The glazing and curtain walling specialist will provide facades on five new schemes over the next 15 months.
Wins include Regent’s Place for British Land, a £2.7m deal for a student block at King’s Cross, an £8.5m contract for one of the tallest residential towers in London, an £8m facade project for the 22-storey Aldgate Tower and a £5.3m contract to provide glazing for two new medical research buildings on the Oxford University campus.
Managing director Ted McMullen said: “These contracts are a major boost for McMullen and a reflection of the specialist skill set and services we provide, plus our ability to compete for and deliver major construction projects.
“There are signs that the recovery of the construction sector is beginning to gather momentum in Great Britain and hopefully we will see a similar trend occurring in the local sector.
“These projects represent unique challenges to meet the very high specifications and it reflects our position in the marketplace that the tenders we compete for are usually only against continental or Chinese competition.”