Wednesday, October 15, 2008

News: Rotherham's Horbury Group secures £25m of deals


A dedicated move into public sector contracts has paid dividends for Rotherham construction specialist, Horbury. The group has concluded contracts worth almost £25m on new hospitals, schools and other public sector developments in the UK, demonstrating a shrewd move away from residential contracts. The group has worked on the £119 Manchester Civil Justice Centre and the £560m University Hospital Birmingham, Sheffield's £19m J1 & J2 Riverside, taken by the Home Office, the £50m Thomas Deacon Academy in Peterborough and the £65m Castle Hill Cancer Centre in Hull. Trevor Wragg, managing director of the Horbury Group, said: "Horbury's move towards public sector has been consistent with the group's business plan, which is based upon providing the very best service to our clients and clearly counts for both private and public sector projects. "The group's success in this field means that we will continue to pursue increasingly complex contracts as the government maintains its programme to build more schools and hospitals."
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