Kier Group

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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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Health Facilities Scotland has launched Frameworks Scotland 3, for delivery of new build, refurbishment and backlog maintenance projects across NHS Scotland. The Frameworks Scotland 3 model will operate over a five-year period for publicly funded health and social care construction projects. It offe

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Kier Group said today it expects to deliver half-year results slightly above the board's expectations after an improved first half performance. In a trading update for the six months ended 31 December 2020, Kier said there was an improvement in site productivity through the period despite

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All Kier entities have now been reinstated as signatories of the Prompt Payment Code (PPC) following the return of McNicholas Construction Services Ltd as a signatory.

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Kier Group has appointed Helen Samuels to a newly created senior role within its construction business. A Chartered Civil Engineer and fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Helen will join Kier as technical director in January 2021, from her current role as CEO of Bibby Marine.

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Kier Group has today followed last year's heavy losses with another plunge into the red of more than £273 million.

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Former Halcrow civil engineer Alison Atkinson is to join the board of Kier, the construction group announced today. Ms Atkinson is the chief executive officer of AWE plc, which she joined in 2005 having previously worked for Halcrow Group as an engineer and a project manager. She has held

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The accountancy failures surrounding the collapse of Carillion are costing other firms with government contracts millions of pounds in annual audit fees.

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