Kier Group

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Kier has today unveiled a new structure for its UK construction business that it said will support the firm's ambitions for sustainable growth in its key sectors over the next five years. The new structure consists of five business units including four regional businesses, its maintenance offering,

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The first spades were put in the ground yesterday to bring the historic former Granton Station back to life as a high-quality creative workspace at a cost of up to £4.75 million. The project will be part funded through the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund and Town Ce

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Kier Group has kick-started its proposed £241 million equity raise to help tackle its deficit. The share placing, which is fully underwritten by Numis Securities and Peel Hunt, will be the final part of its turnaround strategy.

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The executive committee at Kier Group gained two new additions this week with the appointments of Alpna Amar and Sophie Timms. Sophie Timms is promoted to the role of corporate affairs director and will report to chief executive Andrew Davies. She will have responsibility for gov

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A two-year turnaround strategy has resulted in materially improved results for Kier Group which now hopes to raise funds to complete the process. Announcing a £9 million pre-tax profit from a £41m loss in the first half to the end of December, Kier said today it returned to reported

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Kier has held a UK-first trial of a technology to support its strategy delivering net zero carbon emissions. Through its work with procurement partner, Sunbelt Rentals, it is using PUNCH Flybrid flywheel technology on its Shakespeare North site, to assess if the innovation could reduce the energy re

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The journey to transform Paisley Museum into a top cultural destination took a major step forward yesterday as Renfrewshire councillors approved the appointment of the contractor to deliver the £23 million main works programme.

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In 2019, the UK parliament and Scottish Governments both declared climate emergencies and as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is now a sharp focus on building resilient and sustainable communities. This includes the buildings we construct - from how we design and build them to the comfort of

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