Galliford Try building arm wins £82m quartet of projects
Galliford Try’s building business has picked up four new contracts worth £82m.
It Scottish business Morrison Construction has reached financial close with Hub South West Scotland and North Lanarkshire Council on a £26m project to design and construct the new Clyde Valley schools campus in Wishaw.
The project, which includes three phases with final completion in August 2016, involves the construction of a replacement secondary school for Clyde Valley High and a replacement primary school for both Overtown and Castlehill existing primaries, a new nursery and new sports pitches.
Down in the south west, the Brewery Square Development Company has appointed Galliford Try to complete the next phase of the Brewery Square regeneration project in Dorchester.
The £27m contract will see the construction of a further 15 retail units and 134 apartments and penthouses at the 11.5 acre site in the heart of the town.
Thirdly, the Building business has been appointed to a £16m contract by Brookgate Developments to construct a new 230-bedroom Ibis hotel in Cambridge on a Network Rail-owned site adjacent to the train station.
In addition to the hotel accommodation, the new six-storey building includes retail units and a 3,000 space cycle park and is due to be completed early in 2016.
Finally Vesta PC has awarded a £14m contract commercial office space in the heart of London at 48-49 Pall Mall.
The project includes retaining and protecting the existing façade of No. 49 while creating 4,129 sqm of Category A office space.
Aaron Morby | Thu 12th June | Construction Enquirer