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Name change at Carillion business

One of the last remaining businesses at Carillion not to carry the name is being rebranded next month.

PME will be renamed Carillion Planned Maintenance from 1 May – more than three years after the M&E maintenance services company was bought for £40 million by Carillion in March 2005.

In that time, PME has grown from 3,500 to 4,600 employees and has seen its turnover jump nearly fourfold to £650 million.

Carillion Planned Maintenance director Peter Black said: “The acquisition of Alfred McAlpine in February gave us an ideal to update our business name.”

Carillion has confirmed that the Alfred McAlpine name will disappear – although Enviros, the environmental consultancy bought by McAlpine last year will keep its name.