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Costain has acquired Rhead Group, the Coventry-based professional services consultancy with 550 staff, for an initial £36m.

Costain is to relocate its Manchester-based construction business to a 37,000 sq ft office at 1500 Aviator Way on Manchester Business Park.

Costain has acquired EPC Offshore, the Aberdeen-based oil consultancy with 75 staff, for an initial £9.6m.

Costain is to acquire May Gurney, in order to create a combined infrastructure and road maintenance group with a market capitalisation of £378m and workforce of 15,000.

Costain has acquired Promanex, the Warwickshire-based industrial support services firm with about 800 staff, for £19m.

Costain has acquired a 75% stake in ClerkMaxwell, the Aberdeen-based engineering and oil support services firm, for an initial £3.2m.

Costain is planning to recruit at least 200 extra people over the next year, including project managers, engineers and health and safety staff.

Costain, the construction company, is to relocate its Maidenhead-based headquarters to a 36,000 sq ft unit at Vanwall Business Park.

Costain has been selected as preferred bidder to build the £60m Diamond Synchrotron Light Source in Oxfordshire.

Costain has won a £8m contract to refurbish the West Wing at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London.

Costain is to build a £11m paediatric and maternity unit at Ormskirk Hospital and a £8m medical health unit at Countess of Chester Health Park.

Costain is to close its regional offices in Peterborough and Chandlers Ford, with the Peterborough staff relocating to a new regional base in Birmingham and the Chandlers Ford staff relocating to the head office in Maidenhead.

Costain has won a £13m contract to build new facilities at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shropshire.

Costain has won a £9.5m contract from Stonebridge Community Housing Trust to build a health and community centre in north-west London.

Costain has won a £60m contract to build a gas treatment plant in Barrow-in-Furness, using gas from the River Fields development in the Irish Sea.

Costain is planning to create 400 new jobs, in order to support its projects in the London area, re-establish a presence in the Midlands and tender for substantial projects in Scotland.

Costain has won a £9m contract to build a medical facility for the University of Glasgow.

Costain has sold its Foundation Engineering geotechnical testing business to Fugro of the Netherlands.

Costain has sold its Land & Marine pipeline operation to Smit International of the Netherlands for £11m.

Costain Group is selling Costain Building Products, the precast concrete products operation, to Tarmac for £3.6m.