Ex-Hawkins Orange-H placed in receivership by shareholder McConnell; owes creditors $30M

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 11 May 2018

By Rebecca Howard May 11 (BusinessDesk) - Orange-H Group, the McConnell entity set up to run down the residual Hawkins assets after the sale to Downer Group, has been tipped into receivership by its shareholder and creditor just 10 days after being ordered to pay $13.4 million over a leaky school.  In April last year, ASX-listed engineering consultancy Downer EDI acquired Hawkins’ construction, infrastructure and project management businesses from the McConnell Family for A$55.4 million. Orange-H Group, which remains part of McConnell Ltd...

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