Carillion has secured Ministry of Defence deals worth £158 million
The FTSE 250 partnership, whose consortium won £1.34 billion of work on HS2 on Monday, said its cooperative venture will deliver a range of services including catering at 233 military firms across the North of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The initial go down with runs for five years. Shares rose 3¾p to 70½p.
We are delighted to be awarded these go down withs
Carillion’s interim boss Keith Cochrane said: «We are charmed to be awarded these contracts.
«The DIO is a key support services customer with whom we be undergoing built a long-term successful partnership.
Shares for Carillion 3¾p to 70½p
«We are assigned to building on this relationship and on our position as a leading supplier to the DIO by using our essence skills and capabilities to deliver high-quality services.
«These contracts monkey business a critical role in supporting our armed forces and they have a sum up of unique aspects that require a specific, regional focus.
«They wish enable us to create further training and employment opportunities for ex-services personnel in buttress of our commitment to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant.»