Galliford Try has won a place on Yorkshire Water’s £330m framework this week, as well as four contracts worth a total of £23.2m.
Under the water deal, which is a joint venture with Aecom, the contractor will undertake major upgrade works and projects to improve the quality of bathing water on the east coast.
The joint venture has already been awarded two schemes, worth a combined £25m. It will upgrade the Acomb Landing water treatment works in York and Caldervale waste water treatment works in Wakefield.
Greg Fitzgerald, chief executive of Galliford Try, said: “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Yorkshire Water with a service for their large schemes framework.”
The company has also landed four contracts in the health and education sectors. They are an £8.1m building for the University of Manchester; two contracts worth £9m at Ninewells hospital in Dundee; and a £6.1m medical centre and library for Liverpool & Sefton health partnership.
In Manchester, Galliford Try will design, build and fit out a five-storey building for the school of chemical engineering and analytical science.
In Dundee, it will develop a nuclear medicine unit and an assisted conception unit.