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Opus Wins Constructing Excellence Award

16 September 2009

Opus International Consultants’ (Opus) Welsh Offices, based in Cardiff and Rossett, has won the prestigious Constructing Excellence Wales Award in the category ‘Leadership and People Development’. Opus are now through to the National Awards final to be held at Lords Cricket Ground on the 19th November, after being named regional winners at the Awards ceremony at the new Cardiff stadium last week.

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Opus Reports Half–Year Result

12 August 2009

Opus International Consultants Limited’s net profit after tax for the Half Year ended 30 June 2009 was $5.1 million, compared with $9.1 million for the corresponding period in 2008. The decline reflected the impact of the global financial crisis and economic downturn, especially in the United Kingdom and Australia, where Opus had a greater reliance on private sector clients who were more seriously affected by the downturn.

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Innovative Wastewater Treatment Plants Win Award

28 July 2009

Opus International Consultants (Opus) and Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) have won a Silver Award at the recent Association of Consulting Engineers of New Zealand (ACENZ) Awards for their work on the Coromandel Eastern Seaboard Wastewater Treatment Plants project.

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Safety Improvement Study Wins Award

28 July 2009

Opus International Consultants (Opus) have won a Silver Award at the recent Association of Consulting Engineers of New Zealand (ACENZ) Awards for their work on the Karangahake Gorge Road Safety Improvements project.

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Opus Forecasts Solid Full Year Despite a Soft First Half

3 June 2009

Despite difficulties in the UK in the early part of 2009, Opus expects to trade for the full 2009 year in line with market expectations. However, while New Zealand and Canada continue to perform strongly and ahead of last year, and Australia is only moderately weaker, the sharp contraction in the UK economy means that Opus will have a softer than expected (but still positive) first half to 30 June 2009.

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