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Skanska reports revenue rise

Skanska UK’s construction business recorded an operating income of £30.8m in the first nine months of 2014 and revenue of £1,001.3m.

During this period, the company booked £1,229.2m of orders.

In the latest quarter, this included a £86.6m mechanical and electrical fit-out contract at the Battersea Power Station redevelopment and a £49.9m site-wide infrastructure project at the North West Cambridge Development.

A number of projects have been completed in 2014, including the new Thurrock campus at South Essex College, Crossrail’s Western Ticket Hall Box at Bond Street Station, two sections of the M25, phase two at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and Bath Spa University’s “commons” building.

Additionally, Skanska has finished a number of projects in the City of London, including commercial developments Moorgate Exchange and Bevis Marks.

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