Work has fully resumed at this Northern Irish firm’s civil engineering and construction sites across the UK, after being curtailed at the start of the pandemic. The Co Antrim company, which was founded in 1853, helped build a £100m critical care unit at King’s College Hospital in London, which housed Covid-19 patients. Sales rose 21% to hit £513.4m last year under chief executive Philip Cheevers, 58, and current projects include Liverpool FC’s new £38m training facility.
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