South East Wales

Job losses at LGA Limited engineering firm in Bridgend

An engineering and building firm which carried out work on Cardiff bus station has gone into administration with the loss of 32 jobs.

LGA Limited, based in Bridgend, had done work for several south Wales councils including Newport, Vale of Glamorgan and Bridgend.

Its previous projects included pavement and road improvements in Maesteg, Barry and Bridgend town centres.

Set up in 1994, its annual turnover was £6m and it employed 36 people.

"The Administrators are continuing to trade the business on a limited basis to carry out certain work in progress. Unfortunately, however, the majority of the company's employees have been made redundant," confirmed the administrators, Mazars.

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