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Tobermore Get Behind Ulster Rugby

Irish landscaping company Tobermore has announced they are extending their sponsorship of Ulster Rugby, with a two year deal running until April 2021. Welcoming the sponsorship, David Henderson, managing director at Tobermore said ‘‘We are delighted to be sponsoring Ulster Rugby and avidly follow their progress. The team attracts the …

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Construction firms boost jobs for graduates

Institute of Student Employers’ (ISE) annual student recruitment survey reports a resilient graduate labour market in the construction industry with 35% more jobs than the previous year. This level of growth was equalled only by the public sector, while the graduate jobs market overall grew 10% year-on-year. Since the 2008 …

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Norbord weaves magic with donation

Inverness-based wood panel manufacturer Norbord has plaid a blinder by assisting in the creation of an innovative weavers’ display. The company is supporting Prickly Thistle, a local tartan weaving start-up, by donating locally manufactured wood panelling to assist in the creation of an innovative display housed within a pop-up mill. …

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Scott Parnell achieves gold accreditation

Scott Parnell has been promoted to Gold Accreditation with Constructionline, the procurement and supply chain management service.   Constructionline, which only allows companies to become certified members once they meet a set of rigorous assessment criteria, awarded Scott Parnell with Silver Accreditation at the beginning of 2019. The company has …

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Pavestone rally: the convoy continues

Check out the latest Pavestone Rally gallery…. The 2019 Psvestone Rally saw entrants buying  a road-legal car for under £500 (the cheaper the car, the more fun!), dressing it up and hitting the road for four days to Lake Como. Dressed in fancy dress, they have to complete challenges along …

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John Nicholls Holdings continues to expand

Nicholls Building & Timber Merchants successfully implemented and opened a new Distribution Centre on the outskirts of Witney, Oxfordshire. The centre will relieve pressure on the existing Nicholls Building & Timber branch in Kidlington, Oxfordshire. Allowing branch staff to focus on servicing inbound and collect customers whilst maximising fulfilment of …

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JP’s New User-Friendly Website

JP Kitchens and Bathrooms has launched a new website, developed to provide their customers and business partners with a more user-friendly browsing experience. The new website portrays the ethos of a business that has been built on a service regime, underpinned by a wealth of industry knowledge and over 40 …

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Futurebuild’s new Innovation Partnership programme

Futurebuild is solidifying its commitment to driving positive change in the industry through an all-new Innovation Partnership programme for 2020. This programme is central to Futurebuild’s core purpose as the home of innovation. The latest and most forward-thinking processes, materials and products will be showcased across the event providing visitors …

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Urgent answers needed as cladding on hospital ‘likely’ to be unsafe

Unite, the UK and Ireland’s largest union, is demanding urgent answers after it was revealed this week that cladding on the unfinished Midland Metropolitan hospital is expected to be found to be unsafe. The revelations have emerged 600 days after Carillion the principal contractor on the project went bust on …

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