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Four marine science cluster companies are expanding into new workspace at the European Marine Science Park (EMPS) at Dunstaffnage near Oban after the completion of a £2 million fit-out of the ground floor of the Park’s Malin House by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). Malin House wa

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Argyll and Bute Council has pressed on with plans to refurbish Salen and Port Charlotte primary schools by awarding contracts for the works to two local companies. TSL has been awarded the contract for the £1.3 million project at Salen Primary on Mull, while MacLeod Construction Ltd will under

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Highlands & Islands Enterprise (HIE) has approved more than £4.5 million of funding to expand the European Marine Science Park (EMSP) at Dunstaffnage near Oban. The funding will be used for two new stages in the development of the marine enterprise cluster, a move that is ex

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Dunbritton Housing Association has won the Rural and Islands Housing Association Forum (RIHAF) Development of the Year Award for 2019. This award was made in recognition of Dunbritton’s most recent rural development of 26 social housing properties at Bruce Court, Succoth in the village of

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Isle of Mull contractor TSL has been awarded a £2.6 million contract to transform a derelict school in Oban into a thriving community hub. Oban Communities Trust made the appointment after it received the green light to start work on the main building at the Rockfield Centre.

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West of Scotland construction and haulage company TSL Contractors Limited has appointed Iain Lumsden as the firm's new managing director. Iain joins TSL from Balfour Beatty's North Scotland business where he worked for nearly 25 years, latterly in the post of managing director.

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A historic disused building known locally as the ‘Egg Shed’ is to be transformed into a new heritage and community hub at the gateway to the Crinan Canal in Ardrishaig. The £1.5 million project led by Scottish Canals will create a bespoke interpretation centre telling the story of the Crinan Ca

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John Forbes CECA Scotland member John Forbes outlines how Scottish SMEs could be adversely affected by the overly complex procurement practices coming down the line via the UK government’s £30 billion Crown Commercial Services Construction Works ‘Vehicle'.

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