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Welsh civils outfit enters administration

Welsh civil engineering and building contractor LGA has gone into administration.

The majority of the 36 employees at the £6M-turnover business are being made redundant.

It went into administration on 29 October with accountancy firm Mazars appointed as administrators.

The firm is continuing to trade on a “limited basis” to carry out certain projects in progress by the contractor.

LGA operates throughout Wales and the south west from its headquarters in Brynmenyn, Bridgend, and depot in Cardiff.

Founded in 1994, it specialises in civil engineering and highway maintenance projects, including highway construction, highway repairs, street lighting, fencing, and town centre infrastructure improvements.

Its clients included Cardiff, Swansea and Newport councils and Bristol City Council.

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