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Morgan Sindall joins Scottish supply chain

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Morgan Sindall has been appointed as a new tier 1 contractor for developer hub South West Scotland.

The appointment follows a supply chain refresh, which involved a competitive tendering process.

Hub South West Scotland works on construction and infrastructure projects throughout the region, including quayside developments, schools and colleges, and community projects.

“Key Supply Chain members are a vital part of hub South West, consistently working with us to deliver innovative, creative, whole life, value for money solutions,” said hub South West Scotland chief executive Michael McBrearty.

“Morgan Sindall bring with it a great pedigree in delivery experience, and we look forward to working with them as a partnering contractor on future projects, to further develop a sustainable future within communities across South West Scotland.”

Morgan Sindall managing director Harry Thorburn added: “Morgan Sindall has a long and successful track record in the hub South West territory, delivering transformational facilities and sustainable economic benefits for local communities.

“We are delighted to be given an opportunity to build upon this track record as a tier 1 contractor for hub South West and we look forward to working with them and their participants in the future.”


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