong housing development now underway on the former Diageo distillery site in Port Dundas.

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Clydeside Regeneration Limited (CRL) has appointed I & H Brown to undertake road works at Queens Quay, the £250 million regeneration project on the site of the former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank. The appointment represents the final infrastructure procurement exercise for the developme

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Transport Scotland has entered into a multi-supplier framework agreement for advance works as part of the A9 Dualling Programme. The first contract to be awarded under this framework agreement was awarded to Perth-based civil engineering firm I&H Brown Limited for demolition works on the Luncart

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