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Peterhouse has sold Eve Shorco, its piling and trench support equipment rental business with sites in Glasgow, Andover and the Midlands, to Vp for £2.1m.
Peterhouse is to sell Jackson Civil Engineering, the Ipswich-based civil engineering contractor with 300 staff, to a management buy-out for £5.5m.
Peterhouse has sold Anglair, its compressed air and pneumatics engineering operation, to Airchannel for £1.5m.
Peterhouse has acquired Digital Surveys, the Newcastle-based provider of survey and data services to the rail and water sectors, for £0.4m.
Peterhouse has sold its Propencity division, which includes Jackson, Totty and Dean & Bowes, to a management team backed by Bank of Scotland for £23m.
Peterhouse is planning to acquire First Engineering Holdings, the Glasgow-based rail infrastructure provider, for £65m.
Peterhouse has acquired Hemingford Park, the Huntingdon-based shopfitter with 118 staff, for £0.3m.
Peterhouse has acquired AMT International, the Bedfordshire-based provider of management training in health and safety, for £1.7m.
Peterhouse is to acquire EPS Event, the German events infrastructure company, for £4m.
Peterhouse is looking to spend up to £100m on acquisitions to expand its building services business.
Peterhouse, the construction services company, is to acquire Eve, the access systems hirer, for £40m.
Peterhouse is acquiring ESS, the Wellingborough-based safety equipment and training company, for £3m, in order to build up its services division.
Peterhouse Group is to acquire Jackson Group, the civil engineering company, for £18m.