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Tuesday 5 November 2019
Pre-tax profit at infrastructure and support services group May Gurney has risen 12% from £15.2m to £17m in the year to 31 March 2008.
Turnover rose 8% to £437m.
Profit forecasts upbeat as public-sector work keeps order book heavy
Kent contractor saved from disappearing after striking CVA deal with creditors
Richard Robinson spent 12 months as railway’s second-in-command
Zoe Price replaces ex-Interserve boss Gordon Kew
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