Job is part of wider £250m regeneration plan
Nottingham council has chosen Galliford Try to redevelop an old car park under a £43m design and build contract.
The firm will be responsible for the development of the design to a sufficient level to enable it to redevelop the site of the former Broadmarsh car park and bus station.
The new scheme will include a multi-storey car park, bus station and the structural requirements to allow for a solar park to cover the complete footprint of the car park on the uppermost floor or floors.
Galliford Try will also be responsible for building retail units on Collin Street, Carrington Street, Canal Street and included in the bus station concourse leading to Tanner’s Walk.
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Demolition works, which were carried out by Midlands-based AR Demolition, finished in May last year.
The redevelopment of the car park is part of a wider £250m programme of works which is underway to regenerate the Broadmarsh area of the city.
The broader scheme will see the redevelopment of the Intu Broadmarsh shopping centre. Worth close to £90m, this scheme is being carried out by Sir Robert McAlpine for shopping centre developer Intu.