Construction company Galliford Try said it had won a £42m contract from University of Strathclyde to design and build the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland. The building will comprise three key components: a fully digital 'factory of the future'; a manufacturing skills academy; and a collaboration hub. Work was expected to get underway in the summer, the company said. At 9:49am: (LON:GFRD) Galliford Try Holdings PLC share price was +5.51p at 129.05p
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