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Sisk contract win could create jobs for workers with electrical qualifications

Jobs could be created for workers who have approved electrical qualifications or taken electrician training courses after it was announced that construction company Sisk have been appointed on a £3.5 million scheme to renovate a police station.

The group has been appointed on the project that will see Rugby Police Station refurbished for Warwickshire Police.

Due to be completed in March 2010, the four-stage process is expected to take 29 weeks in total and the first half of the project already being completed by the company.

Chris Dyer, group director of the Midlands region, commented: "Sisk has wide-ranging experience in the refurbishment arena, particularly in live environment situations where sensitivity and care as well as delivery to time and budget are key priorities."

Work could become available for those who have taken electrician courses due to the need for a good standard of work in a police station where electrical equipment is essential.

Sisk as an annual turnover of £225 million in Britain and the group's founding companies can be traced back to 1859.

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