Sub Hunter

Sub Hunter helps specialist contractors find work with main contractors. This list contains the latest awards with contact details for main contractors.

01 Student accommodation – £34m

Winner: Wates

Location: London

Start: April 2014

Completion: Summer 2015

Contact:

Wates House
Station Approach
Leatherhead
Surrey KT22 7SW
Tel: 01372 861000

Subbies:

Wates started a £34m contract to build a new 19-storey student accommodation tower and adjacent office block in Aldgate.

Client UKSA 60 CR Sarl has appointed Wates to deliver a £27.5m 19-storey student accommodation tower at 60 Commercial Road and an adjacent £6.45m speculative office development at Back Church Lane.

The project has been designed by Buckley, Gray and Yeoman and both buildings are due to reach completion in summer 2015.

02 Green Business Park – £11.6m

Winner: Midas Construction

Location: South Bristol

Start: March 2014

Completion: February 2015

Contact:

Midas House
Winterstoke Road
Bristol
BS3 2LF

Telephone: 0117 305 2100

Subbies:

Midas is building the new £11.6m Filwood Green Business Park in South Bristol.

Designed by architect Stride Treglown it will provide 40,000 sq ft of workshop and office space and is expected to support 350 jobs.

It will be the only BREEAM Outstanding office building in the whole of the South West and will kick-start Bristol’s status as European Green Capital in 2015.

The finished business park will produce 20% of its energy on site from renewable sources and will include a wetland ecology area, electric vehicle charging points, new cycling and walking routes and shower facilities for cyclists.

Derek Quinn, executive director at Midas Construction, said: "Our policy of employing local contractors and skills whenever possible will also be particularly good news for the local economy, and jobs."

03 Cinema complex – £10.5m

Winner: Wates

Location: Stoke-on-Trent

Start: March 2014

Completion: Spring 2015

Contact:

Wates Manchester
4th Floor
The Royals
353 Altrincham Road
Sharston
Manchester M22 4BJ
Tel: 0161 946 8800

Subbies:

Wates Construction has been awarded a £12.5m contract to build a brand new cinema and leisure complex at intu Potteries Shopping Centre in Stoke-on-Trent.

Appointed by intu, Wates will now deliver the much-anticipated new-build extension to the shopping centre, which will become part of a £20m leisure and catering development.

The 58,000 sq ft facility will comprise a nine-screen cinema complex operated by intu’s leisure anchor tenant, Cineworld.

Construction is due for completion by spring 2015, which will be followed by additional refurbishment and fit-out works ahead of scheduled opening in the summer.

Phil Harrison, Managing Director, Wates Construction Midlands and North, commented: “We are huge advocates of making sure that our work brings with it a much-needed boost to the region’s economy and we have already begun the process of engaging local suppliers and sub-contractors in the work.”

04 Hospital – £165m

Winner: Brookfield Multiplex

Location: Edinburgh

Start: Autumn 2014

Completion: Summer 2017

Contact:

Brookfield Multiplex
99 Bishopsgate
2nd Floor
London EC2M 3XD

T: +44 (0) 20 7659 3500

Subbies:

Integrated Health Solutions Lothian ( a consortium of Brookfield Multiplex, (construction) HLMAD (architects), Macquarie Capital Group Limited (finance) and Bouygues E&S FM UK Limitied (FM provider) have been chosen as the preferred bidder to design, build and maintain the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh site.

The project will see services from the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, currently based at the Western General Hospital, and the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service from the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, brought together in a high quality, modern facility.

Construction work is expected to start in autumn 2014, with the hospital becoming operational in the summer of 2017.

05 Academy – £6.5m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Derbyshire

Start: March 2014

Completion: Autumn 2015

Contact:

Balfour Beatty Hub Office - North & Midlands
5000 Lakeside
Cheadle Royal Business Park
Cheadle
Postcode: SK8 3AX

Tel: +44(0)161 741 6100

Subbies:

Balfour Beatty is building new facilities for Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy in Derbyshire.

The £6.5 million project involves constructing a new building and the refresh and refurbishment of an existing listed building on the King George Avenue site.

The Academy currently operates over two sites in Derbyshire and the new school building will provide a base for the core English, Maths and Science subjects as well as a staff office and learning resource centre. It will contain a lecture theatre, science labs and ICT solutions.

Balfour Beatty will be using its in-house specialist teams to carry out the mechanical and electrical work and the ground engineering using the more sustainable alternative to piling, vibro stone columns.

The Ilkeston project is the latest of nine schools Balfour Beatty is working on as part of the Ormiston Academies Trust’s £90 million capital build project, including the £7.35 million Ormiston Venture Academy in Great Yarmouth, delivered five weeks ahead of schedule, and the £11.7 million Ormiston Victory Academy in Norwich, delivered three months ahead of schedule.

06 Tower Refurbishment – £6.8m

Winner: Lovell

Location: Aberdeen

Start: Spring 2014

Completion: Spring 2015

Contact:

Lovell House
Parkway Court
271 Springhill Parkway
Glasgow Business Park
Glasgow G69 6GA

Tel: 0141 773 5710

Subbies:

Lovell is set to deliver a £6.8 million high-rise improvement programme for Aberdeen City Council.

The scheme will transform four high-rise blocks of flats in the Cairncry area of Aberdeen: Cairncry Court and Rosehill Court, each 16-storeys high, and 17-storey blocks Cornhill Court and Stockethill Court.

The high-rises are made up of a total of 388 homes. Each building will benefit from the installation of rainscreen over-cladding to keep rain out and boost thermal insulation. Lovell will also carry out concrete repairs, replacement of some windows and louvres, re-rendering of the lift motor rooms and some work to ventilation systems.

Residents will remain in their homes during the work, with a specialist Lovell resident liaison officer based on site who will communicate with residents, helping ensure the work goes ahead smoothly and with minimum disruption.

07 Housing – £8.5m

Winner: William Davis

Location: Nottingham

Start: February 2014

Completion: Autumn 2015

Contact:

Local tradespeople interested in working on the scheme should contact Tracey Hall on 01509 638450.

Subbies:

A total of 73 new homes, 38 of which are affordable, will be built on Pitcairn Close and Hobart Close, by Loughborough-based contractor and developer, William Davis Ltd as part of a partnership with Nottingham City Council; housing association, asra Housing Group and regeneration specialist, Blueprint.

Comprising a range of two, three and four bedroom properties, the new family homes will replace an area of outdated flats and will be available for a mix of tenures including sale, affordable rent, shared ownership and shared equity.

Designed by architects, Marsh Grochowski, the development will have a contemporary appearance and include through colour rendering and timber cladding. It will achieve Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 with 42 of the properties also achieving AECB (Association for Environment Conscious Building) Silver Standard. The provision of renewables such as gas savers, mechanical ventilation heat recovery, shower heat recovery units and passive flue gas heat recovery will contribute 10% of the development’s overall energy.

08 University Building – £30m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Sheffield

Start: February 2014

Completion: AUtumn 2015

Contact:

Balfour Beatty
2200 Century Way
Thorpe Park
Leeds
Postcode: LS15 8ZB

Tel: +44(0)113 821 3400

Subbies:

Balfour Beatty has won a £23 million contract for Sheffield Hallam University to construct a £30 million, 10,000m2 building in the heart of Sheffield’s Cultural Industries Quarter.

The two-block, seven-storey building on Charles Street will house the University’s Sheffield Institute of Education and will include a lecture theatre, cafes, flexible teaching spaces, event hosting spaces, and a data centre.

A link bridge, designed by Sheffield based designer Corin Mellor, will join the new building to the existing Arundel Building.

Sited next to Butcher Works, a Grade II listed building, a central atrium will enclose the historical road, Brown Lane, which will run through the middle of the development maintaining the historical grid of the area.

The design is deliberately sympathetic to the local heritage of the area and the use of traditional brickwork and Corten steel will align the development with the industrial nature of the surrounding buildings.

Balfour Beatty will utilise Building Information Modelling (BIM) to create a full 4D design and maximise the efficiency of the construction programme. BIM will also provide the basis for a building management system upon hand over.

Balfour Beatty Engineering Services will deliver the future-proofed mechanical and electrical (M&E) services package including the data centre and solar panels, to meet the future needs of the building. The building will also feature a sedum roof to minimise its carbon emissions.

Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering will commence piling works on the project in April and the building will be completed in the Autumn 2015.

09 Office complex – £97m

Winner: Skanska

Location: City of London

Start: February 2014

Completion: 2016

Contact:

Maple Cross House

Skanska UK Plc
Maple Cross House
Maple Cross
Rickmansworth
WD3 9SW
United Kingdom
Phone +44 1923 776666

Subbies:

Skanska has secured a £97 million contract to build One New Street Square on behalf of its client Land Securities.

The team will use its expertise in construction, mechanical and electrical engineering and the installation of bespoke ceilings to deliver a modern office building over 20 floors, including:

Two basement levels with parking and changing facilities for tenants
An upper ground floor with a reception area, retail units and a loading bay
Commercial office space over 14 floors
Two rooftop plant levels
The team aims to achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating, using sustainable approaches throughout the construction phase, such as:

The efficient use of water and energy
Minimising waste
Using materials that have a zero or near zero impact on the community and surrounding environment
Maximising the use of recycled materials

The building boasts features such as external terraces on the upper levels, where tenants can enjoy outdoor spaces, and a bespoke glazed-framed unitised cladding system with solar shading fin features.

10 Academy Extension – £8.5m

Winner: Dunne Construction

Location: Glasgow

Start: February 2014

Completion: May 2015

Contact:

Dunne Building & Civil Engineering Ltd
Inchmuir Road,
Whitehill Industrial Estate,
Bathgate,
EH48 2EW
Tel: 01506 657777

Subbies:

Dunne is building Glasgow Academy’s new £8.5million Science & Technology wing at its Kelvinbridge campus on Colebrooke Street in the west end of the city.

The new facility is to be built upon the site of recently demolished tenements which were suffering from serious subsidence, caused by mineworkings dating back to the late 18th / early 19th Century.

The building when complete will replace existing science facilities across the site and will employ a number of environmental initiatives.

The programme has an overall duration of 70 weeks to complete the project including final testing and commissioning of the building.

When complete it will provide 37,000 sq/ft of accommodation spread across four floors and incorporate a 178 seat auditorium, food technology department and 15 large science labs.

11 Library – £19m

Winner: Willmott Dixon

Location: Luton

Start: January 2014

Completion: Summer 2015

Contact:

Chris Tredget
Managing Director
Willmott Dixon
Northern Home Counties
T: 01462 442200

Subbies:

Willmott Dixon has been awarded a £19 million design and build contract to construct the University of Bedfordshire’s new library in Luton.

Spread over seven floors, the iconic building will become a landmark in the town centre incorporating 7,400 sq meters of space that will connect to the rest of the University’s Luton campus via a bridge link.

Willmott Dixon said it will buy local construction materials whenever possible to support jobs and companies in the area.

12 Retirement Village – £16m

Winner: Midas

Location: Hampshire

Start: January 2014

Completion: 2015

Contact:

Midas House
Pynes Hill
Exeter
EX2 5WS

Telephone: 01392 356 200

Subbies:

Midas has started on a landmark £37 million retirement village in Hampshire. The new Hampshire Lakes site near Yateley is being developed for Anchor, England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care to older people, by Midas Construction, which won the £16m contract to build the first phase of the purpose-built, continued-care village.

The development will include over 100 assisted living, village apartments and a 36 bed care home. The mixture of housing options is designed to promote independent living whilst also ensuring residents can access the right level of support should their needs change. Hampshire Lakes retirement village was designed and created by English Care Village Partnerships, working with Anchor.

Facilities within the complex will include a restaurant, deli, juice bar, library, wellness centre and spa, fully equipped gym, craft room and treatment rooms, all sited within an idyllic lakeside setting in the Hampshire countryside.

13 Student accommodation – £25m

Winner: Wates

Location: London

Start: January 2014

Completion: Summer 2015

Contact:

Wates House
Station Approach
Leatherhead
Surrey KT22 7SW
Tel: 01372 861000

Subbies:

Wates has won a £25m student accommodation job for the Carlyle Group on Commercial Road in East London.

Demolition specialist Cantillon has cleared the site where an old Job Centre was situated at 60 Commercial Road.

It will be replaced with a 19-storey tower containing 417 student rooms with a 25,000 sq ft office building behind.

Wates has landed the deal and completion of the office building is expected in late 2014 and the student accommodation building in summer 2015.

14 Hotel – £25m

Winner: ISG

Location: Hull

Start: Summer 2014

Completion: 2015

Contact:

ISG
Aldgate House
33 Aldgate High St.
London
EC3N 1AG
Tel: 020 7247 1717

Subbies:

Contractor ISG is working with developer Fulstow Holdings to move forward the delayed Trinity Quays high-rise hotel and conference centre scheme in Hull.

The proposed scheme has been scaled back from an original 22-storey design to an 18-storey building earmarked for a currently derelict site in High Street close to Myton Bridge.

The developer said the redesign, which has reduced the size of the original scheme by 25% to 140,000 sq ft, is “a more financially viable building” than that granted planning approval last summer.

The current scheme features 232 hotel bedrooms and an 800-seat conference centre.

The revised plans have already been passed by Hull Council and ISG is understood to be aiming to get the project underway in mid 2014.

15 Stadium Conversion – £154m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Stratford

Start: Early 2014

Completion: Spring 2016

Contact:

Balfour Beatty
Ludgate House
245 Blackfriars Road
London
Postcode: SE1 9UF

Tel: +44(0)207 922 0000

Subbies:

Balfour Beatty has won the main contract to carry-out the £154m transformation of the London 2012 Olympic Stadium.

Balfour is already working on the £41m stadium roof contract which it won last summer.

Original stadium builder Sir Robert McAlpine was widely expected to land the main conversion deal.

But Balfour has triumphed in a hard-fought race with McAlpine, Buckingham, ISG and Shepherd.

The new stadium will be home to West Ham United from 2016 who are desperately trying to cling-on to their place in the Premier League as they fight a relegation battle.

The new venue will also host five matches during the Rugby World Cup 2015 and become the new national competition stadium for athletics in the UK.

A new community athletics track will also be provided next to the main Stadium.

Sustainable construction methods will include features of the existing facility being recycled and incorporated into the new stadium and the re-use of crushed demolition material, existing balustrades and sanitary ware.

Works starts on site early this year and is due for completion in the spring of 2016.

At construction peak the project will employ up to 400 people.

Once reconfigured the stadium’s cable net roof – 84 metres wide at its deepest point – will be the largest cantilevered roof in the world covering every stadium seat, improving acoustics and spectator experience.

16 Leisure Centre – £20m

Winner: BAM Construction

Location: Bridlington

Start: Jan 2014

Completion: 2015

Contact:

BAM Construction
BAM Construction Ltd
North East
3125 Century Way
Thorpe Park
Leeds
LS15 8ZB

T: (0113) 290 8800

Subbies:

BAM Construction will build a major leisure scheme on Bridlington’s seafront.

The Leisure World facility will include a six-lane, 25m swimming pool, a smaller learner pool, a freeform pool with water features, two water slides and swimming spectator seating for 150.

There will be a 70-station fitness studio and health spa.

Sports fans will benefit from a six-court sports hall, two squash courts and a feature climbing wall. The building will also include a café with access for both centre users and non-users.

17 Shopping Centre – £130m

Winner: Sir Robert McAlpine

Location: Leeds

Start: Spring 2014

Completion: 2015

Contact:

Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd
4th Floor - West Wing
Town Centre House
Woodhouse Lane
Merrion Centre
Leeds
LS2 8LY

Tel: 0113 244 0806

Subbies:

Property giant Hammerson has awarded Sir Robert McAlpine the contract to build Victoria Gate shopping centre in Leeds.

McAlpine has bagged the £130m first phase of the planned retail job, ahead of rivals Laing O’Rourke and Vinci.

Victoria Gate’s 400,000 sq ft first phase will consist of a five-floor John Lewis store with a striking facade and two-street arcade (below) for up to 40 stores and restaurants.

McAlpine will also build a multi-storey car park for up to 800 cars, design with twisted fins to create an illusion of a woven fabric, drawing on Leeds’ textile heritage.

Ultimately, the £600m Victoria Gate scheme will accommodate just under 1.2m sq ft of retail and leisure space. It is estimated 6,000 construction workers will be employed through the two construction phases.

The second phase will include additional retail for major high street brands, leisure space, restaurants and a food court.

18 Luxury Housing – £35m

Winner: Brookfield Multiplex

Location: London

Start: Summer 2014

Completion: 2015

Contact:

Brookfield Multiplex
99 Bishopsgate
2nd Floor
London EC2M 3XD

T: +44 (0) 20 7659 3500

Subbies:

Contractor Brookfield Multiplex is in line to build London’s most exclusive block of flats in the heart of Chelsea.

The Glebe scheme will boast six top-end apartments, a duplex penthouse and two large detached villas.

It tips the scales with an estimated development value of £300m and promises to be London’s dearest address.

The two villas in the scheme are expected to fetch around £35m each, upstaging even the Candy Brothers’ One Hyde Park development.

Each resident of the Glebe will have their own swimming pool and private lift making the development one of the most exclusive addresses in London, despite a relatively modest exterior.

19 Science Block

Winner: McLaren

Location: Dulwich

Start: January 2014

Completion: 2016

Contact:

McLaren House
100 Kings Road
Brentwood
CM14 4EA

Main Switchboard:
+44 (0) 1277 205 800

Subbies:

McLaren has been chosen by Dulwich College to build a new £21m science building known as The Laboratory.

Construction will start in January on phase one of the building in south London which will house 18 laboratories and the James Caird Exhibition Hall, showcasing Sir Ernest Shackleton’s lifeboat.

Following the completion of phase one in summer 2015 phase two will begin, adding a further three laboratories, five IT suites and The Auditorium – a public space for both the College and the wider community.

The building has been designed by architects Grimshaw.

McLaren is believed to have beaten competition from Wates, Skanska and Osborne.

The Laboratory is the first major project of a ten year development plan which will see a transformed campus by 2019.

20 Mixed-use

Winner: John Sisk

Location: Bristol

Start: October 2013

Completion: 2016

Contact:

John Sisk & Son Ltd
2nd Floor Maclaren House
Talbot Road
Old Trafford
Manchester
M32 0FP

T: 0161 8883400

Subbies:

John Sisk has started the regeneration of Bristol’s iconic Harbourside at Wapping Wharf

Developed by Umberslade in a joint venture with Muse Developments, this first phase of construction will feature 194 residential apartments, including 26 affordable homes, and 865 sq metres of retail and leisure space as well as a new pedestrian pathway linking south Bristol and the Harbourside.

Preparatory work on Wapping Wharf started late last year, following a £12 million investment from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), through its Get Britain Building programme.

Umberslade, the team behind Wapping Wharf, has recently formed a joint venture with Muse Developments, part of Morgan Sindall Group plc. The joint venture will progress the £42m first phase in Bristol’s Harbourside.

21 Hotel | London | £30m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: London

Start: September 2013

Completion: Autumn 2014

Contact: Balfour Beatty plc
130 Wilton Road
London
SW1V 1LQ

Tel: +44 (0)20 7216 6800

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has bagged a £30m contract to build a new hotel for the citizenM group next to Tower Hill station in the City of London.
The nine storey hotel will comprise of 370 luxurious modular bedrooms over eight floors, a ground floor cafe, bar, living room spaces and a SocietyM business club on the eighth and ninth levels.
Gregory Demolition is currently preparing the site to allow main construction work to start.
Traditional construction methods will be used to build the basement and ground floor.
Modular methods will be introduced to levels one to eight with the hotel rooms formed by double length pods with integral corridor sections.
These will be constructed and fully finished off site and then craned directly into place by tower cranes.
The new building will be constructed over the exit hall of the Tower Hill London Underground Station. The works will also include two new step free access routes, lifts to the station platforms, and relandscaping of the adjacent public open space.

22 Estate Regeneration | London | £50m

Winner: Rydon Construction

Location: London

Start: January 2014

Completion: 2017

Contact: Rydon Group Ltd,
Rydon House
Station Road
Forest Row
East Sussex

RH18 5DW

Telephone 01342 825151

Subbies:
Rydon will be main contractor on a new £50m estate in Gospel Oak.
The London Borough of Camden has now rubber-stamped the deal for the first stage of a two stage tender process that will culminate in a fixed price being submitted in January 2014.
The £50m redevelopment involves the full demolition of the estate, making way for 290 new homes comprising 176 for private sale, 104 for affordable rent and 10 for shared ownership.
Other improvements include a new and altered public realm, landscaping, vehicular and pedestrian links as well as three new retail units.
Main construction work will start at the end of 2013 and will be staged across three phases. The project is due for completion at the end of 2017.

23 Residential Tower | London | £100m

Winner: Mace

Location: London

Start: Early 2014

Completion: 2017

Contact: Mace
155 Moorgate
London EC2M 6XB

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3522 3000

Subbies: Mace and Essential Living will develop the UK's largest private rental scheme at Elephant and Castle in south London.
The £100m tower will be 44-storeys high and contain 462 apartments to rent.
The scheme will see institutional investment used for the first time in the UK to build a large-scale residential rental development.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson hopes the scheme will act as a blueprint for future projects to attract more institutional investment to solve the capital's housing crisis.
Institutional backing for the scheme has been secured via M3 Capital Partners and Mace will be main contractor on the job.
Homes in the tower, designed by Rogers Stirk and Harbour architects, will also be available on long leases and will mirror similar style longer-term rental apartments in large cities in the US.
The tower will also include a new theatre space for the Southwark Playhouse and a cafe as well as retail and marketing space.

24 Technical College | Cambridge | £9m

Winner: BAM Construct

Location: Cambridge

Start: September 2013

Completion: September 2014

Contact: BAM Construction Ltd
South East
Centrium
Griffiths Way
St Albans
Herts
AL1 2RD

T: (01727) 894 200

Subbies: BAM Construct UK has been named preferred bidder for a £9m contract to build a university technical college in Cambridge.
The UTC will be built adjacent to the £175m Laboratory of Molecular Biology, which was completed by BAM last year.
The three-storey university technical college will accommodate 670 students who will specialise in biomedical and environmental sciences and technologies. It will include five super labs on the top floor.
Sustainability features will include a combined heat and power plant to provide low-carbon energy, photovoltaic cells and gravel beds to control rainwater run-off.
Local suppliers will be used where possible.
BAM's design arm will carry out structural design as well as specifying furniture, fittings and equipment.
It will work closely with architect Hawkins Brown on the scheme. BAM Plant will work closely with the project team to provide plant equipment and services that will reduce cost, risk and environmental impact.

25 Fire Stations | London | £70m

Winner: Kier

Location: London

Start: 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: KIER GROUP PLC,
TEMPSFORD HALL
SANDY
BEDFORDSHIRE
SG19 2BD

T: 01767 355000

Subbies: A consortium led by Kier has reached financial close to design, build and maintain nine ageing fire stations across south-east and east London.
The Blue 3 consortium will deliver the programme for the London Fire Brigade under the Private Finance Initiative and maintain the stations for 28 years.
Work will take place at Dagenham, Dockhead, Leytonstone, Mitcham, Old Kent Road, Orpington, Plaistow, Purley and Shadwell fire stations.
Eight of the stations are being completely rebuilt on their existing sites and one station, Mitcham, will be built on a new site.

26 Road Upgrade | Port of Immingham | £34m

Winner: Costain

Location: Port of Immingham

Start: Summer 2015

Completion: 2017

Contact: Costain House
Vanwall Business Park
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 4UB

Switchboard Tel: 01628 842444

Subbies: Costain has landed the Early Contractor Involvement contract for the A160/A180 Port of Immingham Improvement scheme.
The Highways Agency now estimates the design, development and construction project will cost £34m, less than half the North Lincolnshire scheme's £80m initial estimate.
Work to turn the major road to the Port of Immingham into a dual carriageway was brought forward to start in summer 2015 instead of late 2016 in the 2012 autumn spending statement.
Costain will now start design development work.

27 Student Accommodation | London | £80m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: London

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: Summer 2015

Contact: Balfour Beatty plc
130 Wilton Road
London
SW1V 1LQ

Tel: +44 (0)20 7216 6800

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has landed an £80m contract to design and construct a 19-storey student accommodation building in central London for Urbanest.
The scheme will provide 1,092 bedrooms, a new sixth-form college, a health suite with swimming pool and affordable office space.
The accommodation floors will include photovoltaic panels and combined heat and power technology to achieve a BREEAM 'Excellent' rating.
Modular off site construction techniques will be used to create bathroom pods and a cladding system which will result in a quicker and safer construction programme.
The project will employ 500 people on site at its peak and completion in due in time for the beginning of the 2015 academic year.

28 Fire Station | West Midlands | £4m

Winner: Bullock Construction

Location: West Midlands

Start: July 2013

Completion: April 2014

Contact: Richard Baker
Regional Director
Bullock
Northgate
Aldridge
Walsall
West Midlands
WS9 8TU
Telephone: 01922 458 311

Subbies: Bullock is looking to work with local subcontractors after landing a £4m deal to develop a new community fire station in the West Midlands in Cradley Heath.
Along with the many innovative design features included in the new build community fire station is an eco-friendly green roof complete with power generating solar photovoltaic cells

29 Academy | Croydon | £16m

Winner: Wates

Location: Croydon

Start: July 2013

Completion: September 2014

Contact: Richard Shroll
Business Unit Director
Wates House
Station Approach
Leatherhead
Surrey KT22 7SW

Tel: 01372 861000

Subbies: Wates has won the £16m rebuild of The Quest Academy Coloma Trust in South Croydon.
Work will include the creation of an athletics track with auditorium and landscaped green space.
The project will also accommodate a 215-capacity Sixth Form and new community facilities for Monks Hill Sports Centre during a build programme of just 59 weeks.
Designed by CPMG Architects, the rebuild project is utilising Wates' innovative Adapt school building model, which can facilitate a 21% reduction in build programme and cost savings on average of 23% against a typical BSF school building.

30 Mill Refurbishment | Shrewsbury | £12.8m

Winner: Wates

Location: Shrewsbury

Start: October 2013

Completion: Early 2016

Contact: flaxmill@webshare.wates.co.uk

Subbies: Wates will start on site in October on the conservation and redevelopment of the historic Flax Mill Maltings site in Shrewsbury following a confirmed grant of £12.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Construction will be completed in early 2016 with the site scheduled to be open to the public by spring 2016.
Wates is now inviting local and small businesses in Shropshire who are interested in being involved in the building's redevelopment to register their details at the email above

31 Technical College | Salford | £10.4m

Winner: BAM

Location: Salford

Start: October 2013

Completion: Autumn 2014

Contact: BAM Construction Ltd
North West
New Court, Regents Place
Regents Road
Salford
Manchester
M5 4HB

T: 0161 877 9274

Subbies: BAM Construction has landed a £10.4m design and build deal for a university technical college at Salford's MediaCityUK.
The proposed UTC@MediaCityUK, as it would be known, will specialise in creative and digital industries, giving 14-19 year old students from Greater Manchester the chance to work with employers in MediaCityUK.
Architect IBI Taylor Young is working on designs for the four-storey college building, which will include TV and radio studios within the 70,000 sq ft block.
The design and build team includes architect IBI Taylor Young, civil and structural engineers Curtins, building services consultant Ramboll, landscape architect Planit IE and interior designer Space Zero.

32 Train Depots | London and West Sussex | £150m

Winner: VolkerFitzpatrick

Location: London and West Sussex

Start: August 2013

Completion: 2016

Contact: VolkerFitzpatrick Ltd.
Hertford Road
Hoddesdon
Hertfordshire, EN11 9BX

T +44 (0)1992 305 000

Subbies: VolkerFitzpatrick has signed a contract with Siemens to build two new train maintenance depots, as part of the Thameslink rolling stock project.
As Siemens construction partner, VolkerFitzpatrick is designing, constructing and commissioning the two depots over the next three years at Hornsey in north London and Three Bridges, near Crawley in West Sussex.
The deal is the biggest contract in the firm's history and is understood to be worth around £150m.
The Three Bridges depot, which is split into east and west-side facilities either side of the London to Brighton mainline, comprises a five road, 12-car, maintenance building. This depot is due for completion in 2015.
The Hornsey depot, which is expected to be completed in 2016, is being constructed within a live operational rail environment adjacent to the East Coast mainline and the existing Hornsey depot.
The project comprises the co-ordinated redevelopment of two separate areas of existing infrastructure, including the existing operational depot and the derelict sidings immediately to the north of the existing depot.

33 Office Complex | London | £290m

Winner: Brookfield Multiplex

Location: London

Start: One pre-let agreed

Completion: Two years later

Contact: Brookfield Multiplex
23 Hanover Square
London, W1S 1JB

T: +44 (0) 20 7659 3500

Subbies: Brookfield Multiplex has been confirmed as main contractor for a £290m office scheme at Principal Place near London's Liverpool Street Station.
Brookfield Multiplex will start construction once a pre-let on the scheme is agreed.
The Principal Place project consists of a 600,000 sq ft office element and a separate 50-storey residential tower.

34 Football Training Academy | London | £25m

Winner: McLaren Construction

Location: London

Start: Autumn 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: McLaren House
100 Kings Road
CM14 4EA
Main Switchboard: +44 (0) 1277 205 800

Subbies: McLaren Construction has scored with a new £25m training ground contract for Queens Park Rangers.
The club is hoping to start work shortly but is facing a legal challenge from local residents over the plans.
The Elite Training Facility and Community Sports Complex will be built on the Warren Farm site in Southall and is due to be ready ahead of the 2015/16 season.
The training centre will provide: grass pitches for the first team and academy, an indoor 3G pitch, an outdoor 3G artificial pitch, extensive gym, sports science and rehabilitation areas, Academy classrooms, a large number of changing rooms, media, catering and grounds maintenance facilities.
Populous is architect for the scheme.

35 Academy | West Bromwich | £11m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: West Bromwich

Start: July 2013

Completion: Spring 2015

Contact: Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK
Head Office
130 Wilton Road
London, SW1V 1LQ

Tel +44 (0)20 7216 6800

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has commenced works on the £11 million George Salter Academy in West Bromwich. The new Academy is one of nine schools Balfour Beatty is working on as part of the Ormiston Academy Trust's £90 million capital build project.
The George Salter Academy will deliver around 4,000m2 of new build and 6,700m2 of refreshed and refurbished areas over a two year programme.
The new build element will provide new English, Science and Performance Arts departments, along with a 540-seat flexible performance area and a new school entrance.
The single storey English block will be situated between two wings of the existing building, while a new science block will be built over two floors and will be connected to the new entrance area.
All of the remaining accommodation areas dating back to the 1930s will either be refreshed or refurbished as part of the works.
An extensive phasing strategy has been developed in tandem with the Academy, eliminating the need for temporary accommodation whilst keeping the Academy fully functional. 2015.

36 Primary School | Leeds | £6m

Winner: Wates

Location: Leeds

Start: July 2013

Completion: July 2014

Contact: Wates
Leeds
West Court
196 Gelderd Road
Wortley
Leeds LS12 6DB

Tel: 0113 231 1880

Subbies: Wates Construction is building works a £6m new facility for Morley Newlands Primary School on Wide Lane in Morley, Leeds.
The work will see the contractor deliver a brand new 3,178 sq m building for the primary school, allowing it to expand its capacity to provide 630 places for children aged three to 11 years. Of these, 39 nursery places will be available.
The works will see Wates deliver the new building on the school's existing playing fields. Upon completion of construction, the former 1960s school building will be demolished to make way for new sports fields, including a rugby league pitch, which will be available for community use.
The project has been procured through the YORbuild construction framework.

37 Care Home | West Midlands | £18m

Winner: William Davis

Location: West Midlands

Start: June 2013

Completion:

Contact: William Davis
Forest Field
Forest Road
Loughborough
LE11 3NS

Telephone: 01509 231181

Subbies: Work has started on a £18m Extra Care scheme in Cradley, West Midlands after contracts were signed between Loughborough-based contractor and developer, William Davis Ltd and Midland Heart, the largest housing and care organisation in the Midlands.
The scheme, which is being developed in partnership with Dudley Council, will transform the land of the former Cradley High School, off Slade Road, into an 120 bed affordable apartment complex for the over 55s.
Comprising a mix of one and two bedroom properties for rent and sale, the contemporary development will also include communal facilities such as a restaurant, shop, gym and well-being facility.
Designed to achieve a BREEAM 'Very Good' rating, 10% of the scheme's energy will be provided from renewable/low carbon sources through the installation of a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) unit.

38 Hospital | London | £10m

Winner: Rydon Construction

Location: London

Start: June 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Rydon Group Ltd
Rydon House
Station Road
Forest Row
East Sussex
RH18 5DW

Tel: 01342 825151

Subbies: Fulcrum LIFTCo, on behalf of South West London Health Partnerships, has awarded Rydon a contract to build a £10m community health facility in Wimbledon, replacing the existing Nelson Hospital.
Work has started on the Nelson Local Care Centre, which will provide flexible and extended GP and outpatient services through modern facilities including retinal screening, podiatry, x-ray/ultrasound, endoscopy and phlebotomy services.
The three-storey building will house two GP clinics, a cafe, pharmacy and associated office accommodation.
The building will be BREEAM (Health) Excellent rated and will contain sustainable features including photovoltaic panels.
Delivered across two phases, the project will involve the demolition of the existing hospital, ranging in age from Edwardian when the hospital opened in 1911 through to the 1990s, with the retention of three areas of Pavilion Block facade and a remodelling of a section of public highway known as The Rush.

39 Hospital | Broadmoor | £115m

Winner: Kier

Location: Broadmoor

Start: October 2013

Completion: January 2017

Contact: For Kier supply chain details visit http://www.kier.co.uk/supply-chain.aspx

Subbies: Kier has been confirmed preferred bidder by the West London Mental Health Trust to build the new Broadmoor high-security mental health hospital at Crowthorne in Berkshire.
The contract is worth £115m - substantially less than the original £150m construction cost estimate.
Work will involve construction of a new hospital, containing 162 mental health beds, to replace the facilities currently provided in outdated buildings.
Construction on the hospital is expected to start late in 2013 and phase 1 will be ready to accept patients by January 2017.
Other bidders in the race included Balfour Beatty, Skanska, Vinci UK and Willmott Dixon.

40 Bridge | Liverpool | £600m

Winner: Merseylink

Location: Liverpool

Start: Late 2013/early 2014

Completion: 2016

Contact: To register as a potential supplier visit http://www.merseygateway.co.uk/mersey-gateway-procurement-process/register-as-a-supplier/

Subbies: A consortium consisting of construction partners Kier, FCC and Samsung has won the race for the £600m Mersey Gateway Project.
The Merseylink consortium has beaten off competition from two rival teams including Balfour Beatty and Bouygues and BAM Nuttall and Hochtief.
Construction is set to start in late 2013/early 2014.
Merseylink has a 30-year contract to design, build, finance and operate a new toll bridge over the River Mersey between Runcorn and Widnes.

41 Highways Maintenance | Liverpool | £113m

Winner: Amey

Location: Liverpool

Start: 2013

Completion: 2022

Contact: Amey Procurement Dept
Tel: 01865 713147

Subbies: Liverpool City Council has confirmed Amey as the successful bidder for two contracts to deliver highways and street cleaning services across the city.
The deals are worth a total of £113m over nine years and and are designed to deliver around £33m of savings for the council.
The contracts will give Amey responsibility for improving and maintaining Liverpool's highways infrastructure - including nearly 2,000 km of roads, 44,000 street lights and 516 structures - as well as winter maintenance and highways improvement work.
Amey has pledged to take on 140 apprentices over the life of the contract and plans to spend 90% of its budget locally.

42 Residential Tower | London | £50m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: London

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: December 2015

Contact: Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK
Head Office
130 Wilton Road
London, SW1V 1LQ

+44 (0)20 7216 6800

Subbies: Developer Ballymore Group has selected Balfour Beatty to build its 43 storey Providence Tower residential skyscraper in London Docklands.
Once complete, the structure will be the tallest building constructed by Balfour Beatty in the UK.
Main construction works are due to start near Canary Wharf this summer and are programmed for completion in December 2015.
Balfour Beatty won the job with its plan to used modularised mechanical and electrical services, constructed off site and delivered just in time, to slash site construction timescales and vehicle movements to and from site.
The project will deliver 484 residential units located at New Providence Wharf, by the river Thames.
Around 340 luxury flats will be located within the 43 storey main tower with the remainder built in a 12 storey curved podium adjoining the tower together with affordable apartments.

43 Highways Maintenance | Herefordshire | £200m

Winner: Balfour Beatty Living Places

Location: Herefordshire

Start: September 2013

Completion: 2018

Contact: Balfour Beatty Living Places
Ashwood Park
Ashwood Way
Basingstoke
Hampshire RG23 8BG
Tel: +44 (0)1256 400 400

Subbies: Balfour Beatty Living Places will replace Amey on Herefordshire Council's £200m highways maintenance contract.
The contract covers highways maintenance and improvement, street lighting, traffic signals, street cleaning, parks and public rights of way, fleet maintenance and professional consultancy services.

44 Office Fit-Out | London | £52m

Winner: ISG

Location: London

Start: June 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: ISG
Aldgate House
33 Aldgate High St.
London
EC3N 1AG

Tel: 020 7247 1717

Subbies: ISG has won a £52m contract from Japanese owner Kato Kagaku to refurbish the former home of the BBC World Service at Bush House in central London.
The major commercial office refurbishment scheme covers four buildings on the site and will be renamed the Aldwych Quarter.
ISG will deliver over 300,000 sq ft of Cat A office accommodation.
Work will involve the sensitive strip-out of the buildings to shell and core before comprehensive modernisation of the internal space including installing new mechanical and electrical services, replacing 14 of the existing lifts and delivering an additional lift to enhance accessibility.
Three of the buildings are targeting a BREEAM Excellent environmental performance rating and ISG will achieve significant sustainable enhancements through improved insulation and the highly efficient services installation.
ISG will also re-roof all four buildings, clean the facades, carry out masonry repairs and replace a number of windows as part of an external envelope package of works.
Numerous architecturally listed elements will also be cleaned, repaired and preserved, including the Bush House portico, staircases and lobby areas.
The Cat A fit out includes the installation of raised access floors and suspended ceilings, four new high specification reception areas, new cycle facilities and toilets.

45 Tesco Store | Rotherham | £19m

Winner: ISG

Location: Rotherham

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: ISG
2nd Floor
Engine House
Round Foundry
Leeds
LS11 5QP

Telephone: 0113 2186000

Subbies: Tesco has confirmed that ISG has won the £19m job to build a new Tesco Extra store in Rotherham.
ISG will build the 110,000 sq ft superstore at the site of the councils former civic centre.
The project forms part of the strategic regeneration of the South Yorkshire town centre.
Many of the 540 planned parking spaces will be built below the Tesco store, which will also include a petrol station.
ISG will also demolish the civic building, Norfolk House and central library, retaining the crushed demolition material and re-using this across the site.

46 Student Accommodation | Hertfordshire | £190m

Winner: Bouygues

Location: Hertfordshire

Start: June 2013

Completion: September 2016

Contact: Bouygues UK
Elizabeth House
39 York Road
London SE1 7NQ

Tel: +44 20 7401 0020

Subbies: Bouygues UK is to start work on the first phase of a major student accommodation project for the University of Hertfordshire.
The firm got the go-ahead after the Bouygues development arm in joint venture with housing association Derwent Living reached financial close on the £190m student scheme.
The joint venture known as Uliving will be responsible for the design, build, finance and operation of new student accommodation totalling over 3,000 bedrooms, and infrastructure works at the College Lane campus in Hatfield.
Bouygues will manage the development and construction management of the project, Derwent Living the operation and facilities management elements of the contract for 50 years.
The scheme is to be delivered in three phases with the first due to commence immediately and is scheduled to be completed in September 2014 in readiness for the start of the new 2014/2015 academic year.
Each subsequent phase will be completed in time for the start of the following academic year with the entire scheme being completed in September 2016.
The scheme also includes new sports pitches, a campus gym, informal learning and social spaces and a new dedicated bus route.

47 Community Hospital | Bicester | £5.2m

Winner: Mansell

Location: Bicester

Start: June 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Mansell
Roman House
Grant Road
Croydon
CR9 6BU

Tel: +44 (0)20 8654 8191

Subbies: Mansell, a Balfour Beatty brand, has been appointed to design and construct a £5.2 million community hospital in Bicester for project developer and investor, Kajima Partnerships.
The new community hospital will include a 12-bed facility with an ambulance base, first aid unit, out of hours and out-patient areas. It will also have imaging and physiotherapy suites, offices and a community base.

48 Housing | Bolton | £6.6m

Winner: Seddon

Location: Bolton

Start: May 2013

Completion: Autumn 2014

Contact: Gareth Roberts
Seddon Supply Chain Manager
Plodder Lane
Edge Fold
Bolton
Lancashire
BL4 0NN

Tel 01204 570 400

Subbies: Seddon Construction has been chosen by Great Places Housing Group to build 114 new affordable homes in Breightmet, Bolton.
The company has been selected to build a £6.6 million development of 60 houses and ten bungalows all for affordable rent - at Waggon Road, Winchester Way and Mobberley Road. The development is set to be finished in autumn 2014.

49 Care Home | Esher | £6.5m

Winner: Longcross

Location: Esher

Start: June 2013

Completion: July 2014

Contact: Longcross
Ashworth House
9 The Street
Ashtead
Surrey
KT21 2AD

Tel: 01372 221 240

Subbies: Longcross has won the £6.5m contract to construct the Moore Place Care Home in Esher over a 60-week period with completion expected in July 2014.
The design and build scheme for Anchor Trust and Moore Place Holdings LLP is a 60 bedroom care home over five floors, including a lower ground floor and accommodation in the roof space.
The project includes landscaping and car parking for the care home and neighbouring golf course.
Longcross will undertake significant civils activity, to accommodate the lower ground floor and new site levels.
Each floor will be formed through the use of precast concrete planks, which will be installed over a series of phases as the superstructure progresses.
The lower ground floor, which will act as a basement, will also be subject to highly specified tanking system. In terms of the roof, this area will be formed through the use of dorma windows supported by a traditional truss roof, with cranked steel supports.
Internally, finishes have been specified in line with the requirements of the end user, Anchor Care Trust.
The trust has recently upgraded its M&E systems and these will be introduced to the Moore Place scheme. This is coupled with the very high standard of quality being specified for the fit-out components.

50 Tunnel Refurbishment | Tyne | £4.9m

Winner: GB Group

Location: Tyne

Start: May 2013

Completion: June 2014

Contact: GB Head Office
4-7 Station Road
Sunbury on Thames
Surrey TW16 6SB

Tel: 01932 733 900

Subbies: GB Building Solutions has been awarded a £4.9million contract to refurbish, renovate and modernise the Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels under the River Tyne.
The tunnels and its facilities date back to 1951 and are Grade 2 listed. The contract was awarded by Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority.
The 274.5m tunnels were the first purpose built tunnels in the UK to be used by both cyclists and pedestrians and run in parallel 12.2m below the river bed of the Tyne.
The programme of works will include the installation of two inclined lifts which are expected to become something of an attraction.
The tunnels are an important transport link between North and South Tyneside.
The refurbishment project includes the removal of two wooden escalators, one each side of the river which, at the time of construction, were the longest single-rise escalators in the world.
In addition to the installation of the two new inclined lifts, GB will fully replace the mechanical and electrical services and carry out the refurbishment and renovation of certain parts the buildings and tunnels.

51 Mixed-use | London | £380m

Winner: Mace

Location: London

Start: June 2013

Completion: June 2017

Contact: Mace
155 Moorgate
London
EC2M 6XB

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3522 3000

Subbies: Mace has been appointed as main contractor to deliver the 727,000 sq ft first phase of the Victoria Circle scheme, as part of the continued transformation of Victoria.
The £380 million contract awarded to Mace is the result of almost two years project preconstruction advice alongside the delivery of utility diversions, enabling works and appointment as CDM Coordinator.
Building works will need to accommodate the 100 million people who pass through one of Londons busiest transport hubs.
The first phase offers 480,000 sq ft of efficient, high quality office accommodation, 80,000 sq ft of retail/restaurant space and 170 luxury modern apartments within three architecturally striking buildings, at the heart of a new, pedestrianized, landscaped public quarter.
The apartment buildings will span Buckingham Palace Road plus two commercial buildings bordered by Victoria Street and Bressenden Place in this first phase of the scheme.
State of the art materials have been sourced for the scheme in a commitment to raise the bar in sustainable delivery within construction projects.
The aim is for key materials to originate from third party verified responsible sources throughout the project. Energy efficiency will be a priority and construction methods used will achieve a 20% reduction in carbon emissions during the construction process.

52 Housing | Ealing | £9.9m

Winner: Durkan

Location: Ealing

Start: May 213

Completion: November 2014

Contact: Durkan House
214-224 High Street
Waltham Cross
Herts EN8 7DR

Tel:+44 (0)1992 781400

Subbies: Durkan has won a contract to build 60 new homes providing a mix of houses and apartments in partnership with the London Borough of Ealing.
The project is located on the Golf Links Estate, managed by Ealing, and following extensive consultation with residents the Council decided to redevelop three existing blocks of flats and replace them with 34 family houses and 26 flats, mainly for affordable rent but also including 9 homes for low cost home ownership.
The project was competitively tendered and won by Durkan in a £9.9m contract.

53 Retirement Village | Hampshire | £22m

Winner: WIllmott Dixon

Location: Hampshire

Start: June 2013

Completion: Summer 2014

Contact: Willmott Dixon Housing Ltd
Endeavour House
1 Lyonsdown Road
New Barnet
Hertfordshire, EN5 1HR

T: 0208 370 0200

Subbies: Willmott Dixon has won a retirement accommodation contract worth £22m from Anchor to create Bishopstoke Park in Hampshire.
Willmott Dixon will build 170 properties and a 48 unit care home that will allow residents to live an independent lifestyle while also benefiting from professional care and support when needed on site.
Willmott Dixon will also create a new village centre complex for residents, providing them with quick and convenient access to a Wellness Centre, swimming pool, hair and beauty salon, village bistro and delicatessen.

54 Mill refurbishment | Shrewsbury | £12.8m

Winner: Wates

Location: Shrewsbury

Start: September 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: Flaxmill@webshare.wates.co.uk

Subbies:
Wates Construction is looking for local trade contractors and suppliers to work on the planned £12.8m Flax Mill Maltings refurbishment job in Shrewsbury.
A start on site is dependent on a successful £12.8m bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund this summer.
Construction can then start in September with local trade contractors now being urged to express an interest in helping with the work.
The first phase of work aims to restore and bring back into use some of the main historic buildings.
Wates will be the lead contractor but a proportion of the work at the site will be subcontracted out and local and small businesses who are interested in being involved redevelopment of the site are being urged to register their details with Wates at Flaxmill@webshare.wates.co.uk

Sub contracting opportunities will exist in the following areas:
Masonry
Carpentry
Roofing
Cast-iron specialism
Architectural metal work
Glazing

Plant suppliers
Cranage; operated plant; generators; tyre repairs

Materials suppliers
Aggregates; concrete fixings and concrete accessories; builders merchants; timber and plywood; joinery / doors; ironmongery; fabricated metalwork / secondary steelwork; signage; reinforcement

55 College Building | London | £8.4m

Winner: Vinci

Location: London

Start: April 2013

Completion: September 2014

Contact: Sean O'Driscoll
Regional Director
Vinci 3rd Floor, Brandon House
180 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1LH

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7125 0750

Subbies: The Royal College of Art (RCA) has appointed VINCI Construction UK to develop the £8.4m Applied Arts building in Battersea.
Known as Sir Po Shing and Lady Helen Woo Department of Applied Art, the building is the latest phase of the college Battersea Campus development.
A purpose built studio will be included, as will technical facilities and teaching space for staff and students from applied arts programmes.
The building is the third phase of development at the campus and was designed simultaneously with the neighbouring Dyson Building.
Standing at four storeys, the building will incorporate a reinforced concrete frame and a saw tooth roof.
The facade, which includes connections to the neighbouring Dyson Building, is primarily composed of a ribbed metal sinusoidal sheet system, curtain wall glazing and elements of rendered and exposed brickwork.

56 Care Home | Epsom | £10m

Winner: GB Building Solutions

Location: Epsom

Start: April 2013

Completion: Autumn 2014

Contact: GB Building
Sunbury
4-7 Station Road
Sunbury on Thames
Surrey TW16 6SB

Tel: 01932 733 900

Subbies: GB Building Solutions has been awarded a £10 million new care home for Signature Senior Lifestyle in Epsom, Surrey.
The new care development will provide 87 private apartments comprising a mixture of studios and one bedroom suites, 24 of which are specifically for dementia care.
The development is built over three and four storeys and is complemented with facilities such as a restaurant, hair salon, lounges, entertainment rooms and a bistro.

57 Housing | North Yorkshire | £10m

Winner: Lovell

Location: North Yorkshire

Start: April 2013

Completion: Autumn 2015

Contact: Lovell
3rd Floor, Building Two
City West Office Park
Gelderd Road
Leeds
West Yorkshire LS12 6LX

Tel: 0113 202 2200

Subbies: Work is set to start on a £10 million housing development in Skipton, North Yorkshire, after housing developer Lovell signed contracts with Craven District Council and registered social landlord Yorkshire Housing.
The development will create 57 stone-built family houses and apartments at the site of the former Craven District Council offices in Granville Street, close to the town centre.
Through the construction programme, Lovell will also create apprenticeship training and work experience opportunities for local people. The company will employ local people to work on site wherever possible.

58 University Building | Aberdeen | £25m

Winner: Lend Lease

Location: Aberdeen

Start: April 2013

Completion: November 2014

Contact: Lend Lease
Head Office
20 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF Tel +44 (0)20 3430 9000

Subbies: Lend Lease has fed its contract pipeline with a £25m job to build the new Rowett Institute for Nutrition and Health for the University of Aberdeen.
Work will start in April on the glass-fronted four-storey building, which has been designed by architects Halliday Fraser Munro.
Once finished in November 2014, it will be home to the most advanced Human Nutrition Unit in the UK, in which human volunteers will help scientists study the complex relationship between diet and health.
The fitout includes full installation of the fitted furniture and integration with all mechanical and electrical functions, as well as some low rise support building and landscaping.

59 Sports Centre | Worcester | £6.7m

Winner: Kier

Location: Worcester

Start: April 2013

Completion: Summer 2014

Contact: Kier Construction
Central Region
Tungsten Building, Central Boulevard
Blythe Valley Park
Solihull
West Midlands
B90 8AU
tel: 0121 713 6300

Subbies: Kier is on a £6.7m sports and performing arts centre at The Kings School Worcester.
The development has been designed by Associated Architects and is known as the SPACE building (short for Sports and Performing Arts Centre).
It will include a four court multi-use sports hall and fitness facilities for school and community use, as well as dance and drama studios, teaching spaces and a VI form centre.

60 Road Construction | Powys | £55m

Winner: Alun Griffiths

Location: Powys

Start: Late 2014

Completion: 2016

Contact: Alun Griffiths
Waterways House
Merthyr Road
Llanfoist
Abergavenny
NP7 9LN

Subbies: Welsh civils firm Alun Griffiths (Contractors) has won the job to build the 5.6km Newtown Bypass in Powys.
The early contractor involvement contract will see Atkins deliver engineering design and TACP environmental support on the bypass, which comes with an estimated price tag of £55m.
The team will develop the design of the preferred A483-A489 route alignment, taking it through the statutory process before carrying out construction.

61 Mixed-use | Edinburgh | £200m

Winner: Interserve

Location: Edinburgh

Start: 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: Interserve
Almondview
Livingston
EH54 6SF
Tel: 01506 447 660

Subbies: Interserve has signed a deal to build a £200m mixed-use scheme next to Haymarket Station in Edinburgh.
The firm will invest £10.5m in the site in a development joint venture with owner Tiger Developments.
Under the deal Interserve Construction will carry out £150m of building work for offices, shops, leisure facilities, an hotel and underground parking.
The site already has full planning, with tenants already signed up for the initial development phase including Tesco and serviced apartments provider Staycity.
Food chains Prezzo and Pret A Manger are already committed to the second phase, together with advanced discussions with other occupiers for a further 70,000 sq ft of retail and office space.
The construction project will be delivered by Interserves local construction team, based in Livingston.
Around 250 Interserve employees will work on the project, employed either directly by the company, or by its local supply chain and specialist subcontractors.

62 Student Accommodation | Salford | £64m

Winner: Kier/Graham

Location: Salford

Start: November 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: Campus Living Villages UK
Woolyard, 56 Bermondsey Street
London SE1 3UD
Phone: +44 20 7036 8444

Subbies: The University of Salford has awarded the £64m contract to build a 1,400 room student accommodation complex.
Its massive student halls project will be delivered by Salford Villages Consortium, comprising Kier Property and Graham Investment Projects, and student accommodation operator Campus Living Villages.
Work on the halls at the universitys Peel Park campus will start in November and involve building three tower blocks up to 10 storeys high. Work will also include undercroft car parking.

63 New Housing and Refurbishment | Nottingham | £4.2m

Winner: Wates Living Space

Location: Nottingham

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: December 2014

Contact: Joanne Jamieson
Regional MD
Wates Living Space
Derby
Pavilion 5, Garden Court
Main Street, Lockington
Derby, DE74 2SJ

Tel: 01509 678 963

Subbies: Wates Living Space has been awarded a £4.2m contract from Nottingham City Homes for the construction of 54 new affordable homes in Radford, Nottingham.
The 55,000 sq ft development, which borders Highhurst Street and Clifford Street, will comprise a mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes across two and three storeys.
Construction is set to commence in the summer with completion scheduled for the end of 2014.

64 Mixed-use | Hackney | £20m

Winner: Anglo Holt

Location: Hackney

Start: March 2013

Completion: Summer 2014

Contact: Anglo Holt Construction Limited
150 Birmingham Road
West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 6QT

Tel: 0121 525 6717

Subbies: Regeneration specialist LPC Living has started construction of a new £20 million mixed use development on Amhurst Road in the London Borough of Hackney, kick starting the creation of up to 100 jobs.
The start of construction works follows the recent announcement that an 80 bed Travelodge will form part of the development. LPC Living is also currently in talks with a number of high street retailers regarding 20,000 sq ft of prime retail space within the scheme.
Fifty serviced apartments complete the space, which is located on the site of the former Gibbons furniture store adjacent to Hackney Central station.
Midlands based Anglo Holt Construction has been appointed as the main contractor on the project and the development is due to be completed in spring 2014.

65 Commercial Tower | Aldgate | £80m

Winner: Brookfield Multiplex

Location: Aldgate

Start: March 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Brookfield Multiplex
Tel: (0)20 7659 3500

Subbies: Brookfield Multiplex has won the job to build an £80m tower in Aldgate above one of the entrances to Aldgate East tube station on the fringe of the City of London.
The 16 storey Aldgate Tower will be a steel framed structure with a central steel core accommodating lifts, services, stairs and washroom facilities.
The steel structure will sit on the existing three level reinforced concrete basement. The basement will require technical temporary works and structural reconfiguration.
The main facades will be clad with a fully glazed, full height aluminium framed curtain wall system. Solar control is provided by soft coatings to all the glazing.
The site clearance and preparation contract has gone to Kilnbridge

66 Student Accommodation | Bath | £25m

Winner: Miller Construction

Location: Bath

Start: June 2013

Completion: September 2014

Contact: Miller Construction
Bristol Office
Unit 10 Portis Fields
Middle Bridge Business Park
Bristol Road
BS20 6PN

t: 0870 336 4070

Subbies: Bath Spa University has selected Miller Construction for the development of student accommodation at the Universitys Newton Park campus.
This is the second phase of a £70m development on the campus which includes a new academic building.
The new student residential accommodation will consist of individual houses for up to ten students.
Each house will include a shared kitchen/living space and en-suite bedrooms fitted to a very high standard. They will be situated in an attractive courtyard setting at the western end of the campus near to the Students Union facilities.

67 Planned and Cyclical Maintenance contract for Circle Housing Group | Midlands and South | £250m

Winner: Kier Services

Location: Midlands and South

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: 2023

Contact: Potential suppliers should contact Regional Procurement Manager Andy Mallet andy.mallet@kier.co.uk

Subbies: Circle Housing Group has awarded Kier Services a prestigious and significant contract to repair, refurbish and redecorate their stock of over 28,000 residential properties.
The contract is divided between six regional providers across the east of England including: Mercian, Roddons, Old Ford, Circle 33, Wherry & Saha.
Kier Services will deliver a cyclical planned maintenance programme for ten years, with an annual yearly spend anticipated at £25m.
The first projects are expected to begin in early summer 2013 with further schemes becoming available throughout the year. Kier Services Contract includes the replacement of the existing: heating and electrical installations, bathrooms, kitchens, roofs, windows, fascias, soffits, gutters & insulation.
Kier€™s Contract also includes redecoration, plastering, cleaning, lift ,maintenance and external works (tarmac, paving, landscape maintenance and fencing).
Interested Subcontractors & Suppliers, specialising in these trades are invited to register their interest at their earliest opportunity.

68 Estate Regeneration | Norfolk | £20.5m

Winner: Lovell

Location: Norfolk

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: Lovell
69-75 Thorpe Road
Norwich
Norfolk
NR1 1UA

Tel: 01603 667663

Subbies: Freebridge Community Housing has picked Lovell to deliver a £20.5m estate regeneration programme in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.
Lovell was selected ahead of 13 firms that expressed an interest in carrying out the four-year scheme to transform Hillington Square.
The 1960s estate project involves upgrading all services for 320 flats with internal and external Decent Homes improvements including kitchen and bathroom replacements, improved insulation and window and door renewals.
Lovell will also replace external cladding and rebuild balconies and walkways as well as building new staircases and installing secure entrances for each block of flats. New lifts will be installed and garages will be remodelled.

69 Railway Station | Northampton | £20m

Winner: Buckingham Contracting Group

Location: Northampton

Start: May 2013

Completion: November 2013

Contact: Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd
Silverstone Road
Stowe, Bucks
MK18 5LJ

Tel: 01280 823355

Subbies: Buckingham Group has won the job to build a two storey railway station in Northampton.
Construction of the main external structure will now start in May and take around six months to complete. It will be followed by an internal fit out of the main passenger facilities, office and service areas.
The project is intended to improve capacity at the station and provide better facilities for passengers.
The scheme is the first phase of Network Rails plans for the station area, which include building a 28,000 sq m commercial scheme known as the Station Gateway and a 1270 space multi-storey car park.

70 Waitrose Store | London | £18m

Winner: Kier

Location: London

Start: Late 2013

Completion: Spring 2015

Contact: Kier Construction
2 Langston Road
Loughton
Essex
IG10 3SD

tel: 020 8508 5622

Subbies: Kier has been selected to build a cookery school and Waitrose supermarket in one of the Kings Cross developments listed buildings in London.
Subject to a successful planning application, the supermarket and culinary school will see the restoration and refurbishment of the Grade II listed Midland Goods Shed and the East Handyside Canopy.
Applications for reserved matters approval and listed building consent are likely to be submitted in May. If successful, work will start in late 2013 with the project set to open in spring 2015.
Architect Bennetts Associates has been appointed to draw up plans to restore and convert the building and structure. It will also create 25,000 sq ft of offices alongside the store.

71 Estate Regeneration | London | £250m

Winner: Willmott Dixon

Location: London

Start: March 2013

Completion: 2025

Contact: Willmott Dixon Holdings Limited
Spirella 2
Icknield Way
Letchworth Garden City
Herts SG64GY

T: 01462 671852

Subbies: Willmott Dixons development arm Regen has reached financial close on the first phase of the £250m redevelopment of a major Tower Hamlets estate in London.
The deal with housing body Poplar HARCA will see building work start in March on the first 105 private sale homes in the plan to transform the Aberfeldy estate.
The multi-phase regeneration of the seven acre Aberfeldy will see 1,176 homes, shops, healthcare and community facilities created over 12 years.
During the course of the long term project, over 1,000 construction jobs will be sustained and its also expected to bring 300 new jobs to the area after completion.

72 Arts Complex | Manchester | £25m

Winner: Wates Construction

Location: Manchester

Start: January 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Wates North West
Manchester
4th Floor
The Royals
353 Altrincham Road
Sharston
Manchester M22 4BJ

Tel: 0161 946 8800

Subbies: Manchester City Council has awarded the contract to build a £25m city centre theatre, cinema and gallery to Wates Construction.
Wates plans to host a series of meet the buyer events to get on board local suppliers and subcontractors.
It will also take on 10 apprentices from the Greater Manchester Construction Group Training Association.
The new HOME arts centre will see Manchesters arts institutions, Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company co-locate at First Street North.
The new complex will boast a 500 seat theatre, 150 seat flexible studio space, art galler, five cinema screens, digital production and broadcast facilities, restaurant and offices.
The scheme incorporates three viaduct arches along Whitworth Street West and has been designed by Dutch architects Mecanoo, which has an office in Manchester.
The 20-acre site is also set for an outdoor performance area, a new public square for the city, a 208 bed hotel, a 700 space multistorey car park and around eight to ten new restaurant and caf units.

73 Water Main laying | Reigate | £14m

Winner: Clancy Docwra

Location: Reigate

Start: April 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Clancy Docwra
Dartford
Hawley Mill Road
Dartford
DA2 7QX

Tel: 01322 394400

Subbies: Sutton and East Surrey Water has signed up Clancy Docwra to install a 10 mile long major water main near Reigate.
The firm will lay the 800mm pipeline in open country and farmland between the water companys Outwood reservoir and Buckland pumping station.
Clancy will also use trenchless technology to lay pipework under two railway lines at Buckland and Salfords and below three A-roads.

74 Learning Centre | Sunbury on Thames | £12m

Winner: BAM Construct

Location: Sunbury on Thames

Start: January 2013

Completion: Early 2014

Contact: BAM Construct UK Ltd
Breakspear Park
Breakspear Way
Hemel Hempstead
Hertfordshire
HP2 4UL

T: 01442 238 300

Subbies: BAM Construct has won the deal to build a new £12m Learning Centre for BP at its International Centre for Business and Technology in Sunbury-on-Thames.
BAM fought off competition from Balfour Beatty, Kier and Lend Lease to land the centre which will provide a 4,000 square metre learning environment for BPs employees. Construction is due for completion by early 2014.

75 Water Treatment Works | Castleford | £14.6m

Winner: Morgan SIndall/Grontmij

Location: Castleford

Start: April 2013

Completion: May 2015

Contact: Morgan Sindall
Corporation Street
Rugby
Warwickshire
CV21 2DW

Tel: 01788 534500

Subbies: Morgan Sindalls joint venture with Grontmij has picked up a £14.6m project with Yorkshire Water Services to improve the water quality of the River Aire.
The Castleford Waste Water Treatment Works upgrade scheme is due to start on site in April and will be completed in May 2015.
Awarded under the AMP5 Yorkshire Water Framework, the project involved the design and construction of a new inlet works, three primary settlement tanks, an activated sludge plant and three final settlement tanks.
The firms will also deliver two inlet pumping stations and a storm tank, as well as associated sludge treatment facilities to reduce the amount of ammonia released into the river.

76 Leisure Centre | Hebburn | £11m

Winner: Willmott Dixon

Location: Hebburn

Start: August 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Willmott Dixon
Spirella 2
Icknield Way
Letchworth Garden City
Herts SG64GY

T: 01462 671852

Subbies: South Tyneside Council has selected Willmott Dixon to build a leisure centre in Hebburn, which forms a key part of the towns regeneration plans.
The community hub is a leisure facility developed by South Tyneside Council as part of its masterplan to regenerate the town centre, which also includes a supermarket and residential housing.
Willmott Dixon will build a 25m, six-lane swimming pool as well as a learner pool, sports hall, dance studio, library and customer service facilities.
The builder has just signed up Mott MacDonald as its civil and structural design engineers for the £11m project.
As well as providing civil and structural engineering services on the project, Mott MacDonald will reuse materials where possible and minimise waste onsite by using a precast concrete floor solution.
Additionally, the consultancy will use BIM on the project in order to deliver time, cost, environmental and operational efficiencies.

77 Leisure Centre | London | £12m

Winner: Mulalley

Location: London

Start: July 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Mulalley & Company Limited
Teresa Gavin House
Woodford Avenue
Woodford Green
Essex
IG8 8FA.

Switchboard: 020 8551 9999

Subbies: Essex contractor Mulalley has won the job to build a leisure centre in Stratford, London.
Demolition of the existing swimming pool is underway due to high maintenance costs and levels of asbestos in the 1930s building.

78 Managed Motorway | M25 | £321m

Winner: Connect Plus

Location: M25

Start: Spring 2013

Completion: February 2015

Contact: Connect Plus
Connect Plus House
St Albans Road
South Mimms
Potters Bar
Hertfordshire
EN6 3NP

Tel: 020 3386 8500

Subbies: Balfour Beatty and Skanska have been awarded a £321m design and construction contract to upgrade sections of the M25 for the Highways Agency.
The Connect Plus joint venture will be responsible for constructing the infrastructure for Managed Motorways on 46km of the M25 in two sections between junctions 5 to 7 and junctions 23 to 27 through Kent, Surrey, Essex and Hertfordshire.
Work includes the upgrade of the central reservation to a concrete barrier and the installation of road management technology including electronic matrix signs, CCTV cameras and emergency refuge areas for vehicles.

79 Housing Renovation | Blackpool | £22m

Winner: Lovell

Location: Blackpool

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: 2019

Contact: Lovell Partnerships Limited
Nelson House
Park Road
Altrincham
Cheshire
WA14 5DL

Tel: 0161 905 1727

Subbies: Lovell has won a £22m development contract from Blackpool Council to transform the towns Queens Park housing estate.
Work over the next six years will see 198 houses and apartments built on the council-owned estate, replacing five tower blocks and which are set to be demolished.

80 Estate Decoration | London | £30m

Winner: Mitie

Location: London

Start: March 2013

Completion: March 2016

Contact: Visit the Mitie suppliers portal at http://mitiesourcing.co.uk/portal/supplier_pre_qualification_terms.cfm

Subbies: Hammersmith & Fulham Council has awarded Mitie a £30m contract to repair and redecorate thousands of council houses.
The firm will deliver a borough wide cyclical planned maintenance programme worth £10m annually for three years.
Work starts in March and will see an army of painters deliver external and communal decorative repairs and redecorations for more than 7,500 homes.
Mities deal includes maintenance of the external fabric and fixtures of the buildings, such as windows, doors, roofs, walkways, external walls and cladding.
Works to communal areas also include the testing and repair or replacement of electrical installations.

81 Crossrail Station | London | £35m

Winner: Laing O'Rourke

Location: London

Start: January 2013

Completion: December 2015

Contact: Laing O'Rourke
Bridge Place 1 & 2
Anchor Boulevard
Crossways Dartford Kent
DA2 6SN
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1322 296200

Subbies: Laing ORourke has won the new £35m Crossrail station at Custom House in east London next week.
The new station will be mainly manufactured off site at ORourkes factory near Sheffield.
Work is due for completion in December 2015 and will include a new ticket hall, an interchange with the Docklands Light Railway and step-free access between the platforms and street level.
The station will have a roof made from the transparent plastic material, EFTE, similar to the material that was used at the Eden Project in Cornwall.

82 Airport Extension | East Midlands | £12m

Winner: BAM

Location: East Midlands

Start: December 2012

Completion: December 2013

Contact: BAM Construction Ltd
Midlands
Holly Grange
Holly Lane
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7EB

T: (01676) 536 300

Subbies: BAM Construction has landed a £12m upgrade contract at East Midlands Airport.
Work will involve a major refurbishment of the security search area and a reconfigured terminal layout.
The scheme will be completed in phases with the terminal building remaining operational at all times.

83 Highways Maintenance | Suffolk | £500m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Suffolk

Start: April 2013

Completion: April 2018

Contact: Balfour Beatty Living Places
Ashwood Park
Ashwood Way
Basingstoke
Hampshire RG23 8BG

Tel +44 (0)1256 400 400

Subbies: Balfour Beatty Living Places has won the race to maintain Suffolks highways under a contract which could be worth up to £500m over the next ten years.
Balfour will be responsible for the design and implementation of highway maintenance and improvement works, winter gritting, street lighting, traffic signals and bridge works throughout the county.

84 Holiday Park | Woburn Forest | £93m

Winner: Bowmer & Kirkland

Location: Woburn Forest

Start: November 2012

Completion: March 2014

Contact: For details of how to become a Bowmer & Kirkland supplier visit http://www.bandk.co.uk/supply-chain.html

Subbies: Bowmer & Kirkland has started on a £93m contract to construct the leisure buildings and facilities at the new Center Parcs in Woburn Forest.
Bowmer & Kirklands contract includes construction of the buildings for the Subtropical Swimming Paradise, restaurants, spa, 75-bedroom hotel, sports hall, conference spaces, supermarket and other associated buildings.
Work is expected to take 72 weeks and provide employment for 1,200 construction workers.
ISG has won a separate £61m contract to build 624 lodges at the site while Birse has a £26m roads and technical infrastructure deal.

85 Exhibition Centre | Liverpool | £40m

Winner: ISG

Location: Liverpool

Start: Autumn 2013

Completion: Spring 2015

Contact: Jim Parker
Managing director
North West
ISG
Building 1
Exchange Quay
Salford Quays
Manchester
M5 3EA
Tel: (+44) 161 836 1800

Subbies: ISG has won the race to build a £40m exhibition centre at Kings Dock in Liverpool.
The 8,100sq m, three-hall Exhibition Centre Liverpool will include an integrated hotel.
A planning submission is scheduled to be submitted next March 2013 with construction set to start in autumn 2013 and be completed by spring 2015.
Plans for Exhibition Centre Liverpool include a public atrium, food and beverage outlets, meeting rooms and a business centre.
The three halls will each be 2,700sq m and will be separated by movable walls.
The facility will be capable of hosting trade and consumer exhibitions, concerts and sports events.

86 Power Plant | Bradford | £170m

Winner: Skanska

Location: Bradford

Start: Spring 2013

Completion: 2016

Contact: For more information on the Skanska supply chain visit http://www.skanska.co.uk/about-skanska/skanska-supply-chain/

Subbies: Bradford council has given the planning green light for a new £170m combined heat and power plant in the city.
Main contractor Skanska will now start construction in spring 2013 on the site at Bowling Back Lane.
Building work will be complete in 2016 when the Pennine Resource Recovery (PRR) will start a 25-year contract worth £1bn to turn Bradfords waste into power.
PRR is made up of Skanska, FCC Environment and AECOM.
Skanska is leading the development of the project and will work through a joint venture with AECOM to design, build and commission the plant. Once built, FCC Environment will manage its operations.
The construction phase is expected to create 300 jobs.

87 Railway | Scotland | £294m

Winner: Bam Nuttall

Location: Scotland

Start: 2013

Completion: Summer 2015

Contact: Finchpalm Ltd Albion House Albion Way Wembley Middlesex HA9 0LP Tel: 020 89032033 Fax: 020 89034604 Email: finchpalm@bamnuttall.co.uk Location map [PDF file] London & Central Office Albion House Albion Way Wembley Middlesex HA9 0LP Tel: 020 89032033 Fax: 020 89034604 Email : ashlyns@bamnuttall.co.uk Area Manager - Ken Selway Business Development Contact Mark Matthews mark.matthews@bamnuttall.co.uk Bam Nuttall
Scotland Area Office
Glasgow Road
Kilsyth
Glasgow G65 9BL

Tel: 01236 467050

Subbies: Bam Nuttall can start construction of the £294m Borders Railway early in 2013 following a funding deal between Network Rail and the Scottish Government.
The agreement commits Network Rail to commissioning the new 30 mile railway and seven new stations by summer 2015 between Edinburgh and Tweedbank.
The capital construction cost of the line will be £294m and the total 30 year construction and maintenance cost of the scheme is now £60m less than initial estimates.
The new line will include 30 miles of new passenger railway with three existing stations and seven new ones.
From north to south, new stations will be built in Shawfair, Eskbank, Newtongrange, Gorebridge, Stow, Galashiels and Tweedbank.

88 Gatwick Pier | Gatwick Airport | £184m

Winner: Vinci

Location: Gatwick Airport

Start: January 2013

Completion: Summer 2015

Contact: Vinci
Head Office
Astral House
Imperial Way
Watford
Hertfordshire WD24 4WW

Tel: +44 (0) 1923 233433

Subbies: Gatwick Airport has confirmed Vinci Construction will transform Pier 1 in the South Terminal at a cost of £184m.
The project is Gatwicks largest capital investment since the change of ownership nearly three years ago.
It is also a historic milestone for Gatwick as the pier is one of the oldest in the South Terminal and was first opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1958.
The project will involve the demolition of the existing Pier 1 in the New Year to make way for the new building.
Due to be opened in summer 2015, the new building will house a new baggage system and new gate-rooms for passengers, and will be linked to five new aircraft stands by air-bridges. The project will also encompass taxi-way improvements on the airfield.

89 Student Accommodation | London | £25m

Winner: Mansell

Location: London

Start: December 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: David Notley
Mansell
Customer Relationship Director
National Business Team
Roman House
Salisbury Road
Totton
Southampton
Hampshire
SO40 3XF
Tel : 023 8058 0400

Subbies: Mansell Construction will start work in December on a £25m contract to build student halls in north London.
Student accommodation developer Unite said it would now go-ahead with the project after paying builders merchant Travis Perkins for the Camden site.

90 Mixed-use | London | £350m

Winner: Lend Lease

Location: London

Start: December 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Lend Lease
20 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF

Tel +44 (0)20 3430 9000

Subbies: Lend Lease has been given the green light to start a £350m office and luxury flats complex in Victoria.
Client Land Securities said construction can now go ahead at Kingsgate House after legislation was changed this week to prevent a planning levy for local infrastructure being double charged.
Lend Lease has been lined up as main contractor after fighting off competition from Mace and Sir Robert McAlpine.

91 School Campus | Penarth | £48m

Winner: Leadbitter

Location: Penarth

Start: October 2012

Completion: December 2014

Contact: Leadbitter
Grange Court, Abingdon Science Park
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX14 3NB

Telephone: 01235 544500

Subbies: Leadbitter has started main construction work on the £48m Penarth Learning Community in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The new campus has just gained planning permission allowing Leadbitter to start on its £39.5m construction contract.
Work will provide a new building for St Cyres School and a new school to accommodate Ysgol Erwr Delyn, Ysgol Maes Dyfan and Ashgrove School.
Construction will happen in two phases to allow for the new building to be built on the existing playing fields during phase one.
Once complete, there will be a phased occupation of the two schools, with St Cyres School moving in during October 2014. The new SEN school will be occupied from December 2014.
Following this, phase two of the works will see the demolition of the old St Cyres School, Ashgrove School and Ysgol Erwr Delyn and construction of new sporting facilities.
The modern, flexible building will provide a total of 21,000 square metres of space for the two schools to cater for approximately 1,270 pupils in St Cyres School and 205 pupils in the new SEN school.
Sporting facilities at St Cyres School will include two multi-use gymnasiums and a third generation all weather artificial turf pitch.
The building features concrete flat slab construction and recessed windows to promote natural cooling. Natural ventilation and plentiful daylight have also been incorporated into the design.
Materials are being responsibly sourced, with approximately 20% of materials used coming from recycled content.
Project and cost management, along with CDM services, are being provided by Davis Langdon. The design team working with Leadbitter includes HLM Architects and Arup.

92 Care Home | Surrey | £13m

Winner: GB Building Solutions

Location: Surrey

Start: October 2012

Completion: Spring 2014

Contact: GB Building Solutions
4-7 Station Road,
Sunbury on Thames,
Surrey,TW16 6SB

Tel: 01932 733 900

Subbies: GB Building Solutions has won a £13m new care home for Signature Senior Lifestyle in Coombe, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey.
Work will provide 92 suites of which 24 are specially designed for dementia care.
The building will also include a restaurant, hair salon, lounges, cinema, spa bathroom, bistro and a dedicated space for exhibiting art.
The project is designed to BREEAM Excellent standard and will incorporate sustainable features such as a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant and solar thermal panels.

93 Casino | Birmingham | £89m

Winner: Galliford Try

Location: Birmingham

Start: October 2012

Completion: January 2015

Contact: Galliford Try Building Central
David Hibbert
Director
Central South
Wolvey, Hinckley, Leicestershire LE10 3JF

Tel: 01455 222 777

Subbies: Galliford Try has signed final financial agreements to build a new casino for gaming giant Genting UK at the NEC in Birmingham.
The £89m Resorts World project, which will be one of the biggest building projects in the Midlands, can now start on site to meet a new opening date of January 2015.
As well as a new giant casino, the project includes a 176-bed four/five-star hotel and spa, conference facilities, a factory outlet centre, a cinema complex and parking for 480 cars.

94 Container Port | Southampton | £150m

Winner: Volker Stevin

Location: Southampton

Start: October 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: VolkerStevin Head Office
The Lancashire Hub
Preston City Park Bluebell Way
Preston
PR2 5PE

T 01772 708 620

Subbies: Volker Stevin is starting work on a £150m expansion of Southamptons container port.
Volker will reconstruct berths 201 and 202 to form a new quay in preparation for the arrival of the next generation of ultra large container carriers at the Port of Southampton.
The initial £80m phase will involve constructing a 500m quay wall with a 16m draft.
Volker Stevin on the hunt for subcontractors to carry out earthworks, demolition, dredging and concrete piling.
Dredging works to widen and deepen parts of the main approach channel between the Isle of Wight and the port are awaiting approval by the Marine Management Organisation.
The remaining £50-£70m in the port budget will be spent later on increasing berths 204 and 207.

95 Academy | Kensington | £58m

Winner: Leadbitter

Location: Kensington

Start: October 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Leadbitter
Grange Court
Abingdon Science Park
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX14 3NB

Telephone: 01235 544500

Subbies: Plans for a £58m new academy and leisure centre in the North Kensington area of London have been approved.
Planning consent from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea paves the way for contractor Leadbitter to start in October.
Building of the leisure centre will run in parallel with the academy so that both new buildings can open together in 2014.
The proposed new centre will have three pools, a 120 station gym and an eight-court sports hall.

96 Council Office Refurbishment | Norwich | £14m

Winner: RG Carter

Location: Norwich

Start: Spring 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: R G Carter
Maple Road
Kings Lynn
Norfolk
PE34 3AH

Tel: 01553 761131

Subbies: Local contractor R G Carter has won a £14m refurbishment deal to modernise Norfolk County Councils 1960s built headquarters.
Carter will be working closely with NPS Property Consultants and the council to plan the work which will start in the spring of 2013 and last until 2015.
Energy efficincy improvements will include:
Insulation added to the inside of exterior walls
Secondary glazing to cut heat loss through the original bronze metal single-glazed windows
Modern ventilation systems
Efficient new heating
The Carter contract is the first of three phases of work on County Hall worth a total of £22m.
The second phase will focus on the north and south wings, while the third phase will see year on year maintenance continued to keep the building in good condition for a full 25 years.

97 Container Terminal | Liverpool | £300m

Winner: Lend Lease

Location: Liverpool

Start: Early 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: Lend Lease
20 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF

Tel +44 (0)20 3430 9000

Subbies: Peel Ports has named Lend Lease as principal contractor for its massive new Liverpool 2 deep-water container terminal at the Port of Liverpool.
Lend Lease will drive the overall programme, support operations, and collaborate with Peel Ports in managing site facilities and rules.
The main quay wall and dredging contractor will be named shortly, and further packages of work will be advertised, including design and consultancy services.
As principal contractor Lend Lease will oversea construction of a new 854m quay wall, the in-filling of the newly created land mass, the dredging of a new 16.5m deep berthing pockets and installation of ship to shore quay cranes and rail mounted gantry cranes and supporting infrastructure works.
Work on the quay wall will require 30,000 cu m of concrete, 15,000 metres of steel piles and 6,100m of new crane rails.
Dredging of the berthing pocket will remove around one million cu m of material from the Mersey and almost three million cubic metres of infill material will be required to create the new container area.
Associated infrastructure will require the construction of 3,500m of new road, 230,000 sq m of surfacing and 2,500m of fencing.

98 Student Accommodation | Manchester | £28m

Winner: GB Building Solutions

Location: Manchester

Start: January 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: GB Building
Head Office
4-7 Station Road,
Sunbury on Thames,
Surrey,TW16 6SB

Tel: 01932 733 900

Subbies: GB Building Solutions has won a £28m contract from Manchester Metropolitan University for a student accommodation scheme on their Birley Fields campus in Hulme.
The site will provide student bedrooms across 77 townhouses and 34 cluster flats with work set to start in January.
The student accommodation scheme will utilise the benefits of a district heating system provided by a new energy centre installed as part of the wider campus development.
All bedrooms will have a grey water system and GB plans to recycle 98% of waste generated during constriction.

99 Football Training Academy | Manchester | £100m

Winner: BAM

Location: Manchester

Start: September 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Local businesses wishing to be considered as preferred suppliers should email the club at supplyenquiry@mcfc.co.uk
Alternatively they can visit during office hours, the Construction Information Centre which is located on Ashton Old Road from September 14.

Subbies: BAM will build a new £100m football academy for Manchester City FC.
Work will involve converting an 80 acre site adjacent to the Etihad Stadium into a state of the art youth development and first team training facility.
BAM is due to complete the project in time for the 2014/15 Premier League season and the club has vowed to award 70% of work to local suppliers and subcontractors.
Remediation work on the site over the past year has already created 49 local jobs and a minimum of 160 further construction jobs will be available for which a minimum 70% local recruitment target has been set.
The club is also committed to sourcing supplies locally with a 70% target for local firms in the new scheme.

100 School | Worcestershire | £22m

Winner: Speller Metcalfe

Location: Worcestershire

Start: October 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Speller Metcalfe Malvern Limited
Maple Road
Enigma Business Park
Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 1GQ

T: +44 (0) 1684 571200

Subbies: Regional builder Speller Metcalfe has beaten rival national contractors to take a £22m contract to develop Habberley Learning Campus in Worcestershire.
The school campus project is set to become one of the most extensive Passivhaus jobs in the UK to date.
The site will be refurbished and developed alongside construction of the new Wyre Forest Special School.

101 Student Accommodation | Edinburgh | £110m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Edinburgh

Start: Spring 2013

Completion: 2014

Contact: Balfour Beatty Construction Scottish & Southern Ltd
Dean House, 24 Ravelston Terrace,
Edinburgh, EH4 3TP

Telephone: 0131 332 9411

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has been named as preferred bidder for the University of Edinburghs £110m Holyrood postgraduate student accommodation and outreach centre project.
The 50-year concession contract involves the design, build and maintenance of accommodation facilities for 1,160 postgraduate students, as well as an outreach centre for the university.
Balfour Beatty will invest 100% of the required equity in the project, which is expected to reach financial close in spring 2013.

102 Shopping Centre Extension | Glasgow | £9m

Winner: Miller Construction

Location: Glasgow

Start: August 2012

Completion: Summer 2013

Contact: Glasgow Office
Glasgow Business Park
Unit 1125 Parkway Court
281 Springhill Parkway
Baillieston
G69 6GA

t: 0870 111 5758

Subbies: Miller will build a £9m leisure development at Glasgow Fort Shopping Park which will create up to 250 construction jobs.
The 45,000 sq ft extension will be ready by next summer and contain a Vue cinema alongside five restaurants TGI Friday, Prezzo, Harvester, Chiquito and PizzaExpress.

103 Crossrail Station | London | £35m

Winner: Laing O'Rourke

Location: London

Start: Early 2013

Completion: 2018

Contact: Head Office
Bridge Place 1 & 2
Anchor Boulevard
Crossways
Dartford
Kent DA2 6SN

Tel: +44 (0)1322 296200

Subbies: Laing ORourke has bagged its third Crossrail station contract with the £35m Custom House job in east London.
ORourke fought-off competition from Costain, Geoffrey Osborne and Hochtief to land the job to build the above ground station.
The win completes a Crossrail hattrick for ORourke after the firm won the main £300m Liverpool Street Station contract and the £200m Tottenham Court Road station job earlier this year.
The new station will include a new ticket hall, interchange with Docklands Light Railway and step-free access between the street and Crossrail platforms

104 Student Accommodation | Liverpool | £50m

Winner: Ocon Construction

Location: Liverpool

Start: October 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: Ocon Construction
The Place
Ducie Street
Manchester
M1 2TP

Tel: 0844 811 2034

Subbies: Ocon Construction has won a 1,259-bed student accommodation project.
The £50m University of Liverpool contract will comprise three buildings, of seven, nine and 10 storeys.
As well as accommodation there will be shops, a laundry and games room. Work will start in October.
Crown Place campus will be built on the site of the universitys veterinary school, which is relocating. The fabric of the demolished veterinary school will be recycled as hardcore material for the scheme.

105 Holiday Park Accommodation | Woburn | £61m

Winner: ISG

Location: Woburn

Start: November 2012

Completion: February 2014

Contact: ISG
Aldgate House
33 Aldgate High St.
London
EC3N 1AG
Louise Maciver (+44) 207 247 1717

Subbies: ISG has won the £61m contract to build 625 lodges at Center Parcs new development at the Warren Wood Forest Village, near Woburn.
ISG fought-off competition from Kier, Leadbitter and Ardmore for the accommodation contract on the 365 acre site which is scheduled to open in spring 2014.
The 59-week fast-track job will start on site in November and involves the construction of two, three and four bed lodges, built using off-site manufactured timber frames, structural insulated timber wall panels and traditional tiled roofs.

106 Eco-village | Bicester | £80m

Winner: WIllmott Dixon

Location: Bicester

Start: Late 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Willmott Dixon Holdings Limited br />Spirella 2 br />Icknield Way br />Letchworth Garden City br />Herts SG64GY br />br />T: 01462 671852

Subbies: Willmott Dixon can start construction later this year on 393 homes in the first phase of the wider 5,000-home town in Bicester, Oxfordshire.
The cost of delivering the housing element will be in the region of £80m, although the project also includes a school and an Eco Business Centre.
Cherwell District Council gave developer P3Eco and housing association A2Dominion the planning go ahead last August but had to agreed final details of the mixed-use zero carbon village.
The decision unlocks £6m in Homes and Communities Agency funding needed to help deliver 119 affordable homes as part of this phase of development.
NW Bicester Eco Development will be one of the biggest housing developments constructed to Level 5 of the Code for Sustainable Homes in the UK so far.
This exceeds the new standards set by the Government for housing in the designated eco-towns.
Each house will have high standards of water efficiency, exceptional levels of insulation in walls, windows and roofs and make use of photovoltaic panels and district heating systems.

107 Recycling Plant | Glasgow | £160m

Winner: Interserve

Location: Glasgow

Start: Summer 2013

Completion: 2016

Contact: Interserve
Interserve House,
Ruscombe Park,
Twyford,
Reading,
Berkshire RG10 9JU

Telephone: 0118 932 0123

Subbies: Interserve is set to build a major waste processing plant in Glasgow after the city council signed a 25-year deal with specialist Viridor.
Viridor will invest £160m in the design, build, finance and operate contract with Glasgow City Council and has signed up Interserve to construct recycling and energy from waste plants as part of the deal.
The contract, which is subject to building approval, requires the treatment of up to 200,000 tonnes per annum of waste and is designed to achieve around 90% landfill diversion.
Viridor expects to secure planning consent by early 2013 to allow construction work to start that summer.
By 2016, when the plants are expected to come on stream, Viridor expects to have around 1.8m tonnes of thermal treatment capacity and over 250MW of renewable energy capacity.

108 Bus Station | Rochdale | £11m

Winner: Kier

Location: Rochdale

Start: July 2012

Completion:

Contact: Kier Construction
11 Mercury Park
Mercury Way
Trafford Park
Manchester
M41 7LY

tel: 0161 864 8888

Subbies: Construction of a new bus and tram interchange in Rochdale is underway by Kier
It is set to be the first in Europe with integrated hydropower generation.
The interchange will be on the site adjacent to the existing bus station and next to the new Council offices currently under construction.
Now the site of the existing station can be redeveloped as part of the wider £250m town centre plan.

109 Care Apartments | Derbyshire | £23m

Winner: Willmott Dixon

Location: Derbyshire

Start: Late 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Peter Owen
Willmott Dixon Midlands
Chantry House
High Street
Coleshill
Birmingham, B46 3BP

T: 01675 467666

Subbies: Willmott Dixon will deliver nearly 200 extra care apartments in Derbyshire after being chosen by Chevin Housing Association to build three projects.

The three phases are:
55 two-bedroom apartments and communal facilities with parking and gardens at Foolow Court in Foolow Avenue, Chesterfield
52 apartments and communal facilities on the Cressy Fields site in Cressy Road, Alfreton
90 apartments with communal facilities and day care centre on former Clay Cross School site in Market Street in Clay Cross

110 Tesco Store | Wolverhampton | £60m

Winner: Bowmer & Kirkland

Location: Wolverhampton

Start: November 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact:
Bowmer & Kirkland
High Edge Court
Heage
Belper
Derbyshire DE56 2BW

Tel: +(44) 01773 853131

Subbies: Builder Bowmer & Kirkland has been given a November start date for a major Tesco superstore in the heart of Wolverhampton.
The retailer has decided to push ahead with the 140,00 sq ft store plan at the landmark Royal Hospital site.
The retailer plans to regenerate 10 acres of derelict land include an innovative design of the superstore to restore and incorporate the existing historic building.
The development will comprise the anchor 97,000 sq ft superstore, together with 34,000 sq ft of office and community space, 9,000 sq ft of smaller retail shops, a restaurant, cafe, and petrol filling station.

111 Flats and hotel | Liverpool | £45m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Liverpool

Start: Summer 2012

Completion: 2015

Contact: Balfour Beatty Construction Northern Ltd
Cavendish House
Cross Street
Sale,
Manchester
M33 7BU

Telephone: 0161 972 7500

Subbies: Developer Neptune Developments has gained planning approval for its £45m redevelopment of the stalled Baltic Triangle site in Liverpool.
Balfour Beatty is on board to build 200 apartments, a 170-bed hotel, and 5,000 sq m of offices on the site opposite the Kings Dock.
The site has been an eyesore in the city since previous developer Windsor went bust in 2007, halfway through the concrete package, leaving Laing ORourke nursing big losses.
Balfour Beatty will start work on the first of two residential blocks. The third building is earmarked for an hotel and fourth for leisure or offices.

112 Market Refurbishment | Chesterfield | £3.6m

Winner: G F Tomlinson

Location: Chesterfield

Start: September 2012

Completion: September 2013

Contact: GF Tomlinson
Tomlinson House
100 Alfreton Road
Derby
DE21 4AG

T: 01332 342202

Subbies: Local contractor G F Tomlinson has been appointed by Chesterfield Borough Council to take on the refurbishment of the towns Market Hall.
Tomlinson has pledge with the council to use local subcontractors and suppliers on the job.
Stuart Lawrence, Managing Director of G F Tomlinson said he will be inviting local suppliers and subcontractors to quote for works on the project.

113 Schools | Telford & Wrekin | £110m

Winner: Shepherd Construction

Location: Telford & Wrekin

Start: January 2012

Completion: 2015

Contact: Peter Bates
Programme Director
Shepherd Construction
Shepherd House
Southmoor Road
Manchester
M23 9GH

Tel: 0161 9457111

Subbies: Telford & Wrekin Council has signed a deal with Shepherd Construction for the next phase of its Building Schools for the Future Programme.
Under the deal, Shepherd will now get first refusal for the design and build contracts on five news schools and three remodelled schools in phase two of the programme.
The first school in this phase is the complete rebuild of the Ercall Wood Technology College in Wellington.
Shepherd will build the 900 place secondary school and later demolish the existing school buildings.
The replacement buildings will provide additional sporting facilities and encourage community use and the site has been designed to relieve traffic congestion on Golf Links Lane and other local roads.

114 School | Wales | £18m

Winner: Willmott Dixon

Location: Wales

Start: July 2012

Completion: July 2014

Contact: Anthony Dillon
Regional Managing Director
Willmott Dixon
32 Cathedral Road
Cardiff
Glamorgan
CF11 9UQ

T: 029 2022 1002

Subbies: Willmott Dixon has won the contract from Conwy County Borough Council for an £18m project to redevelop Ysgol Y Gogarth special education needs school on its existing site in Craig y Don, Llandudno.
Work will provide a new home for the 170-pupil school with a new library, IT spaces, therapy rooms, hydro-pool, sports hall and vocational teaching areas.
Existing residential facilities will also be extensively refurbished to provide self contained flats with a new entrance offering a clear division between school and home.
The final phase will include improved vehicle access and parking, new grassed and multi-use sports pitches together with new habitat and recreation areas.
Willmott Dixon will be using local subcontractors where possible under its Local Pound strategy.
Work will take place in phases over two years, with Willmott Dixon working with Atkins as architect.

115 Student Accommodation | Reading | £3.7m

Winner: Mansell

Location: Reading

Start: July 2012

Completion: Summer 2013

Contact:

Subcontractors wishing to join Mansell's supply chain should contact:

Simon Wright
Supply Chain and Sustainability Director
Roman House
522 Derby Road
Lenton
Nottingham
NG7 2GW

Tel : 07791 383375

swright@mansell.plc.uk

Subbies: Mansell has won a £3.7 million contract with Fawleybridge Student Accommodation for the design and build of a new student accommodation development at Regis Park Road, Green Road, Reading.
The five-storey building will provide some 100 en-suite bed rooms arranged in shared flats of various sizes, from 5 beds up to 10 and 12 beds. Each flat has its own common room and kitchen and will be of a very high specification including high speed internet, WiFi, and TVs.
The Regis Park development will be the second student accommodation facility for Fawleybridge, who already successfully operate a building at Kings Road in Reading. Regis Park will be the closest purpose built, privately operated, student accommodation facility to the Reading University campus.

116 Nuclear Power Station | Somerset | £2,000m

Winner: Laing O'Rourke

Location: Somerset

Start: 2013

Completion: 2018

Contact: HEAD OFFICE
Laing O'Rourke
Bridge Place 1 & 2
Anchor Boulevard
Crossways
Dartford
Kent DA2 6SN
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1322 296200

Subbies: EDF Energy has confirmed the Bouygues TP/Laing ORourke joint venture as preferred bidder for the main civils contract to build a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C in Somerset.
The contract will be worth around £2bn and will create 3,000 construction jobs.
The ORourke jv fought off fierce competition from rival bidder Balfour Beatty/Vinci in one of the most keenly contested contract races for years.
The Hinkley job is subject to planning consent and EDF Energy comitting the cash.
Construction will involve the main civils works for the nuclear island, the conventional island and supporting structures.
The ORourke team has entered into a preliminary agreement for Early Contractor Involvement which will see it working on the development of the detailed design, construction methodology and programme.
The ECI arrangement means engagement can begin early with the local community and supply chain.
This contract is the first relating to the main construction works which will see up to 25,000 jobs created on site over the course of the project, including an estimated 400 apprenticeships for the civils work.
The scope of work of the main civils contract includes the Nuclear Island, Conventional Island, Balance of Plant, Waste Disposal, Operational Service Centre; Temporary Civil Structures, Contractors offices on site; Contractors roads, platforms and networks.
The scale of the work involves sufficient steel reinforcement to build up to 9 HMS Illustrious aircraft carriers and enough left over to build 5 London Eyes; each nuclear island is the equivalent size of St Pauls Cathedral; and around enough concrete will be poured to fill Twickenham Rugby Stadium to roof level.

117 Luxury apartments | London | £100m

Winner: Mace

Location: London

Start: June 2012

Completion: Summer 2014

Contact: Simon Underwood
Director
Mace
Atelier House
64 Pratt Street
London NW1 0LF

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7068 6000

Subbies: Mace has been named as main contractor by European Land and Property on its £100m luxury apartments complex at 3 Merchant Square in Paddington.
Mace will build 159 private apartments along with 42 affordable apartments.
Work will also include retail space on the ground floor and the job is due for completion in summer 2014.
Merchant Square is a mixed use development comprising six buildings, including the iconic 1 Merchant Square tower.
Maces 3 Merchant Square is the third building to be developed following the completion of 4 and 5 Merchant Square in 2010.

118 University Building | Sheffield | £16m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Sheffield

Start: July 2012

Completion: September 2013

Contact: Balfour Beatty Construction Northern Ltd
Cavendish House
Cross Street
Sale
Manchester M33 7BU

Tel: +44 (0)161 972 7500

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has clinched the contract to refurbish and extend the University of Sheffields students union building with a bid of £16.4m.
University House building will be refurbished and integrated with the new Students Union built in 2010.
Work is scheduled to begin in late July and finish in September 2013. The work has been carefully planned in phases, to minimise disruption.

119 Academy | Aberdeenshire | £23m

Winner: Lend Lease

Location: Aberdeenshire

Start: July 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: Lend Lease
20 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF

Tel +44 (0)20 3430 9000

Subbies: Lend Lease has been named winning bidder for the Mearns Academy in Aberdeenshire.
The contractor beat Farrans, Robertson and Morrison to the school job with a bid of £23.4m.
Lend Lease proposes to award 75% of the work to contractors within a 30-mile radius of Laurencekirk.
The 840-pupil school will feature a range of sports facilities, including a four-court games hall, gym, fitness suite and sports pitches

120 Crossrail Ticket Hall | London | £200m

Winner: Laing O'Rourke

Location: London

Start: 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: HEAD OFFICE
Bridge Place 1 & 2
Anchor Boulevard
Crossways
Dartford
Kent DA2 6SN
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1322 296200

Subbies: Laing ORourke has won the latest Crossrail contract to build the Western Ticket Hall at Tottenham Court Road station.
Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station will be directly connected to the neighbouring Tube station allowing passengers to interchange between Crossrail and London Underground services.
Following completion of the works, a major over site development will be constructed above the Crossrail station.
The Crossrail station main works contract (C422) includes the major structural work and fitout of the Western Ticket Hall and fit-out of the station tunnels and Goslett Yard Box, which will link the Crossrail station to Tottenham Court Road Tube station.
Balfour Beatty Morgan Vinci Joint Venture has completed the construction of the foundations for Crossrails Western Ticket Hall at Tottenham Court Road (Contract C421).
Excavation of the ticket hall (Contract C300) is being undertaken by BAM Nuttall / Ferrovial Agroman /Kier JV.

121 Paint Factory | Northumberland | £25m

Winner: Sir Robert McAlpine

Location: Northumberland

Start: June 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd
4th Floor West Wing
Town Centre House
Woodhouse Lane
Merrion Centre
Leeds
LS2 8LY

Tel: 0113 244 0806

Subbies: Sir Robert McAlpine is main contractor on a £25m construction contract for a new £100m paint plant in Ashington, Northumberland for AkzoNobel.

122 Road Widening | Sussex | £77m

Winner: Carillion

Location: Sussex

Start: July 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Carillion plc
Birch Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 4HY

Tel: 01902 422 431

Subbies: Carillion will on widening a stretch of the A23 in Sussex to three lanes in each direction.
The £77m Handcross and Warninglid widening project is one of 14 major improvement schemes, worth £1.4bn, that the Highways Agency will start work on before 2015 subject to statutory processes.
Carillions A23 project team, which won the early contractor involvement contract seven years ago, are already on course to save £18m against previous estimates for the 2.4-mile widening job.
Main civil engineering work will start on 2 July and will involve narrow lanes and a temporary 40mph speed limit on the A23 between the Handcross and Warninglid junctions.

123 Mixed-use commercial | Oxford | £6m

Winner: ISG

Location: Oxford

Start: August 2012

Completion:

Contact: Jonathan Kell
Managing Director
Midlands
St Pauls Place
40 St Pauls Square
Birmingham
B3 1QX

Tel (+44) 121 262 1760

Subbies: ISG has been awarded a £6 million redevelopment project in the centre of Oxford. The contractor will be responsible for both construction and fit out elements of the prestigious mixed use scheme.
Originally constructed for the YMCA in 1891, 6-12 George Street is located in the heart of Oxfords central shopping area and combines ground floor retail space with basement storage and four levels of office accommodation. The new scheme will see ISG rebuild the existing structure with an additional storey, while retaining the historic facade in line with planning requirements.
The building will be demolished prior to ISG starting work in August, with scaffolding in place from the pavement side to support the retained facade during the build. ISG will excavate the existing basement level to increase the ceiling height and carry out extensive underpinning to ensure the structural stability of the buildings that enclose the site on three sides. The contractor will then complete piling works and create a new basement slab before erecting a steel frame to support the building.
The new structure has been designed to maximise natural light with curtain walling and insulated render elements across the rear elevation, creating a contemporary juxtaposition with the retained facade. The five levels of the existing building will be increased to six through the clever use of a mansard roof design, which incorporates a green sedum planting area and a striking bronze turret feature at its centre.
In addition to the new build element of the scheme, ISG will also be responsible for upgrading and repairing the retained facade, with the replacement of all sash windows on a like for like basis and repairing and cleaning the historical stone frontage. The company will also create a new shop front for the ground floor retail space.
The client will use the five storeys of office space for its own team and, internally, ISG will install a new staircase and lift, creating an open plan office layout. The fit out will incorporate high quality finishes throughout and a high specification mechanical and electrical installation, including intelligent building and lighting controls, chilled beams, and access, security and fire systems.

124 University Building | Glasgow | £89m

Winner: Lend Lease

Location: Glasgow

Start: Late 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Lend Lease
20 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF

Tel +44 (0)20 3430 9000

Subbies: Lend Lease has been appointed to build the University of Strathclydes £89m Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow city centre.
The triangular, nine-storey, steel-framed building will be constructed on a 260,000 sq ft brownfield city centre site adjacent to the university over an 87-week period. It includes open plan offices, three lecture theatres and specialist laboratory space.

125 Supermarket | Leamington Spa | £5m

Winner: Bowmer & Kirkland

Location: Leamington Spa

Start: June 2012

Completion: October 2012

Contact: McDermotts
Catherine street
Aston
Birmingham
B6 5RS

Tel: +44 (0) 121 326 8500

Subbies: Aston based McDermotts have won the groundworks package at the new £5m Morrison Store in Leamington Spa. This win is the first Morrisons Store to be secured by McDermotts and builds on the existing relationship between McDermotts and Bowmer & Kirkland Ltd that has been in place for over 10 years.
Other aspects of the groundworks package will be the drainage, concrete works including retaining walls and floors, attenuation tanks and hard landscaping.

126 Sea Defences | Lyme Regis | £10m

Winner: Dean & Dyball

Location: Lyme Regis

Start: Spring 2013

Completion: Spring 2015

Contact: Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering
7 Conqueror Court
Sittingbourne
Kent, ME10 5BH

Tel01795 432 470

Subbies: West Dorset District Council has chosen Dean & Dyball Civil Engineering to protect Lyme Regis from the sea.
The civils contractor will complete the detailed design and also construct the final fourth phase of the Lyme Regis Environmental Improvements Scheme.
Dean & Dyball will build build a 390m stretch of sea wall and carry out extensive slope stabilisation measures at Church Cliff and East Cliff, to the east of the town.
Preliminary work at the site, including ecological surveys, ground investigations and treatment of Japanese Knotweed, has already begun. Major construction work will begin in spring 2013 and last for about two years.

127 Highways Maintenance | Isle of Wight | £1,200m

Winner: Vinci/Ringway

Location: Isle of Wight

Start: April 2013

Completion: 2038

Contact: Vinci Civil Engineering
Astral House
Imperial Way, Watford
Hertfordshire WD24 4WW

Tel: +44 (0) 1923 233433

Subbies: Isle of Wight council has chosen Vinci Concessions and Ringway as its highways PFI preferred partner to build and maintain roads for 25 years.
Work will begin in April 2013 with the bulk of the Islands roads upgraded within the first seven years.
The scheme will allow Isle of Wight Council to improve the islands infrastructure including roads, footways and street lighting.
It includes almost 499 miles of road with 477 miles of footway. The project also includes 12,000 street lights and several bridges.
The consortium will fund 55 apprentices during the contract and employ local labour and subcontractors. It will also fund four Isle of Wight students planning to start engineering degrees this year with £1,500 bursaries.

128 Hotel | Glasgow | £4.6m

Winner: Russells Construction

Location: Glasgow

Start: May 2012

Completion: February 2013

Contact: Russells Limited
13 Westpoint Enterprise Park
Clarence Avenue
Trafford Park
Manchester
M17 1QS

Tel. 0161 868 4310

Subbies: Russells is building Glasgows newest hotel, a 91-bedroom Park Inn by Radisson in West George Street. Planned for completion by February 2013, the project is being delivered by main contractor Russells Construction, on behalf of developer Hotel Land and Development.
The work will bring back to life the Grade B-listed former Pearl Assurance Buildings on the corner of West George Street and Renfield Street in the heart of the city centre. Empty for many years, the stunning six-storey building will require careful management of the interior installations and preservation of the original features which have lain hidden for decades, while the restoration of the ornate cage lift which will be a particular highlight.
Located in one of the citys main thoroughfares near two major train stations, the new hotel will include a restaurant, gym and conference rooms, plus two retail units on the ground floor. Existing tenant La Tasca will remain and negotiations are underway for the second unit to be let to another leisure operator.
Working with Scottish architectural practice 3D Reid, Russells will be responsible for every element of the projects delivery, from construction works to decoration and furnishings.

129 Technical College | Northamptonshire | £8.5m

Winner: Shepherd Construction

Location: Northamptonshire

Start: September 2012

Completion: September 2013

Contact: Peter Bates
Shepherd Construction
Frederick House
Fulford Road
York YO10 4EA

Tel 01904 634431

Subbies: National contractor Shepherd Construction has been appointed as preferred bidder on an £8.5 million contract to deliver a new university technical college in Daventry, Northamptonshire.
Work on the Daventry University Technical College is due to start in September 2012 subject to full planning permission being granted. The project is being led by Moulton College and the University of Northampton working in partnership with Daventry District Council, Northamptonshire County Council and a range of employer partners
The 5,432 square metre college will provide students aged 14-19 with a range of full-time courses combining practical and academic studies and specialising in sustainable construction, environmental sustainability and engineering. The courses will be sponsored by the University of Northampton and employers will be heavily involved in shaping the curriculum.
The new college, which has been designed by Mentor FaulknerBrowns Architects, is scheduled to complete in September 2013. A number of sustainable features will be incorporated including photovoltaic panels, sedum roof and rainwater harvesting system.

130 Hospital Extension | Stevenage | £13.7m

Winner: Vinci/McAlpine

Location: Stevenage

Start: July 2012

Completion: September 2014

Contact: Integrated Health Projects

Alan Kondys
Vinci Construction
Framework Director
Tel: 01923 478475
Mob: 07816 514494

Louise Matthews
Sir Robert McAlpine
Framework Manager
Tel: 0121 230 8040

Subbies: Integrated Health Projects (IHP), the Joint Venture between VINCI Construction UK and Sir Robert McAlpine, has been appointed on the £13.7 million project by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust (the Trust) for a new emergency department at Lister Hospital in Stevenage.
The first part of the project is a new extension to the existing Accident and Emergency department within the existing hospital grounds. In addition IHP will undertake remodelling of the existing day surgery unit within the hospital to house a new fracture clinic, as well as refurbishing the current A&E department, paediatrics and the MRI scanning facilities which will be extended to include a recovery area. A remodelled Ultrasound facility is also included in the scheme.
The new emergency department, and additional works, comes as part of a major £75 million four phase redevelopment of Lister Hospital that, on completion, will see the hospital become the primary centre of emergency treatment and inpatient services for the east and north of Hertfordshire. The phased development involves 11 other major projects, including a new £20 million ward block and a £20 million extension to current operating theatres and a new endoscopy unit, which are currently awaiting approval.

131 Viaduct strengthening | London | £60m

Winner: Skanska

Location: London

Start: 2014

Completion: Spring 2017

Contact: Skanska Civil Engineering
Maple Cross House
Maple Cross
Rickmansworth
London
WD3 9SW

Phone +44 1923 776666

Subbies: Skanska has won a £60m contract from Network Rail to remodel and strengthen a series of viaducts on the Thameslink project. The scheme is known as the Bermondsey Dive under. Skanska will be responsible for the design and construction of the Dive under, which will be formed of 11 new inter connected structures, along the line of existing operational rail viaducts.
The new grade separated junction on the eastern approach to London Bridge Station will allow Thameslink Sussex lines to cross Kent lines unimpeded on their approach to the station.
Skanska will also be responsible for associated strengthening works to a number of bridge structures and brick arches along the route.
Main construction works are scheduled to start in 2014 with full completion of the project set for Spring 2017.

132 Police headquarters | West Yorkshire | £150m

Winner: Interserve

Location: West Yorkshire

Start: 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact: Interserve
Interserve House,
Ruscombe Park,
Twyford,
Reading,
Berkshire RG10 9JU

Tel0118 932 0123

Subbies: Interserve will award 85% of work to local subcontractors on its£150m PFI contract to build and operate two police divisional headquarters and a training centre in West Yorkshire.
The build element of the contract has been scaled down from an original price of £216m to £100m in the wake of the Governments construction efficiency drive.
The divisional head quarters will be located in Leeds and Normanton while the training centre will be be built next to the forces Operational Support Division in Wakefield.
Interserve will provide facilities management services at all the locations for 25 years after completing the construction.

133 Holiday apartments | Torquay | £11.5m

Winner: Mansell

Location: Torquay

Start: June 2012

Completion: December 2014

Contact:

Subcontractors wishing to join Mansell's supply chain should contact:

Simon Wright
Supply Chain and Sustainability Director
Roman House
522 Derby Road
Lenton
Nottingham
NG7 2GW

Tel : 07791 383375

swright@mansell.plc.uk

Subbies: Mansell has been awarded the contract by developer Havard Tisdale for an £11.5m mixed-use development on the English Riviera at Abbey Crescent, Torquay.
The six storey building will include 14 holiday apartments, 12 private luxury residential apartments, two penthouse residential suites and four new high quality restaurants.
The projects design has been influenced by the modernist style of early 20th century British seaside architecture.

134 Town Centre Regeneration | Birmingham | £70m

Winner: Morgan Sindall

Location: Birmingham

Start: May 2012

Completion: 2014/15

Contact: Julian Price
Area Manager
Morgan Sindall
4215 Waterside Centre
Birmingham Business Park
Solihull
Birmingham
West Midlands B37 7YN

Tel: 0121 329 1500

Subbies: Morgan Sindall has started work on the first phase of the £70 million Longbridge town centre regeneration scheme in Birmingham.
The contractor was appointed by leading regeneration specialist St. Modwen to deliver the scheme which will feature an 85,000 sq ft Sainsburys, 75-bedroom Premier Inn hotel and Beefeater Grill, 24 shops, restaurants, offices and car parking. The project is set to generate more than 1,000 new jobs.

135 Housing Maintenance | Yorkshire | £15m

Winner: Strategic Team Group

Location: Yorkshire

Start: May 2012

Completion: April 2013

Contact: Strategic Team Group
Strategic Business Centre
Blue Ridge Park
Thunderhead Ridge
Glasshoughton
Castleford
WF10 4UA

Tel: 01977 55 55 50

Subbies: Strategic Team Group will build nearly 150 new social houses across Yorkshire after winning a contract worth £15 million.
Strategic Team Group won the work with Yorkshire Housing and will build 144 new homes at affordable rent levels in Barnsley (two schemes), Wakefield, Bradford and Leeds.
Some of the new homes will replace existing properties and others will be constructed on previously undeveloped land.
Strategic Team Group will building 25 two, three and four-bedroom semi detached properties in Eccleshill, Bradford on land in Oakdale Drive and Ravenscliffe Avenue that was previously occupied by two-storey bedsits.
The two and three storey homes will have private gardens, off street parking and will be completed in November.
Some 37 new homes in Madeley Road, Wakefield will be constructed on a three-acre plot and will be finished in April 2013.
A previously demolished housing estate in Lundwood, Barnsley sees 30 two and three-bedroom semi detached and terraced houses built along with a new road network and landscaping works.
Homes will have private gardens separated by railings and walls at the front and fences at the rear before the scheme is completed in March next year.
Strategic Team Groups second site in Barnsley sees a further 30 properties being built on previously undeveloped land in Monk Bretton, which will be finished next April.
Due to a considerable slope, some of the homes will be of split-level design featuring retaining wall structures and the scheme will also include utility services, an access road, private off-street parking and landscaping.
Strategic Team Group starts its fifth scheme for Yorkshire Housing in May in Pudsey, Leeds with the construction of 22 two and three-bedroom houses.
Developed on an island site bounded by Waterloo Grove, Waterloo Mount and Inghams Avenue, it will take 12 months to complete.

136 Student Accommodation | Cambridge | £6.8m

Winner: Mansell

Location: Cambridge

Start: May 2012

Completion: July 2013

Contact:

Subcontractors wishing to join Mansells supply chain should contact:

Simon Wright
Supply Chain and Sustainability Director
Roman House
522 Derby Road
Lenton
Nottingham
NG7 2GW

Tel : 07791 383375

swright@mansell.plc.uk

Subbies: Mansell has won a contract worth £6.8 million to build student accommodation at Girton College, one of the largest colleges at the University of Cambridge.
The design and build project to create a new residential wing at Ash Court, on the main College site at Huntingdon Road, includes 50 en-suite study bedrooms (six of which will have full disabled access), student kitchens and a gym complex. The work also features refurbishment and external rebuilding of the colleges Grade II listed swimming pool and landscaping of Ash Court.
Set to achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating, the development will benefit from electricity generating photovoltaic cells on the roof, ground source heat pumps and heat recovery from the room ventilation system, which will play a major part in the Colleges strategy for reducing its carbon footprint.
The new accommodation will provide enhanced facilities for students and conference guests.
Project Management, Cost Consultancy and CDM-C services will be provided by the Sweett Group, with Allies and Morrison, Max Fordham and Fluid Structures working as consultants.

137 Water Park | Skegness | £10m

Winner: Simons Construction

Location: Skegness

Start: June 2012

Completion: May 2013

Contact: Simons Construction
991 Doddington Road
Lincoln
LN6 3AA

Tel: 01522 505000

Subbies: Simons Group has won the £10m contract to rebuild a leisure pool at Butlins holiday park in Skegness.
The new waterpark will include new slides, a lazy river, wave and whirl pools and a 28m flume tower.
Around 250 tonnes of new steel for the complex will be supplied to the site by specialist fabricator BSB.

138 Museum | London | £35m

Winner: Lend Lease

Location: London

Start: April 2012

Completion: 2014

Contact:

Subbies: Lend Lease has started the search for firms to fill specialist subcontractor packages on its £35m Imperial War Museum upgrade. The expansion and revamp of the famous London museum will take place ahead of the centenary of the First World War. The first package to come out to bid is for precast concrete or glass reinforced concrete cladding for existing columns and is worth up to £900,000. Further details are available from email: iwml@lendlease.com

139 Metro Extension | Birmigham | £127m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Birmigham

Start: January 2013

Completion: 2015

Contact: Bill Gifford
Regional Director
Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering
3800 Parkside
Birmingham Business Park
Birmingham
B37 7YG

Tel: 0121 779 7846

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has been named as preferred bidder to build an extension of the Midland Metro through Birmingham city centre.
Operator Centro has awarded the deal in the latest stage of a £127m expansion of the network between Birmingham and Wolverhampton.
Balfour will start work in early 2013 to build a fast link between Birminghams two major rail stations.
The extension will see trams follow a route from the existing stop at St Pauls via a new Snow Hill stop and then along a £9m viaduct already built by developer Ballymore.
It will then go down Upper Bull Street, Corporation Street and on to Stephenson Street, stopping outside a new entrance at a rebuilt New Street Station.

140 Affordable housing | Midlands | £60m

Winner: Seddon

Location: Midlands

Start: 2012

Completion: 2015

Contact: Seddon Construction
257 Summer Lane
Birmingham
B19 2PX

Tel: 01213 805555

Subbies: Seddon Construction has been appointed by Sanctuary for a £60 million scheme to build 700 new affordable homes in the Midlands over the next four years.
The new housing will be built in the Telford and Wrekin area, Herefordshire, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stoke-on-Trent, north Shropshire, Worcester and the Cherwell district of north Oxfordshire.
The homes form part of Sanctuarys £500 million investment programme by which it is set to deliver more than 3,600 homes in England. This is going ahead with an investment of nearly £90 million from the Homes and Communities Agencys Affordable Homes Programme.
In addition to delivering new homes, Seddon is committed to creating new jobs and apprenticeships through the work for Sanctuary. The company estimates it will take on 40 apprentices over the course of the programme.

141 Leisure Centre | Worcester | £8m

Winner: Pellikaan Construction

Location: Worcester

Start: April 2012

Completion: December 2012

Contact: Pellikaan
38 Graemesdyke Avenue
East Sheen
London
SW14 7BJ

Tel. 0208 392 95 36

Subbies: David Lloyd Leisure will create at least 70 jobs with the opening of its new facility in Worcester.
The new £8m club will be located next to Sixways Stadium, home to Worcester Warriors rugby team, and will feature a plethora of sporting and fitness facilities for the whole family.
The stunning 5,600sqm development will include extensive indoor and outdoor tennis facilities, indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, a fitness area and a dedicated zone for childrens activities.
With three indoor and five outdoor tennis courts, David Lloyd Worcester will offer families some of the best tennis facilities in the region.
The swimming facilities will comprise a 25m indoor pool and a 20m outdoor pool.
A key feature in the club will be the 900sqm gym. Other facilities will include two physiotherapy rooms and a wet spa area, including a sauna, steam room and spa.

142 Retail and Market | Sheffield | £17m

Winner: Kier

Location: Sheffield

Start: June 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: For more information on the Kier supply chain visit http://www.kier.co.uk/supplychain/default.asp

Subbies: Kier Construction will build a new indoor market hall in Sheffield as part of a larger retail development for the Council and Scottish Widows Investment Property Partnership Trust.
Designed by retail specialists Leslie Jones Architects, the new 79,000 sq ft market building will cost in the region of £17.5m and comprise up to 200 indoor stalls.
It will replace the Castle Markets which are now seen as poorly located for customers and in a run down state.
The new market will feature a spectacular glass canopied entrance on the Moor and a timber and glass roof covering a single trading floor with three entrances and strong through routes.
The building will incorporate low energy cooling and maximum recycling of waste.

143 Hotel | London | £100m

Winner: Chorus Group

Location: London

Start: April 2012

Completion: Late 2013

Contact: Chorus Group
Willow House
Queens Road
Barnet
Hertfordshire
EN5 4DL

T 020 8275 0000

Subbies: Chorus will redevelop Sea Containers House on the southbank of the Thames in London in a £100m fit-out and rebuild job.
The overhaul programme will see 13 floors of current office space converted to provide a 360-bedroom hotel.
Developer Archlane also has permission to create a new roof extension from the 12th floor to provide a new bar for the hotels use.
The redevelopment includes extensive work to overhaul the facade of the building, which will retain its characteristic golden globes and signage.
Plans also include construction of a nine-storey extension to the rear of Sea Containers House to provide retail at ground floor level and offices above.

144 Academy | West Midlands | £11.5m

Winner: Bam Construction

Location: West Midlands

Start: July 2012

Completion: September 2013

Contact: BAM Construction Ltd
Midlands
Holly Grange
Holly Lane
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7EB

T: (01676) 536 300

Subbies: Bam Construction has won the £11.5m contract to replace the current Harborne Academy in the West Midlands with a new building.
The new building will be constructed in front of the current school allowing the academy to continue to operate.
The academy project includes health and science facilities and new community facilities for the Edgbaston and Harborne area.
These will include a national standard sports hall, a movement hall, drama studio, a main hall, dining facilities and learning resource centre to compliment the range of classrooms and outdoor learning spaces.

145 Dairy Building | Aylesbury | £150m

Winner: Caddick Construction

Location: Aylesbury

Start: February 2012

Completion: July 2013

Contact: Caddick Construction Ltd
Calder Grange
Knottingley
West Yorkshire
WF11 8DA

Telephone: 01977 678 181

Subbies: Caddick is main contractor on Arla Foods new £150 million fresh milk dairy in Aylesbury,
Caddick will be responsible for the construction of the main dairy and the energy centre, as well as all ancillary buildings and associated site works.
NG Bailey will be responsible for the mechanical and electrical engineering portion of the contract, starting on site in June 2012.

146 Housing Maintenance | Scotland | £15m

Winner: Seddon

Location: Scotland

Start: April 2012

Completion: April 2017

Contact: Seddon
Manor House
Manor Lane
Holmes Chapel
Cheshire
CW4 8AF

Tel: 08448 009040

Subbies: Maintenance and painting specialist Seddon Property Services has been awarded a new five-year contract to provide reactive maintenance services by leading affordable housing provider Home Scotland, part of Home Group.
Home Scotland has chosen Seddon to provide responsive maintenance services to around 3,500 of its homes across Scotland from April 2012. Seddon expects to create up to 40 new jobs through the contract which was secured following a rigorous competitive tendering process. The contract is worth £15 million in total turnover and includes the option of a two-year extension.
Seddon will provide a range of repairs services for Home Scotland including joinery, painting, plumbing, gas services, plastering and roofing repairs.

147 Arts Centre | Bangor | £40m

Winner: Miller Construction

Location: Bangor

Start: May 2012

Completion: Spring 2014

Contact: Miller Construction
Newton le Willows Office
Hawthorn House
Woodlands Park
Ashton Road
WA12 0HF

t: 0870 336 4750

Subbies: Miller will build a £40 million world class Arts and Innovation Centre for the Pontio Development at Bangor University.
Once complete the building will house a 500-seat theatre, studio theatre, cinema, restaurant, bars, a new Students Union building and teaching and learning spaces, equipped with the latest technology. The 100,000 sqft building has been designed to achieve an excellent environmental standard and will provide a link from the Memorial Arch to the universitys main building.

148 Mental+Health+Centre | Prestwich | £10m

Winner: Vinci/Sir Robert McAlpine

Location: Prestwich

Start: April 2012

Completion: Autumn 2013

Contact: Integrated Health Projects
Louise Matthews
Framework Manager
Tel: 0121 230 8040

la.matthews@sir-robert-mcalpine.com

Subbies: IHP, a Joint Venture between VINCI Construction UK and Sir Robert McAlpine is building a new £10 million centre for young people at Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trusts Prestwich site
The new two storey Tier 4 Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) in-patient facility includes 20 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a separate area for patients therapy, assessments, support and consultations.
The additional works to the internal environment includes a reception area, a visitors suite for families, an art room, laundry and kitchen facilities and offices for staff. New outdoor spaces will be provided, which include a court yard and gardens. As a college, bespoke learning environments will be available for patients such as a sports and recreational hall.

149 Mixed-use | Lichfield | £14m

Winner: Miller Construction

Location: Lichfield

Start: April 2012

Completion: Summer 2013

Contact: Simon Burton
Regional Managing Director
Midlands and South West
Miller Construction
Miller House
6060 Knights Court
Solihull Parkway
Birmingham Business Park
B37 7WY

t: 0870 336 4900

Subbies: Miller Construction has started work on site of the new £14 million mixed use development at Friary Outer, Lichfield.
The project at Friary Outer, a mixed use regeneration development, involves the construction of 60 affordable homes, 54 of which will be supported accommodation, on behalf of Bromford, a leading provider of affordable homes and support services. The housing units will be completed with high standard heat and noise insulation. The contract also involves increasing the current 250 car parking facility to a 400-bay-multi-storey, long-stay car park, to be owned and managed by Lichfield District Council. The commercial phase of the contract will see the construction of a 65 bed hotel and restaurant.

150 Hospital | Kent | £45m

Winner: Vinci

Location: Kent

Start: April 2012

Completion: Early 2014

Contact: Paul Abrahams
Major Project Director
Vinci
Knightrider House
Knightrider Street
Maidstone
Kent
ME15 6LU

Tel: +44 (0) 1622 686876

Subbies: VINCI Construction UK and the Kent Institute of Medicine and Surgery has reached financial close for a new hospital campus for the region. The £45 million construction element of the project will create a new private hospital campus near Newnham Court in Kent, which will enable consultants from across the region to offer a large range of complex treatments to both in and out patients.
The construction of the new facility, to be built on a green field site, will enable patients, visitors and staff to move more freely around the hospital, with connecting glazed links between the buildings creating an open atmosphere and enabling cross-disciplinary care. With a range of building heights, the site has been specifically designed to best complement the surrounding landscape.
The design of the hospital includes integrated green roofs and wall, which will improve the external views of the hospital as well as the outlook of those staying in the facility. In addition, the design of the site includes a large amount of landscaping which will not only enhance the atmosphere for patients, but will be sympathetic to the natural environment.
VINCI Construction UK will also create a complex road system around the facility to ensure easy access to all parts of the hospital, as well as placing a new roundabout to the south of the hospital to improve existing access.

151 Hospital Building | Telford | £28m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Telford

Start: August 2012

Completion: March 2014

Contact: Balfour Beatty Construction Northern Ltd
Cavendish House
Cross Street
Sale
Manchester M33 7BU

Telephone: 0161 972 7500

Subbies: Balfour Beatty will build the £28m new Women and Childrens Unit at the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford.
Capita Symonds has been appointed to provide civil, structural and mechanical and electrical engineering services on the project.
The proposed structural solution is a steel frame with composite metal deck and concrete slabs with the key challenge being dealing with the requirements for very rigid and inflexible floorplates in sensitive areas such as the operating theatres.
Aedas is architect on the project.

152 Homes and Car Park | Lichfield | £14m

Winner: Miller Construction

Location: Lichfield

Start: April 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: Simon Burton
Regional Managing Director
Midlands and South West
Miller Construction
Miller House
6060 Knights Court
Solihull Parkway
Birmingham Business Park
B37 7WY

t: 0870 336 4900

Subbies: Miller Construction will build the Friary Outer scheme in the centre of Lichfield.
The site will contain 54 homes, A 400+ space long-stay car park and public toilets, a hotel and restaurant.

153 Town Centre | Longbridge | £70m

Winner: Morgan Sindall

Location: Longbridge

Start: March 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: Julian Price
Area Manager
Morgan SIndall
4215 Waterside Centre
Birmingham Business Park
Solihull
Birmingham
West Midlands B37 7YN

Tel: 0121 329 1500

Subbies: Morgan Sindall has been appointed by developer St. Modwen as main contractor on the £70m new Longbridge town centre project.
Morgan Sindall will build the scheme which will be anchored by an 85,000 sq ft Sainsburys, a 75-bed hotel, 24 shops and restaurants, offices and car parking.
Construction is scheduled for completion in 2013.
The town centre contract is a key scheme in the £1bn regeneration of the former MG Rover works.
Specialist contractor Jacksons Fencing has won the Acoustic Barriers & Gates and Barbican Steel Fencing & Gates package at the site to install 237 metres of Acoustic Fencing and 176 metres of Steel Fencing

154 Hotel | London | £20m

Winner: ISG

Location: London

Start: April 2012

Completion: Late 2012

Contact: Peter Kilby
Managing Director
ISG Hotels Division
Aldgate House
33 Aldgate High St.
London
EC3N 1AG

Tel: 0207 247 1717

Subbies: ISG has won a £20m fast-track job to convert Queen Annes Chambers building in Westminster into a five star luxury InterContinental Hotel for developer Supreme Hotels.
Located close to the Houses of Parliament, the site was originally developed as a hospital, later to become home to the Governments Treasury Solicitor.
ISG will fit-out 256 en-suite guest bedrooms on levels one to six, including several suites and a large presidential suite on level six, where ISG will also create an Executive Club bar and lounge area.

155 Hotel | Brighton | £8m

Winner: McAleer & Rushe

Location: Brighton

Start: March 2012

Completion: June 2013

Contact: Martin Magee
Construction Director
McAleer & Rushe
17-19 Dungannon Road
Cookstown
Northern Ireland
BT80 8TL

Tel: 028 8676 3741

Subbies: McAleer & Rushe has started work on a new 140-bedroom IBIS hotel at 88-92 Queens Road in central Brighton.
The new nine-storey hotel, will employ close to 200 people during its construction and create further jobs as part of its on-going operation.
It will replace the former Grosvenor Casino on Queens Road just outside Brighton railway station

156 Care Home | East Sussex | £3.9m

Winner: GB Building Solutions

Location: East Sussex

Start: March 2012

Completion: Spring 2013

Contact: GB Building Solutions
Grosvenor House
4-7 Station Road
Sunbury on Thames
Surrey, TW16 6SB

Tel: 01932 733 900

Subbies: GB Building Solutions, Court Royal Developments and Triodos Bank have formed a unique partnership for the provision of a £3.9million 25-bed Extracare development in Ticehurst, East Sussex.
Court Royal appointed GB Building Solutions as their chosen contractor partner early on in the process due to their commitment to the local community and experience in constructing care developments.
The new development is set in attractive landscaped gardens and will have flats that are spacious enough for people to entertain guests and, due to the location of the Extracare development in the centre of the village, residents will be able to make use of the facilities in the community.

157 Crime Lab Fit-Out | Lanarkshire | £10m

Winner: Balfour Beatty

Location: Lanarkshire

Start: April 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: Work packages will have to be advertised via the Scottish Procurement Portal on http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/

Subbies: Balfour Beatty has won the job to manage the fit-out of Scotlands new crime busting headquarters.
The management fee job will see the firm coordinate up to 42 fit out packages at the Scottish Crime Campus at Gartcosh, Lanarkshire.
Work will start in April on the £10m fitout phase, with Balfour Beatty required to advertise packages on the Scottish Procurement Portal to give specialists a chance to win contracts.
Graham Construction won the £25m main shell and core contract which is nearing completion.

158 Housing Repairs | Waltham Forest | £225m

Winner: Osborne

Location: Waltham Forest

Start: April 2012

Completion: April 2017

Contact: Paul McCulloch
Group Supply Chain Manager
Tel. 01737 743500

Email. supplychain@osborne.co.uk

Subbies: Ascham Homes has appointed Osborne to maintain its 12,500 homes in the London Borough of Waltham Forest.
Osborne will handle responsive repairs, voids management and planned maintenance starting on April 1 2012.
The seven-year deal has the option to be extended by a further eight years and reach more than £225 million in value.

159 Visitor Centre | Northwich, Cheshire | £8m

Winner: Wates Construction

Location: Northwich, Cheshire

Start: April 2012

Completion: Spring 2014

Contact: John Shannon
Wates North West
4th Floor
The Royals
353 Altrincham Road
Sharston
Manchester M22 4BJ

Tel: 0161 946 8800

Subbies: Wates has won the contract to restore the Lion Salt Works in Northwich.
Wates will work in partnership with restoration contractors William Anelay.
The salt works is expected to reopen in spring 2014 as a living museum, providing a unique insight into a period in history when Cheshire produced 86 percent of the nations salt.
Visitors will be able to explore the restored buildings, discover how the salt works operated and find out how the industry impacted upon Cheshires people, economy and landscape.

160 Student Accommodation | Nottingham | £41m

Winner: Vinci

Location: Nottingham

Start: March 2012

Completion: 2013

Contact: Keith Shivers
Vinci Building North
Tyne & Wear
Moor Lane
East Boldon
Tyne & Wear
NE36 0AG

Tel: +44 (0) 191 536 7207

Subbies: VINCI Construction UK has been awarded a contract by UPP to construct two multi storey student accommodation blocks for Nottingham Trent University. The project follows VINCI Construction UKs successful completion of the Clifton campus student residences at Nottingham, also for UPP.
VINCI Construction UK is working with Freyssinet, a concrete specialist subsidiary of VINCI to provide specialised economical solutions to the mezzanine decks of the new building.
The two facilities, which range from four-storey to nine-storey blocks, are close in proximity to each other and will accommodate 911 bed spaces, sport facilities, a student union and an entertainment venue and retail space.
VINCI Construction UK is working with the architect, Church Lukas, to capture an aesthetic state-of-the-art facility.

161 Library | Matlock | £4m

Winner: Wates Construction

Location: Matlock

Start: March 2012

Completion: December 2012

Contact: Andy Hands
Wates Construction
Midlands
Wates House
(Builidng 5) 11 Ridgeway
Quinton Business Park
Quinton
Birmingham B32 1AF

Tel: 0121 423 2323

Subbies: Wates Construction has now begun work to deliver Derbyshire County Councils new £4m records library on New Street in Matlock.
The project, which is due for completion in December 2012, will also include the refurbishment of the existing building and the provision of additional archive storage, new staff offices and new public viewing facilities, to be located in the new building.
Work on the external elevations is set to begin in May 2012 and will be constructed in local Ashlar stone masonry.

162 Retail and Residential | Solihull | £33m

Winner: Bam Construction

Location: Solihull

Start: Spring 2012

Completion: Spring 2014

Contact: John Mensforth
Construction Director
Bam Midlands
Holly Grange
Holly Lane
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7EB

T: (01676) 536 300

Subbies: BAM Constructions Midlands office has won a £33m retail and residential regeneration building project in Solihull.
The scheme in Shirley is the brainchild of joint venture developers Helical Bar and Coltham Developments and includes an 85,000 sq ft ASDA superstore, 20 shops and a 500 space underground car park.
Bam will also build 27 three bedroom townhouses and 56 one and two bedroom apartments for a mix of private and affordable housing.

163 Crossrail Station | London | £300m

Winner: Laing O'Rourke

Location: London

Start: 2012

Completion: 2015

Contact: Laing ORourke
Head Office
Bridge Place 1 & 2
Anchor Boulevard
Crossways
Dartford
Kent DA2 6SN

Tel: +44 (0)1322 296200

Subbies: Laing ORourke has won the main construction contract for Liverpool Street station.
Crossrail Liverpool Street station will serve the City of London and provide interchanges with London Undergrounds Northern, Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines, connections to Stansted airport and National Rail services at Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations.
The new Crossrail station will be located below existing Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations and Finsbury Circus.
Crossrail will build two new ticket halls, Broadgate in the east and Moorgate in the west, for passengers to access Crossrail trains at Liverpool Street Station.
At the eastern end of the Liverpool Street Crossrail station, a new Crossrail ticket hall will be constructed beneath Liverpool Street close to the Broadgate development. At the western end, a new ticket hall will be built by expanding the existing Moorgate station ticket hall.

164 Residential and Retail | Southwark | £28m

Winner: United House

Location: Southwark

Start: Spring 2012

Completion: Summer 2014

Contact: United House
Goldsel Road
Swanley
Kent BR8 8EX
Tel: 01322 665522

Subbies: United House has been appointed by Notting Hill Housing to build a £28m residential and retail scheme in Southwark, south London.
Work at Grange Walk this spring and is due for completion by summer 2014.
The site will contain 205 homes in a mix of studios, one, two, three and four bedroom duplexes and townhouses.
There will also be retail units on the ground floor of two of the blocks.

165 Student Centre | London | £4.7m

Winner: Mansell

Location: London

Start: February 2012

Completion: September 2012

Contact:

Subcontractors wishing to join Mansell's supply chain should contact:

Simon Wright
Supply Chain and Sustainability Director
Roman House
522 Derby Road
Lenton
Nottingham
NG7 2GW

Tel : 07791 383375 swright@mansell.plc.uk

Subbies: London South Bank University (LSBU) has appointed Mansell for a £4.7 million contract to design and build a new student centre within the bottom two floors and undercroft of a multi-storey building on the university campus known as the Tower Block.
The new space will be formed by installing glazed facades to both open elevations of the existing undercroft and the lower floors of the Tower Block will be refurbished to create around 2,000 square metres of floor space.
The development will create a dynamic central location where students can easily access support services and find out more about employment opportunities, as well as providing a space where they can socialise and relax.
It will be a new home for the LSBU Students Union, including advocacy and society services and a cafe venue, and will bring together non-academic services such as student advice, employability services, advice on internships, getting a graduate job and volunteering, fees & bursaries, disability & dyslexia support and accommodation.
Works will also include landscaping to the surrounding public realm.

166 Academy | Doncaster | £10m

Winner: Wates Construction

Location: Doncaster

Start: February 2012

Completion: January 2013

Contact: David Price
Business Unit Director
Wates Construction
Leeds
West Court
196 Gelderd Road
Wortley
Leeds LS12 6DB
Tel: 0113 231 1880

Subbies: Wates has been awarded a £10m contract from Doncaster Council to build the new De Warenne Academy on Gardens Lane in Conisbrough, Doncaster.
Designed by CPMG Architects, construction of the 6646sqm academy will commence later this month. The work will include the design and build of a new two-storey main school building, refurbishment of the existing sports hall, and remodeling of the existing Special Educational Needs (SEN) block to create a new Design, Technology and Construction centre.
De Warenne Academy will remain open throughout the work, which will see the school expand to provide 750 places for 11-18 year olds. The new state-of-the-art school is scheduled for completion in January 2013. Planning permission for the project was granted in November 2011.

167 Tower Refurb | East London | £4m

Winner: Apollo

Location: East London

Start: February 2012

Completion: December 2012

Contact: For information on how to become a supplier to Apollo email: procurementdept@theapollogroup.co.uk

Subbies: Apollo has secured two new contracts totalling £4m with the London Borough of Newham, to carry out refurbishment work to two tower blocks .
The projects, which will run for 40 and 44 weeks respectively, will include external refurbishment work, including flat roof and soil stack replacements, along with the redecoration of communal areas, and replacement of the lateral mains.