Museum of Liverpool and retirement village among contracts totalling £108m
Contractor and housebuilder, Galliford Try has won three contracts worth £108m including one under its new Environment Agency Framework.
The first contract, worth around £41m, is to build the new Museum of Liverpool – the first new public building developed in Liverpool this century. It will sit on the city’s waterfront and completion is expected by 2009.
The second project is worth a further £37m. Galliford Try will work on a retirement village in Nottingham building 255 apartments and 72 bungalows. Completion for this project is, again, expected by 2009.
The third contact is worth over £30m and will provide a 14 storey office block and 8 storey affordable housing building in Reading. Work on the project started in April and is due for completion in January 2009.
Greg Fitzgerald, chief executive of Galliford Try, said: “We are continuing to win attractive building contracts in our core market sectors and adding to our long term workload with new framework wins in our infrastructure division. In all of our work, our objective is to deliver first class projects for our clients.”