BUILDING group Amec has merged its UK design and construction businesses into a new design and project services division, employing 4,500 staff.
The move includes the merger of Amec's Birchwood offices in Warrington, employing 380 staff, with nearby Adlington. The 200 Adlington staff will move to Birchwood, which will result in some duplication of roles, but bosses hope to keep redundancies "to a minimum", they said
BARCLAYS has arranged a free seminar for small firms at the Speke Marriott Hotel this Thursday presented by author and business and marketing guru guru (g`r, gr` Robert Craven CRAVEN. A word of obloquy, which in trials by battle, was pronounced by the vanquished; upon which judgment was rendered against him. , from 9am t o 2.30pm, including lunch.
The seminar is part of the bank's' Brighter Marketing drive. Businesses who wish t o attend should contact Helen Tasker on 0151552 2836 or Michelle Wilson on 0151-801 3724
THE South Liverpool Construction Training Centre, designed by the Speke Garston Speke Garston is a Liverpool City Council Ward. It includes the Garston and Speke areas.
The resignation of Liberal Democrat Cllr Danny Hughes led to a by-election taking place on the 8th March 2007 which was subsequently won by the Labour candidate, Colin Strickland with a Education Action Zone, was officially opened today, offering youngsters the chance t o study for a qualification fully endorsed by the construction industry.
Collin Hilton, Liverpool's executive director of Children's Services, launched the event at Blackburne Street, Garston