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Created 11 Dec, 2018
Cormac recognised for their commitment and significant contribution at Cornwall Sustainability Awards.
Created 30 Nov, 2018
Cormac helps local charity by supplying ten tonnes of planings to help keep their road open.
Created 26 Nov, 2018
The A39 from the Ball roundabout near Higher Trenant at Wadebridge, all the way through to Camelford, will be closed in phases from 7pm to 6am from tonight (Monday, 26 November) until Saturday morning.
Created 06 Nov, 2018
Sections of the A39 from Truro to Carland Cross via Trispen will be closed from 7pm for four days next week (starting 12 November) for full road maintenance. This involves gully emptying, sign cleaning, strimming, other drainage maintenance and sweeping.
Created 01 Nov, 2018
Sections of the A39 between Treluswell and Arch Hill will be closed week beginning Monday 5 November for resurfacing and maintenance works as part of the council’s strategic programme. This involves gully emptying, sign cleaning, strimming, other drainage maintenance and sweeping.
Created 14 Sep, 2018
Essential repairs on the retaining wall on New Road, Cawsand, will start week commencing 17 September.
Created 20 Aug, 2018
A multi-award-winning year for Jubilee Pool, Penzance, was immortalised on Friday (17 August) when plaques celebrating two of their wins are installed at the pool.
Created 13 Aug, 2018
Resurfacing work on Barbican Road in Looe will start on Monday 3 September, taking place between 9.30am and approximately 3pm each day for up to three weeks.
Created 10 Aug, 2018
Work on the new Stadium for Cornwall at Langarth, Truro, is due to start on Monday 13 August as Cormac’s Engineering Services Laboratory starts ground investigations on site.
Created 02 Aug, 2018
A section of the A390 at Gunnislake will be closed from Monday 6August for up to a week to allow essential safety works to take place on a wall assessed as being at risk of collapse.