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2 December 2001

The foundation work for the two pylons of the New Carquinez Bridge presently under construction in California has now been completed. The foot of each pylon stands on 12 tubular steel piles, three metres in diameter. The 50-metre pile casings have been drilled out to a depth of 95 metres and anchored into the bedrock.

1 December 2001

HBG Construction has commenced the construction phase for the new magistrates courts centres in Derbyshire.

29 November 2001

Rijswijk / Dublin – Ascon Ltd [the Irish civil engineering company of the European construction group HBG] has been awarded the contract for the construction of the last phase of the C-Ring Motorway around Dublin, named the South Eastern Motorway.

27 November 2001

Rijswijk / Dublin – Rohcon [the Irish building company of the European construction group HBG] has been awarded a design and build contract for the National Aquatic Centre.

22 November 2001

Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 22 November 2001 - Ballast Ham Dredging bv has been awarded its first contract.

15 November 2001

HBG Construction has been awarded a £6 million contract to provide further facilities at the City General Hospital in Stoke for North Staffordshire Hospital NHS Trust.

14 November 2001

Rijswijk, the Netherlands – The merger of the dredging businesses of Ballast Nedam nv and HBG, Hollandsche Beton Groep nv, has been formally completed.

9 November 2001

The NISO overall Construction Safety Award for 2001 has been presented to Ascon Ltd. Ascon’s sister company, Rohcon Ltd, won the same award last year.

8 November 2001

Müller-Altvatter, part of HBG Bau, has started work in Berlin on the construction of a cylindrical marine aquarium and a parking garage. The amenities are part of the DomaQuarée Project, which combines shops, a hotel, two office buildings and an apartment block.

7 November 2001

HBG Construction Ltd, which is already working on several healthcare projects in the North West, has been awarded a £6.3 million contract for the construction of a new two-storey Oncology Unit at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool.

7 November 2001

Frankfurt, den 7. November 2001 Die Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG, Hauptniederlassung Süd, und Wayss & Freytag Schlüsselfertigbau AG, Hauptniederlassung Süd, erhielten den Auftrag zum Bau des Munich City Tower.

7 November 2001

Rijswijk, the Netherlands – The Enterprise Section of the Court of Appeal at Amsterdam this afternoon ruled that HBG, Hollandsche Beton Groep nv, and Ballast Nedam nv could proceed with the implementation of the merger agreement relating to the dredging activities of the two companies with immediate effect. The injunction imposed by the Court on 4 July has been lifted.

6 November 2001

In Salt Lake City, the University Light Rail Transit is running 10 months ahead of schedule, and will finish in time for the 2002 Olympic Games. This project is a joint venture between Flatiron Structures [subsidiary of HBG Constructors, Inc.], Stacy & Witbeck, Inc., and Geneva Rock. Flatiron's responsibilities include administration and IT support.

5 November 2001

The Highway Agency has named Nuttall, HBG's civil engineering company in the UK as one of the contractors to carry out the contracts for the construction of its technology projects over the next five years.

4 November 2001

In Florida, USA, 90 miles south of Tampa a handsome new bridge spans the Myakka River. Misener Marine, the Florida subsidiary of HBG Constructors, Inc., has almost completed this $24 million project in Charlotte County.

3 November 2001

The new Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, situated on the south bank of the River Tyne, will become one of the world's leading art centres with five galleries, studios and cinema/lecture hall as well as roof top restaurant overlooking the Tyne.

2 November 2001

HBG Construction has started building the £7.0 million Birley Fields office development as part of a major regeneration scheme for Hulme and Moss Side, Manchester. Client for the project is HBG Properties Ltd, which was selected as preferred developer by Manchester City Council in March this year, prior to planning application being submitted.

1 November 2001

Oily slicks on the River Calder at Mirfield are set to be a thing of the past. Officials believe hundreds of thousands of litres of creosote from a tar works soaked into the ground between the 1920s and 1974. Nuttall, HBG's civil engineering company in the UK, has put in a drainage system to stop the flow of creosoto in to the river and driven 150 metres of metal sheets piles in to the river bank to create a dam.

31 October 2001

HBG Construction has been awarded the contract for Building Six at More London, the prestigious regeneration and development project at London Bridge.

25 October 2001

Rijswijk, the Netherlands – The commission of inquiry that has been looking into the policy pursued by HBG, the options facing the company and the decisions it has taken this morning submitted its report to the Enterprise Section of the Appeal Court at Amsterdam.

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