Score Group has said no staff were "exposed" to asbestos particles after the firm was served with an improvement notice by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
A north-east business has lodged a retrospective planning application after being ordered to stop demolishing a listed building.
Aberdeenshire Council has ordered the owners of a listed building to call off the diggers pending an investigation.
Revenue at Score Group rose above the £200 million mark for the first time in the Peterhead-based engineering firm’s history in 2017-18.
Success on the continent for one of the north-east’s biggest employers could lead to the creation of a number of new jobs in Peterhead.
The last boss of failed construction giant Carillion has been handed a new role as chairman of Score Group.
Score Group’s Conrad Ritchie is the latest winner of the annual Grampian Industrialist of the Year.
Score Group has reported “favourable and positive” results for a financial year overshadowed by the death of the north-east firm’s founder and chairman.
Peterhead-based engineering firm Score Group celebrated the graduations of almost 50 apprentices earlier this month.
More than a dozen apprentices left high and dry by the closure of an Aberdeen organisation have found a new training centre – 30miles up the road in Peterhead.
More than 100 apprentices left in the lurch by the closure of Aberdeen organisation ITCA are likely to be offered several routes back into training.
A north-east entrepreneur who founded and built a successful international engineering group was posthumously honoured with a lifetime achievement award at an event attended by 600 people in Aberdeen last night.
A subsidiary of north-east engineering company Score Group has unveiled a new deepwater test tank at its new facilities in Peterhead.
Charles Ritchie, founder of Peterhead based oil and gas engineering firm Score Group, has died aged 69.
North-east firm Score Group said it had “successfully embraced the new norm” of one of its key markets as it reported a 45% surge in profits.
The SNP has been criticised after accusing companies complaining about business rate increases of being “Tory cronies”.
A north-east college has teamed up with Fraserburgh Academy to deliver a unique new course, designed to attract more women interested in pursuing maths and science careers.
A major North-east engineering firm has announced it will enter a consultation process regarding potential redundancies.
A nosedive in spending at cash-strapped oil and gas companies has inflicted an 82% drop in profits at Peterhead’s Score Group. Profits also took a tumble at Kintore-based Ferguson Group, which supplies offshore accommodation modules and containers for the international energy industry Score chairman Charles Ritchie said the global engineering firm had an “overhead structure” designed to cater for revenue streams in excess of £200million.
Score Group has unveiled plans to spend around £80million on new headquarters and other buildings in its home town of Peterhead. But a further plunge in oil prices could kill off the project, the company’s owner has warned. The proposals are at an early stage and no approach has been made to Aberdeenshire Council for planning approval.