Work includes £9m contracts at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee and a £8.1m deal for a new building at the University of Manchester
Contractor Galliford Try has won four contracts worth £23.2m within the health and education sectors.
The work includes 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 Try will design, build and fit-out a five-storey building for the school of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science. It will include pilot plant, academic and research laboratories, teaching and administration facilities, with completion expected by August 2011.
In Dundee it will develop the Nuclear Medicine Unit and Assisted Conception Unit at Ninewells Hospital for NHS Tayside.
It has also achieved financial close on a Liverpool LIFT project under its existing framework. The contract will involve the construction of a medical centre for Liverpool Primary Care Trust together with a library for Liverpool City Council and a sixth form facility for Childwall School on the site of a former library at Childwall Fiveways in Liverpool.
Galliford Try Chief Executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to secure this range of projects, demonstrating or ability to secure quality work in the health and education sectors.”