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Babcock has won approval from Fife Council to build a multi-million pound 73,000 sq ft engineering centre for 450 staff at Rosyth next year.
Babcock has won a £30m contract to fabricate 74 subsea structures for the Schiehallion and Loyal oilfields at its site in Rosyth, securing the future of 100 jobs.
Babcock is to sell its VT Services engineering support and facilities management business in the US to a new company called VT Holdings for £61m.
Babcock has submitted plans to build an international container terminal at Rosyth, which could create 450 jobs.
Babcock has reached agreement to acquire VT Group for £1.3bn, creating a combined defence engineering and support services group with about 27,000 staff.
Babcock International is to acquire the UKAEA commercial nuclear waste clean-up business for £50m, with the transfer of 250 staff at sites including Sellafield and Dounreay.
Babcock International has acquired Weir Strachan & Henshaw, the engineering design and project management firm, for £65m.
Babcock International has reached agreement to acquire the Devonport naval dockyard in Plymouth for £350m, but still requires approval from the Ministry of Defence.
Babcock International is to acquire International Nuclear Solutions, the nuclear engineering services company, in a £39m deal.
Babcock International has acquired the ABB high-voltage power lines and mobile telecoms business in South Africa for £4.5m.
Babcock International has acquired Alstec, the Leicestershire-based nuclear and airport services company with 1,200 staff throughout the country, for £45m.
Babcock International has sold three businesses to management buy-outs, including IETG, the manufacturer of flow monitoring equipment, EPS, the German site services company and Eve Trakway, the site access equipment supplier.
Babcock is to recruit 450 new apprentices at Rosyth dockyard over the next few years, in order to produce the Royal Navy's new generation of aircraft carriers.
Babcock International has acquired Turner & Partners, the provider of construction management services to mobile telecom network operators, for £4m.
Babcock International is to acquire Peterhouse, the rail and telecoms maintenance company, for £106m.
Babcock International has sold BMH Marine, the Swedish supplier of ship unloading equipment, to Catella Private Equity for £1.7m.
Babcock International has sold BMH Chronos Richardson, the Nottingham-based weighing and packing group with about 100 staff, to Premier Tech of Canada for a nominal sum.
Babcock International has acquired Service Group International, the provider of support services to the Ministry of Defence, from Hg Capital for up to £27m.
Babcock International has sold its cement handling business to Langley Holdings for £0.5m, and is now negotiating the sale of its AKI plasterboard drying equipment business.
Babcock International is to buy the military support services division of Hunting for £61m, while Hunting has announced the £26m acquisition of the US pipe manufacturer Vinson.
Babcock International has sold its water engineering operations to Earth Tech of the US for £13m, which completes a three-year restructuring programme to focus on facilities management and materials handling.
Babcock International has bought AKI Dryer Manufacturers, the US producer of panel dryers for the building materials sector, for £4.5m.
Babcock International is acquiring the Rosyth Royal Dockyard in Scotland for up to £25m, having secured orders from the Ministry of Defence worth about £1bn.
Babcock International's process engineering division has won a number of new orders which will create up to 350 jobs at plants in Teesside and Crawley.