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Amey is planning to create 70 jobs at Allerton Waste Recovery Park in North Yorkshire later this year.

Amey has acquired an additional 6,700 sq ft of office space at Colmore Plaza in Birmingham to house its highways, utilities and environmental departments.

Amey has acquired Aquatech Engineering, the Worcestershire-based water leak detection company.

Amey is to relocate its support services office and 500 jobs from Leyland to The Matchworks in Liverpool early next year.

Amey is to relocate the headquarters of its recently-acquired Enterprise support services business out of Lancaster House in Leyland in 2014, and is seeking a suitable location nearby.

Amey is to set up a new Traffic Scotland control centre in Queensferry this spring, with the creation of an initial nine jobs and the relocation of other staff from Glasgow.

Amey is to create up to 150 jobs at its Swindon-based rail engineering operation, having won a contract to electrify the Great Western line.

Amey is to relocate its Manchester-based infrastructure services office and 100 staff to the City Tower at Piccadilly Plaza in April, and expects to create 50 new jobs over the next year.

Amey has acquired Transportation Planning International, the traffic planning consultancy with offices in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Ireland.

Amey has acquired WYG Engineering, the rail consultancy with about 100 staff.

Amey is taking a further 6,098 sq ft of office space at Colmore Plaza in Birmingham to accommodate 80 staff working on a road maintenance contract.

Amey has confirmed plans to set up a new 46,000 sq ft support services office at Colmore Plaza in Birmingham.

Amey is in negotiations to set up a 70,000 sq ft design office for its support services business at Colmore Plaza in Birmingham.

Amey has acquired Owen Williams, the Birmingham-based technical services company with 800 staff in four countries, for undisclosed terms.

Amey has sold its Amey Vectra technical and environmental consulting business to Volvere for £2m.

Amey, the support services group with 9,000 staff, is to be acquired by Grupo Ferrovial of Spain for £81m, which will enable Amey to resume its place in the Tube Lines consortium.

Amey Rail is planning to recruit up to 100 army leavers a year from the Royal Signal Corps, in order to ease the shortage of signal and telecoms engineers in the rail sector.

Amey has selected John Laing as preferred bidder for its portfolio of PFI investments, and negotiations are taking place for the development of a strategic partnership between the two companies.

Amey is to set up a new Shared Resources Centre in Portsmouth, which will involve the relocation of up to 400 staff involved in accounts, payroll, procurement, human resources and IT.

Amey has won a £36m outsourcing contract to provide IT systems to Northern Ireland's public libraries, and will start installing equipment in May.

Amey is expanding its facilities management business into Ireland with the acquisition of a 33% stake in Irish Facilities Management.

Amey has sold its Donelon tunnelling business to Amalgamated Construction for undisclosed terms, in order to focus on facilities management.

Amey is to invest £2m in the development of a £10m City Academy in Middlesbrough, which will involve the creation of a centre for learning excellence for 1,200 students.

Amey is raising £42m in a share placing in order to fund the acquisition of a 50% stake in BCN Data Systems, the developer of technology to monitor security systems and cash machines, for £14m.

Amey is to build a new specialist hospital for the Northern Birmingham Mental Health Trust, in a £155m Private Finance Initiative deal.

Amey Rail has acquired Datel, the developer of railway information management systems, for undisclosed terms.

Amey is acquiring Comax, the support services business spun off from the government's defence research agency, for £86m, as part of a strategy to move away from its traditional construction activities.

Amey is acquiring Enviresponse, the environmental disaster recovery specialist, for £1.1m.

Amey has acquired N Jones, the asbestos management company, for £2.5m.