Kier Group

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A major plan to expand and upgrade Inverness Airport has been announced as the Highland terminal gears up for what could be its busiest year ever. Airport operator HIAL is to invest £900,000 to create a new standalone international arrivals hall, which will house Border Force and international bagg

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Plans for a new purpose-built, state of the art learning campus in East Ayrshire took a step closer to fruition this week as the project reached financial close. The milestone signals the official start of construction on the William McIlvanney Campus in Kilmarnock which will be delivered by hub Sou

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Construction group Kier remains on course to deliver its full year expectations, winning more than £350 million of new business since mid-November 2015, the firm said today. A trading update ahead of the announcement of its interim results on 17 March revealed that the Group's underlying trading pe

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An architectural render of Alumno’s Powis Place development Engineering students who represent the future of the construction industry have been given a personal insight into one of the most important projects taking place in Aberdeen – the creation of much needed new accommodation for academics

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Ayr Academy A new school has become the first of 12 projects to reach financial close after getting the go ahead by deputy first minister John Swinney.

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Kier Group has unveiled a number of boardroom changes with the news that one of its senior members was to retire. Senior independent director Richard Bailey has indicated his wish to retire and will do so on 31 January 2016.

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(from left) Gwen MacKenzie (Kier), Arjan Shan (Kier), Emma Connor (MacMillan), Callum Leslie (commercial director, Kier), Lynne Fraser (Kier) and Chris McGhee (Kier) Employees at Kier Construction in Scotland have helped raise £10,200 over the past few months as part of the Kier Group’s ongoing s

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(from left) Councillor Tony Gurney, Provost Joan Sturgeon and Councillor Anthea Dickson A new multi-million school development for Garnock reached a major milestone this week as hub South West Scotland joined representatives from Kier Construction and North Ayrshire Council for the ‘topping out’

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Kier has teamed up with the British Army to provide an opportunity for unemployed Ayrshire youngsters to improve their employment prospects through work placement training. The Armed Forces Employability Pathways (AFEP) initiative will improve the likelihood of them securing apprenticeships or emplo

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Kier Construction has been appointed as the construction partner to progress the next stage of a comprehensive backlog maintenance programme at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The work will focus on the redevelopment of the accommodation above the main entrance to the Infirmary to convert the existing war

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A progress report on repairs to Dumfries and Galloway Council’s flagship leisure centre has been put on hold to allow mediation talks between the local authority and its contractors. Remedial works at DG One in Dumfries were due to begin in the autumn but workers have yet to appear on the site.

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