The London 2012 aquatics centre roof was built by Rowecord
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Rowecord Engineering, Newport: Hopes steel firm jobs can be saved

Union officials say they hope part of Wales' biggest steel contractor can be saved after it announced it will go into administration on Monday.

Newport-based Rowecord Engineering says its 400 staff could be made redundant.

The roof for the Olympics aquatic centre was among its many high-profile projects.

Brian Godsell, regional co-ordinating officer for the Unite trade union, told Peter Johnson of BBC Radio Wales they were dealing with the collapse of a major company.

  • 27 Apr 2013
  • From the section Wales
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