Collapse of Mivan costs 98 jobs

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Almost 100 jobs have been lost after one of Northern Ireland’s main construction firms went into administration.

Merger talks at Antrim-based Mivan failed to reach agreement amid intense competition in the global market for specialist fit-out and building contracts.

Outfitting the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood and refurbishing the luxury QE2 liner are among prestigious projects the company has been involved in.


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