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Harrogate company lands major contract to maintain district’s public buildings

A Harrogate company has expressed its pride after clinching a major contract to look after more than 60 public buildings across its home town district. After winning a competitive tender, Robinsons Facilities Services has been appointed to carry out maintenance to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning in premises owned or

Mark Davison returns to James Heal

Mark Davison has joined Halifax engineering firm James Heal, as its service and support business unit manager. The appointment is the second time Mr Davison has worked at James Heal, the market leader in the design and manufacture of precision testing equipment and support services in the global textile industry. Mr Davison first

New chassis takes Twisted a step closer to producing ultimate 4×4

Yorkshire-based Defender specialist Twisted Automotive is a step closer to producing the ultimate 4x4 vehicle. In a joint venture with California-based supercar maker Lucra, founded by Yorkshireman Luke Richards, the Twisted by Lucra chassis has been developed to Baja race specifications and is designed to accept all derivatives of the 90,

Spencer Group wins four-year Erskine Bridge maintenance painting contract

Landmark bridge works specialist Spencer Group has been appointed to carry out a long-term maintenance painting programme on Scotland’s Erskine Bridge following a competitive tender process. Hull-based Spencer Group will carry out the £18m package of works over a four-year period in the latest stage of a long-term relationship with the

Smith Brothers begins construction on second Arlington Energy battery storage site

Arlington Energy’s colossal 1GW UK portfolio of energy storage and gas peaker projects continues to evolve. Smith Brothers Contracting Ltd has commenced construction work at a battery site on Greenfield Road, Bedford. The independent connection provider (ICP), will oversee all private, contestable, and EPC works relating to the 40MW assignment – from

National Railway Museum appoints new campaign director

The National Railway Museum in York has appointed Julie Moody as campaign director to lead the museum’s £50m, "Vision 2025" fundraising campaign. In her newly-created role, Julie will be responsible for overseeing a six-strong team as they deliver the museum’s most significant redevelopment since opening in 1975. Julie will develop relationships with