The firm has been confirmed winner of the £66m contract by developer ACDL – a joint venture between Miller Developments and Pro Vinci Asset Management.
The deal covers the construction of the 2 Arena Central building which will include 210,000 sq ft of office space to accommodate over 2,500 people, as well as extensive landscaping and external public realm works to create a new ‘urban meadow’ and public square at Bank Court.
The building will be a new UK head office for HSBC’s personal and business banking operations.
Greg Fitzgerald, Executive Chairman of Galliford Try, said: “We are delighted to have been chosen to construct such a prestigious development in this key regeneration area for the city of Birmingham.
“Galliford Try has a strong presence in the West Midlands and we look forward to delivering for our partners at ACDL and producing a landmark scheme for them.”