Derbyshire contractor tops league with two big projects, but it’s business as usual in yearly table
Bowmer & Kirkland and ISG jumped to the top two spots of the contractors’ monthly league for June after they won a total of more than £170m of work last month.
Bowmer & Kirkland owed its number one placing partly to a £45m contract to build a Rolls Royce factory in Raynesway, Derby and a £28m B&Q warehouse in Nottinghamshire. ISG won a £54m deal to restore The Royal Festival Hall in London and a £18.5m contract to build a national tennis centre in Roehampton, south-west London. Despite this, there has been hardly any change in the annual top 30 contractors since last month.
Placings were equally static in the top architects and QSs tables – but in the client chart, the Department of Health has usurped the Ministry of Defence.
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