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Motherwell Bridge lands £10.5M cement contract.

Leading engineering group Motherwell Bridge has landed a £10.5 million contract to construct a central part of the first major new cement works to be built in the UK for 10 years. The group’s Mechanical Construction division will build the mechanical plant and also install the refractory for Rugby Cement’s new £120m facility now under construction at Rugby. The order, which involves the erection of more than 9000 tonnes of plant and refractory, will be handled by Motherwell Bridge’s subsidiary John Young Construction of Glasgow. Motherwell Bridge chief executive John Lumsden said: “Rugby Cement will be one of the most significant mechanical engineering projects undertaken in the UK this year and we are delighted to be part of the team which will build this major new facility.”