Midas wins £14m South Coast contract haul

Grant Prior 12 years ago
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Midas Construction has won new contracts in the southern region from its Romsey office worth over £14m.

The new work includes a £6.5m negotiated contract for the redevelopment of the 8000m2 Portswood House, Southampton, on behalf of Ageas Insurance Limited.

The contract involves a complete strip and refit of the two storey building which starts this month and will be completed by May 2013.

Midas has also secured another £1.1m in summer works contracts at the University of Portsmouth in addition to the £2m refurbishment of St Andrew’s Court already underway in central Portsmouth.

Other new deals include a £5m contract for a new music block for a private school, a £1m crematorium for Salisbury and a fourth contract for Associated British Ports at their Southampton Town Quay complex worth £600,000 which all start this summer.

Midas Divisional Director Paul Strachan, said: “We are delighted with these new contracts.  They will provide much needed local jobs and will be a boost to the local economies through the supply chain.”

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