Raynesway Construction, the Paisley-based civil engineering business of Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering, has secured over £12M worth of work in the first half of 2011.
The contracts awarded include drainage and landscaping at Scotland’s National Arena, the largest purpose-built indoor arena in Scotland at Finnieston Quay in Glasgow for Lend Lease’s Project Management and Construction business as well as works at the new Park Mains High School in Erskine for Bam Construction Scotland.
The work at Park Mains High School, Renfrewshire is on a BREEAM construction site and as such strict targets must be achieved or, where possible, improved on in relation to environmental issues.
Commenting on the awards, Raynesway Construction managing director Stephen Scott said: “We are delighted to be awarded each of these contracts and be working with such prestigious customers.
“Our strong start to the year reinforces our presence as one of Central Scotland’s top construction firms and we are looking forward to successfully delivering these projects.”
Other projects include earthworks, drainage, substructure and car park works for a new Asda store in Stration, Edinburgh and the construction of an ash lagoon at Longannet Power Station, Fife for Scottish Power Generation Ltd.