The two court refurbishment schemes have a combined valued of £8.7m.
The £2.2m High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court contract also involves the replacement of significant mechanical and electrical equipment.
The second project – Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) London Courts – comprises mechanical, electrical and building works to nine courts across London.
The project is valued at £6.5m and will be completed out of hours while the courts remain operational.
Michael Dyke, Executive Director at Lend Lease, said: “This is the perfect start to the new frameworks and an outstanding result for Lend Lease which further strengthens our commitment to working with the Ministry of Justice.
“In particular, this is a great achievement for Simon Gorski and his justice sector team.
“Their commitment and enthusiasm combined with some innovative thinking has proved a winning formula and shows just how important each of these elements is in building strong customer relationships.”
Lend Lease was one of ten contractors appointed in April to the six year framework covering new build and refurbishment work across the MoJ’s entire estate.
The other contractors on the framework are: Balfour Beatty, Interserve,ISG,Kier,Vinci,Shaylor,Shepherd,Henry Boot and Miller.