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Osprey Heights – Uryside, Inverurie

Barratt Homes' Osprey Heights development features two, three and four bedroom homes. It is situated near Inverurie and only 16 miles from Aberdeen, set against the impressive backdrop of Bennachie. Miller scope: House plot earthworks - using the latest GPS technology Top soil strip Cut and fill Contract crushing

Chapelton

Chapelton, Scotland’s largest planned new town, will be a vibrant new community five miles south of Aberdeen. It will include an extensive range of new homes and schools, and a lively town centre. The 8,000-home town's neighbourhoods are sustainably designed: billed as desirable and fulfilling places to live and work. Miller scope: Earthworks for road [...]

Portstown Link Road

Formation of a northern link road connecting the B9001 (Inverurie to Rothienorman) public road with the B9170 (Inverurie to Oldmeldrum) road. Miller scope: Major cut and fill programme - using the latest GPS technology Aggregate supply

Balmoral Business Park

A multi-million pound business park on the south side of Aberdeen, including more than 250,000 sq ft for offices and commercial facilities. Miller scope: Bulk earthworks, including crushing on-site Disposal of inert materials, unsuitable for recycling Supplying aggregate from Findon quarry Constructing a substantial structural platform on which to build the business park

Prime Four Business Park: Plots 1,2,3 and 4

The first phase of this world-class business park, just west of Aberdeen, comprised three office buildings and a global training centre for international oil and gas companies. The project included complex service diversions and significant road improvement works. Miller scope: Bulk earthworks, including contract crushing Supplying 90,000 m3 aggregate from Findon quarry Plant hire Drainage

Torry Quay Phases 2 & 3

The phased £33m redevelopment included demolition and removal of the existing quay structure back to the line of a new quay wall and improving berthing facilities. Civil engineering works included: 600m of new sheet piled quay wall A mixture of bored, tubular and vertical and raking 'H' piles Ground anchors A new concrete structure, including [...]