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Babcock


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.
24-Dec-2015


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.
15-Jan-2013


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.
15-May-2012


Babcock has submitted plans to build an international container terminal at Rosyth, which could create 450 jobs.
20-Jan-2011


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.
24-Mar-2010


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.
21-Sep-2009


Babcock International has acquired Weir Strachan & Henshaw, the engineering design and project management firm, for £65m.
22-Apr-2008


Babcock International has reached agreement to acquire the Devonport naval dockyard in Plymouth for £350m, but still requires approval from the Ministry of Defence.
10-May-2007


Babcock International is to acquire International Nuclear Solutions, the nuclear engineering services company, in a £39m deal.
05-Apr-2007


Babcock International has acquired the ABB high-voltage power lines and mobile telecoms business in South Africa for £4.5m.
14-Jun-2006


Babcock International has acquired Alstec, the Leicestershire-based nuclear and airport services company with 1,200 staff throughout the country, for £45m.
10-May-2006


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.
12-Apr-2006


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.
24-Jan-2006


Babcock International has acquired Turner & Partners, the provider of construction management services to mobile telecom network operators, for £4m.
13-Sep-2004


Babcock International is to acquire Peterhouse, the rail and telecoms maintenance company, for £106m.
23-Mar-2004


Babcock International has sold BMH Marine, the Swedish supplier of ship unloading equipment, to Catella Private Equity for £1.7m.
10-Nov-2003


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.
03-Dec-2002


Babcock International has acquired Service Group International, the provider of support services to the Ministry of Defence, from Hg Capital for up to £27m.
06-Jun-2002


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.
03-Jan-2002


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.
16-Feb-2001


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.
03-Dec-1998


Babcock International has bought AKI Dryer Manufacturers, the US producer of panel dryers for the building materials sector, for £4.5m.
09-Sep-1998


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.
26-Nov-1996


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.
16-Feb-1996