Tuesday, November 24, 2009

News: Horbury Group secures three more contracts


Rotherham construction industry experts, The Horbury Group has secured three national contracts worth more than £1.1 million.

Subsidiary, Titan Ceilings has gained cross-sector contracts in Gateshead, Sunderland and Retford in Nottinghamshire for some of the country's leading contractors.

In Gateshead, the company has been appointed by Willmott Dixon to install partitions and suspended ceilings at the new multi-million combined leisure centre and primary care centre, located in Blaydon, in a contract worth £550,000.

In a contract worth a further £500,000, the company will also complete ceiling, dry lining and joinery work to the redevelopment of Sunderland train station, having being appointed by leading engineering construction provider, BAM Nuttall.

Titan has been appointed by Herbert Baggaley Construction Ltd in a £140,000 contract to carry out the installation of suspended ceilings and dry lining at Rampton Hospital in Retford, where the modernisation of the existing three wards for personality disorder patients will take place.

Andy Gordon, director of Titan Ceilings, said: "The three new contracts are testament to our ever increasing national reputation for delivering quality work on national projects across varying industry sectors.

"It is fantastic to be increasingly recognised, allowing us to secure contracts of a high value. We are looking forward to continuing this success throughout 2010."

Trevor Wragg, managing director of the Horbury Group, said: "Titan Ceilings continues to play an important role within the Horbury Group's portfolio of companies and it is fantastic to witness their successes."

Horbury Group website

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