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MJ Gleeson has secured a £40m funding package from Lloyds Bank for the expansion of its Sheffield-based urban regeneration business, including a new office in Liverpool in the next few months.
MJ Gleeson is to relocate the head office of its urban regeneration business from Fleet in Hampshire to Sheffield by September 2009.
MJ Gleeson is to sell its engineering division, the Leatherhead-based water services business with 950 staff throughout the country, to Black & Veatch of the US for £36m.
MJ Gleeson has sold Concrete Repairs, its Surrey-based division with 200 staff, to a management buy-out for £3m.
MJ Gleeson is to relocate its head office from Cheam to Fleet in Hampshire with the loss of about 70 jobs.
MJ Gleeson is to sell its rail engineering business to Morgan Sindall for £23m, with the transfer of 143 staff.
MJ Gleeson is planning to sell its building division to a management buy-out.
MJ Gleeson, the construction company, is recruiting 46 staff for three new offices in Leeds, Birmingham and Nottingham.
MJ Gleeson is considering plans to separate off its property division, in order to raise about £25m to invest in its housebuilding and construction operations.
MJ Gleeson has won a £20m contract from the Unity Academy Trust to build a £20m learning academy in East Middlesbrough, including sports facilities and a performing arts studio.
MJ Gleeson has won a £21m contract to build a community hospital in Farnham, and is now bidding for the £130m redevelopment project at the Royal Victoria Infirmary and the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
MJ Gleeson has won a £36m contract to build the Evelina Children's Hospital in Lambeth for the Guys & St Thomas' Hospital Trust.
MJ Gleeson has won a contract from Wilbraham Hotels to build a £4.5m hotel in Westminster.
MJ Gleeson is to build a £3m clinical research facility and offices at Manchester Royal Infirmary.
MJ Gleeson is acquiring Mabey Construction for £6.3m, in order to strengthen its position in the rail contracting sector.