Galliford Try Partnerships’ South East business has won two contracts worth a total of £163M in the UK.
Construction on the final section of the £1.3bn Queensferry Crossing deck across the Firth of Forth, in Scotland, has been completed.
Galliford Try Partnerships, the regeneration business of Galliford Try, has won a contract from The ExtraCare Charitable Trust for the construction of a retirement village in the UK.
London’s Gatwick Airport has chosen 17 construction and engineering companies for the next stage of its £2.5bn transformation. The appointment follows the visit of the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to the airport to support a second runway. The next stage of its transformation include building, mechanical, electrical and civil engineering works for low-complexity projects up to £1.5M and for medium-complexity projects between £1M-£10M.Gatwick’s development director Raymond Melee said: “These contractors will help to deliver the next phase of Gatwick’s transformation, which has already seen £1.3bn of investment since independent ownership in 2009.“Gatwick is growing fast with more than 41M passengers a year now travelling through the world’s busiest single-runway airport — a decade ahead of industry predictions. As we rapidly approach full capacity Gatwick stands ready to deliver a second runway.”The 17 contractors chosen for the development are Vinci, Galliford Ty, Balfour Beatty, Volker Fitzpatrick, Interserve, Harvey Group, Murphy, Kier, Wates, Marco, Dyer & Butler, Colas, BAM Nuttall, Raymond Brown, Gratte Bros, SSE Contracting and Ergro.
UK-based Galliford Try’s building division has been selected as preferred bidder for two student accommodation projects worth £102M in the UK.The unit has been awarded a contract by Newcastle University to build the new £62M Park View Student Village. The project will include the replacement of the existing 1970s buildings in Richardson Road, Newcastle and the construction of 1,279 study bedrooms across six buildings, ranging from four to ten floors, along with a new energy centre.The second contract awarded by Regents Godiva will see the construction of a new £40M project for Coventry University. Located at Godiva Place, the 24,500sq m development will create a 770-bedroom facility along with support facilities and a car and cycle parking for students.Galliford Try CEO Peter Truscott said: "We are delighted to have been chosen by Newcastle University and Regents Godiva to deliver such significant schemes."Higher education is a key sector for us and our success here in being selected for these contracts is a reflection of the capability we have demonstrated in producing high-quality accommodation and housing for a range of clients across the country."