After a quiet July, Bovis Lend Lease climbs 29 places – and stays well ahead in the annual contractor charts
Bovis Lend Lease was the star contractor in August, rising to first place in the monthly league.
Bovis made it to the top spot after its appointment as main contractor on the delayed £300m hospital project in Manchester.
The 110,000 m2 development also had a big impact on the architects, pushing August newcomer Anshen Dyer into fourth place.
Mowlem came in second in the contractors’ league, rising five places after it won a £50m mixed-use scheme in Strathclyde and a £20m extension to the Chapel shopping mall in Brentwood, Essex.
Business won in August had little effect on the annual contractors’ league, where the top seven retained their positions.
Among the clients, the government and the food retailers once again generated a large proportion of business.
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