Story Contracting

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Civil engineering and plant supply company Story Contracting has opened a new Scottish head office in Blantyre following a period of significant growth in operations and workforce. The family-owned company, founded in Carlisle in 1987, already has offices in central Glasgow and Edinburgh, and employ

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Civil engineering company Story Scotland has promoted Craig Lafferty to operations director, while also announcing a recruitment drive for new quantity surveyors and estimators following a period of multi-million-pound business growth. Craig’s appointment to operations director acknowledges th

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After a very successful 12 months and a host of new business wins, Story Scotland is building for the future by expanding its team of estimators. The infrastructure company recently secured a framework contract worth £135 million with Network Rail which will see the company deliver a wide rang

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Following a year of record growth and an exceptional start to 2019, Story Scotland has reached a milestone of 100 employees. Ben Seruvatu became employee 100 for the Glasgow-based division of Story Contracting, joining the company as a skilled operative at the beginning of the year.

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As part of its commitment to help with employability in Scotland, Uddingston-based civil engineering firm Story Scotland is up-skilling local residents in a bid to help them to re-enter the world of employment. Story Scotland, which is a business division of infrastructure company Story Contracting,

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Civil engineering company Story Scotland has promoted its director John MacArthur to managing director following an exceptional start to 2019 which saw the firm secure a five-year framework contract worth £135 million with Network Rail. MacArthur, who starts his new role on 1 February, joined

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Network Rail has announced further contract awards worth a total of £467 million. The most significant work-bank, a renewals and enhancements framework valued at £320m, has been awarded to BAM Nuttall Ltd. The framework will complete a wide range of projects including replacing and refur

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Network Rail has announced that Story Contracting has won a framework contract to deliver up to £135 million of renewal and enhancement projects in Scotland over the next five years. Glasgow-based Story Scotland (a division of Story Contracting) will help Network Rail complete a wide range of

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Story Contracting has welcomed a number of Scottish graduate engineers and trainees as part of its future talent intake. As part of its ongoing commitment to the continued development of its graduates, the infrastructure company held its first quarterly graduate development day in Glasgow this week.

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John MacArthur, director of Story Scotland, at St Ninian's footbridge in Stirling Civil engineering firm Story Scotland is expanding beyond the rail sector as it unveils a five-year plan to double its turnover to £40 million.

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A Broxburn-based diamond drilling specialist has completed key infrastructural work on Glasgow’s Queen Street Station tunnel upgrade, doing so on budget and ahead of schedule. Corecut was singled out by Story Contracting – which was awarded the track-slab replacement contract for the Edi

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