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By Keith Wallis.Morse Diesel International and Lehrer McGovern Bovis, two US subsidiaries of British contractors, have won contracts totalling US$232 million (£155 million).The lion's share has gone to Morse Diesel, part owned by Amec, which has won three jobs worth $160 million (£107 million).The largest is a $117 million (£78 million) deal to build the 27-storey Orange county court house in Orlando, Florida.Work on the 116,196 sq m building starts early next year and ...

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