Due for completion in late 2020, the 14,500 m2 development is being delivered for York House GP Property and includes 368 Micro Living Units with communal amenities and Commercial Office space.
The project win represents a significant step in the steady progression of Ernest Park, formed in 2013 by childhood friends Michael Devereux and Neilus McCarthy.
The company said: “Ernest Park’s Management Board are delighted to be appointed as Construction Managers for the conversion of York House, a building steeped in its own history, within the iconic locale of Wembley.
“The appointment demonstrates the continued success of the values upon which our business is based – openness, honesty and transparency – and is further validation of our in-house approach in creating the right blend of Construction Management and Trade Contracting on our commissions where appropriate, thus delivering clients with a balanced risk profile on project delivery.
“Due for completion in 2020 it is the latest appointment for the business since it commenced trading in 2014 and provides opportunity to underpin our very important existing and future trading relationships with clients and supply chain partners, all of whom are integral to who we are and what we do.
“Projects such as York House have driven the business’ growth objectives forward, and we have responded with significant re-investment right across it.
“Our Corporate Vision is to create and sustain a trusted culture and brand, acting in absolute partnership with all stakeholders, delivered in a lean and responsible manner we are delighted that York House GP Limited have helped us fulfil that vision.”
York House’s conversion will include major strip out works, off site manufacture of bespoke micro living units, high rise extension and cladding works.
The project started on site in early 2019, with completion due in late 2020.