An facilities management firm which crashed into administration five months ago has announced plans for new offices in Aberdeen and Stirling.
Richard Irvin and Sons owed more than £21 million when it crashed into administration in December, with the loss of 109 jobs.
More than 300 jobs have been saved at a north-east headquartered energy services firm.
More than 100 workers at a major city firm have been told they are out of a job just days before Christmas after their employer went into administration.
Richard Irvin and Sons has a new chief – its third in five years – as it ramps up the pace of expansion beyond its traditional north-east heartland.
Richard Irvin Energy Solutions will deliver maintenance and support at army barracks and military bases in Hampshire, Dorset and Northern Ireland under a new contract worth an estimated £10million.
Diversified Aberdeen company Richard Irvin and Sons says its decision to seek out more business outside the north-east and the oil and gas industry is paying off.