Education and healthcare schemes push contractor into first place ahead of HBG and Kier
Public sector health and education projects were the key drivers of business for contractors last month.
The largest of the four contracts was a £42m NHS LIFT public private partnership in Coventry, West Midlands. Also in Coventry, Galliford Try won a £23m deal to rebuild Caludon Castle school.
HBG Construction took second place in December, after winning three contracts worth £60.6m, including a £53.6m schools project in Strathclyde, Scotland.
Kier Group came in third with 12 contracts worth £42.4m.
The annual leagues for architects, clients and QSs stayed remarkably static, with the top three from November maintaining their positions.
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