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May Gurney Environmental Services has won approval to set up a waste processing facility at Woodford Park in Winsford.
May Gurney has acquired TransLinc, the provider of fleet and passenger services with more than 400 staff at 20 sites, for £35m.
May Gurney is looking to double the workforce at its infrastructure maintenance operations in Scotland to 1,200 over the next five years.
May Gurney has acquired Turriff Group, the Scottish utilities contractor with 560 staff, for up to £14m.
May Gurney is to acquire Nordis Signs, the manufacturer of road signs for Northamptonshire County Council.
May Gurney has submitted plans to South Norfolk Council to build a new 34,000 sq ft headquarters at Trowse near Norwich by 2011.
May Gurney has acquired ECT Recycling, the waste collection firm with contracts in London, Somerset and the West Midlands, for £9.8m.
May Gurney Integrated Services has acquired Southern Household Waste Recycling Centre from Environmental Waste Controls, including waste contracts with councils in Norfolk and Gloucestershire, for an initial £3.2m.
May Gurney has acquired Willows Plant, the Warrington-based gas utility maintenance contractor with about 400 staff, for £4.6m.
May Gurney has acquired FDT, the Manchester-based telecoms infrastructure maintenance firm with 90 staff, for £3.5m.
May Gurney has acquired AC Chesters, the Staffordshire-based mechanical and electrical engineering specialist with 30 staff, for £5.1m.
May Gurney is planning to raise about £10m in a flotation on Aim to fund the expansion of its Norfolk-based construction services business.
May Gurney has acquired Hawthorn, the Bedford-based project management company, for undisclosed terms.
May Gurney has acquired TJ Brent, the Bodmin-based infrastructure services company with 18 regional offices, in a multi-million pound deal.
May Gurney is to seek permission to build a £5m rail depot on the edge of Norwich, which would handle mixed aggregates used in roads and construction.
May Gurney has acquired T Cartledge, the Chelmsford-based lighting contractor, for undisclosed terms.
May Gurney, the Norwich-based construction group with 1,400 employees, is to undergo a management buy-out for undisclosed terms.