The wins, which also meant Bovis snatched top spot for the monthly table, included a £70m shopping centre extension in Warrington, Cheshire, and a £40m health and housing development for Queen Mary University Hospital in London.
It won a £65m office scheme in the capital for client Scottish Widows – a project that was also good news for QS Northcroft. As a result of the contract, it rose three places in the QS league to seventh.
The top six QSs were identical to last month, with Davis Langdon and Gardiner & Theobald still on top as the only practices with more than £1bn of work.
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