For Oxford University, the firm confirmed it has signed a deal with St Hugh’s College’s to build the £16.7m China Centre.
The new building, where work has started, will house an interdisciplinary research centre focused on all aspects of Chinese culture, including teaching facilities, a library, catering facilities and 62 study bedrooms for students.
In Bath, the contractor has picked up a similar-sized building contract for a new five-star Gainsborough Hotel for developers YTL.
The hotel, situated in a grade two listed building, will feature 99 bedrooms and include a health spa and conference facilities.
In the same region, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has instructed Galliford Try to carry out major improvements to the international cricket ground at Nevil Road in Bristol.
Works include a new media centre as well as conference and banqueting facilities in a contract worth £5m. As part of the project 147 new homes will also be created on the site by Galliford Try’s housebuilding arm Linden Homes.
Meanwhile, Galliford Try Partnerships has reached financial close on a £20m contract to construct a new Extra Care facility in Stone Road, Stafford on behalf of Staffordshire County Council and The Wrekin Housing Trust.
The project provides for Flexicare apartments, specialist care facilities, and the provision of a GP surgery and health centre.