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Birse Civils signed up for £14m in new work

Birse Civils has been awarded more than £14 million in new work with clients including Birmingham City Council.

The Balfour Beatty company has been awarded repeat business with clients including the council and Renerco Energy UK.

In Birmingham, Birse Civils will create a new traffic signal junction in the city centre at Jennens Road and Cardigan Street.

The scheme will involve widening Cardigan Street to 18 metres made up of 10 metres of carriageway and two footpaths, each 4 metres wide. The contract also involves associated service works, earthworks, signage, street lighting and drainage.

Work for Renerco Energy UK involves the design and build of five reinforced concrete bases which are founded on piles plus the construction of access roads to accommodate wind turbines at the site in North Clacton on Sea, Essex.

Birse Civils divisional managing director, Stephen Kennedy said: “We are delighted to be awarded these contracts and look forward to working with our customers to successfully deliver the projects. The diverse nature of these works demonstrates our range of capabilities.”

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