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Rok has slow start

Delayed project starts meant trading in Rok's construction division was slower than expected during the first three months of 2005.
But the firm expects a second half recovery, saying: 'Whilst trading in the first quarter was slower than expected, with delayed project starts in respect of a number of publicly funded projects, volumes are now coming through more strongly which will impact in the second half.'

Rok's construction division has continued to grow despite a decision not to replace large value, higher risk construction projects being carried out by companies joining the group through acquisition.

The company has opened new offices in Brentford, Hackney and Heathrow.

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