Morgan Sindall

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Morgan Sindall has confirmed that its construction division recorded a £43.1 million operating loss last year as it changes the way it reports financial figures. The company said today it is revamping its divisional reporting structure to “better align its reporting segments with the business str

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall to build a new primary school campus in Kirkintilloch as part of East Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to improve schools in the area. The new building will be constructed at the current St Flannan’s site, on Newdyke Road. The project will see

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall is constructing a new primary school campus in Bishopbriggs as part of East Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to update its schools estate. Located on the existing Woodhill Primary School site, the new building will replace the existing Auchinairn

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A new care home in Inverclyde will shortly begin construction after the project reached financial close. The £8 million care provision is the latest project to be delivered by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde with its development partner hub West Scotland and main contractor Morgan Sindall.

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Morgan Sindall has reported a pre-tax loss of £14.8 million for 2015 after writing off nearly £47m on two old construction contracts for the Ministry of Defence at the Faslane Naval Base in West Scotland. The final cost of its floating jetty job and separate living accommodation and infrastructure

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Local children joined East Dunbartonshire Council leader Rhondda Geekie to help cut the ground for their brand new £12.4m school and early learning & childcare centre. The new two storey building in Bishopbriggs will replace the existing Auchinairn Primary, Woodhill Primary schools and Cleddens

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Morgan Sindall is to construct a new co-located primary school and nursery campus in Bellsmyre, as part of West Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to update its schools estate. Along with the design team, the firm was appointed by hub West Scotland, West Dunbartonshire Council’s development partner r

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East Dunbartonshire Council has given planning permission for a new primary school in Bishopbriggs. Lodged via architect Archial NORR, the proposals are for a two-storey school with attached nursery on Kirriemuir Road.

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Chris McNeill, West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) head of community health and care services, Councillor Gail Casey, chair of WD HSCP board, and Keith Redpath, WD HSCP chief officer, join other representatives for the official sod cutting at the site of the new multi-milli

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A £15.4 million project to build a new purpose-built education campus in Balloch has been submitted for planning. Holmes Miller, in tandem with Morgan Sindall and West Dunbartonshire Council, are behind plans for the Balloch Shared Campus, a new school on the site of the existing St Kessog’s Prim

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Developer Lovell is trialling a new tool which measures the economic impact of an affordable housing project on the local community. The Local Multiplier 3 (LM3) enables the company to see how much investment a housing scheme brings to an area by analysing where the project income is spent and re-sp

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Archial Norr has lodged a planning application for a new primary school in East Dunbartonshire. To be built by Morgan Sindall on the site of the existing Woodhill Primary School in Bishopbriggs, the new development will replace the current Auchinairn and Woodhill Primaries and forms part of the East

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New imagery of Aberdeen’s £107 million Marischal Square transformation has unveiled the type of building materials which will be used for the project. A special showcase event in the city by developer and urban regeneration specialist Muse Developments revealed that two-thirds of the mixed-use pr

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