Balfour also secured a £50m student accommodation project for Urbanest in central London in what turned out as a successful month for the building team.
The deals were enough to see Balfour oust BAM from pole place in the annualised league last month.
But the brace of big wins failed to secure top ranking in the monthly ratings for work won in July, which went to Skanksa after confirming it had picked up the 190m tall Scalpel Tower in the City of London.
Among the other big wins for July, Simons secured a £40m job to refurb/extend Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
VolkerWessels has a £50m logistics warehouse at Ilford as part of Crossrail and Costain took a £34m ECI deal with Highways Agency for work on A160/A180.
The tables can be found in the Contracts Spy section of the website listed at the top of this page.