Green light for 29-storey Anchorage Gateway was given in October
Manchester contractor Domis Construction has won the job to build a £75m mixed-use tower in Salford Quays for developer Cole Waterhouse.
The 29-storey scheme, known as Anchorage Gateway, will include 4,000sq ft of commercial space and 27 residential storeys providing 290 homes.
The Chapman Taylor-designed scheme was given the green light by the city council in October after a series of design changes which added two shared terraces for residents and several rooftop apartments.
Planning consultant WSP, structural engineer Renaissance, M&E contractor Novo, landscape architect Exterior Architecture, project manager and QS Henry Riley are also on the project team.
A spokesperson for Cole Waterhouse said the scheme is expected to start on site next March following enabling works in January to demolish an existing office building on the site.
Domis is also building the developer’s No1 Old Trafford, a two-tower 245-home scheme also valued at £75m located next to Manchester United’s football ground.