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Major water contractor rebrands under new name

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North Midland Construction and its subsidiary Nomenca have rebranded as nmcn.

With a £700M project pipeline, NMCN (as it is now known) has won several major contractors during 2018. In particular the firm has won a number of water works over recent months including the £55.5M Bellozanne Treatment Works in Jersey, as well as a place on the £225M South West Water H50 Alliance.

Away from utilities, NMCN has also been named on the £8.7bn Highways England’s Regional Delivery Partnership.

NMCN chief executive John Homer said: “We’re bringing the technical expertise and innovation that flows throughout our business within one united identity. Our success is, and always has been, built from the strength and experience of our people. Together, we’re creating buildings and infrastructure used by millions of people and for future generations to come.

“Our new branding is designed to future-proof our legacy and represents people being at the heart of the business, collaboration and sustainability and our progressiveness in people, quality and technology. We are in a robust industry position and the launch of the nmcn brand signals the start of a new growth era for us.”

He added: “Revenues have continued to rise, our cash position remains solid and a series of major contract wins are feeding our growing pipeline of work for the next five years and beyond. We are therefore looking to extend our team with an intensive recruitment campaign running over the coming months.”  

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