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Wharton Engineering secures £5m work

Wharton Engineering has won three contracts worth more than £5 million.

The Darlington-based firm has signed deals with Cummins Engines, Healthcare North-East and Theakston’s Brewery.

These involve industrial work at Cummins’ plant, building a 50-bed car home for Healthcare North-East and converting old buildings owned by Theakston’s into a hotel and restaurant.

"These are three big contracts for us, and we expect them all to be completed in the first quarter of 2008," said Wharton Engineering owner Peter Wharton.