Keltbray acquires ‘some’ Dunne Group assets

18 August 2016

Keltbray celebrates an International Green Apple award win in 2015

Keltbray celebrates an International Green Apple award win in 2015

United Kingdom based Keltbray – whose demolition contractor business was rated the world’s second biggest by turnover in this year’s d&ri100 table – has confirmed that it has acquired some of the assets of the Dunne Group from the administrators after the construction firm went into administration in July.

This purchase includes the former yard and head office for the group at Bathgate in Scotland, as well as plant used for the construction of reinforced concrete structures.

Keltbray said it sees this as an opportunity to broaden its capability and services portfolio, widen its geographical reach and to respond to market demands.

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