Galliford Try secures construction contracts worth £163M

WCN Editorial Team 6 Apr 2017 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Galliford Try Partnerships’ South East business has won two contracts worth a total of £163M in the UK.

Partnerships’ South East business secured a contract from Notting Hill Housing (NHH) to build the second phase of the Great Eastern Quays development at the Royal Docks in London. The £128M contract is the largest standalone contract signed by Galliford Try Partnerships.

The scope of the work will involve the construction of 468 homes, including 164 affordable homes. The company will be also responsible for the landscaping and public amenity works, and construction of 2,400 sq m of commercial, community and retail space.

The firm is completing the £85M first phase of the Great Eastern Quays development comprising 350 new homes.

A contract from real estate developer Almacantar for the Lyons Place development in London was also awarded to Galliford Try Partnerships’ South East business.

Under the £35M deal, the business will be responsible for the construction of 76 homes, commercial space and a petrol station. The project will include  47 affordable homes.

Stephen Teagle, Galliford Try Partnerships’ chief executive, said: “These new contracts further strengthen our growing Partnerships & Regeneration business in line with our new strategy announced last month.”

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.


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