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Kier topped the contractor table for the second time in three months as the festive slowdown dragged overall wins to their second lowest total of 2017.
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A stand-out total of 30 contracts in just one month gave Kier top spot in the monthly league table for October, as the value of combined wins recovered from September’s crash.
Bam Nuttall’s early engagement on a vital part of line between Edinburgh and Inverness enabled it to fine-tune a high-pressure 10-day possession of the track.
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May was the busiest month for the top 50 contractor league so far this year as combined wins hit £4.5bn.
Top-50 contract wins posted strong year-on-year growth in April as Galliford Try headed the monthly table and climbed to fourth place in the annual league.
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