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Kier bags Middle East infrastructure schemes

Kier has secured almost £150M of work in the Middle East.

The Bedfordshire-based contractor said it had been named preferred bidder for a £100M mixed-use scheme in Dubai.

It also picked up a further £15M of civils work on a leisure park project in the emirate this month, as well as a £30M infrastructure project in Saudi Arabia.

Kier chief executive Haydn Mursell said: “These international awards are testimony to the strong relationships we continue to develop with customers in the Middle East and the breadth of construction capability that we can offer customers in this market.”

In the last 12 months, Kier’s international business has doubled its revenue.

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