Hong Kong-based developer ITC Properties appointed the firm to deliver Townsend House scheme in the heart of London’s Victoria district.
It is RED Construction’s largest order since being founded in 2016 by former McLaren Construction directors Graham Sturge and Ian Hopkinson.
Located at 5 Greycoat Place, the consented 35,500 sq ft project is set to be completed by Summer 2022.
Designed architect Squire and Partners, Farringdon-based main contractor RED will start work in January on the six-storey build.
Four floors will be assigned to workspace, while an additional 2,400 sq ft upper floor has been proposed for premium duplex apartments, subject to planning.
Graham Sturge, managing director of RED, said: “Townsend House encompasses all of RED Construction’s specialities, and the scale of the project will really allow us to engage all our capabilities while aligning with our controlled growth strategy.
“The unique brief will also enable us to draw on our recent experiences in delivering Axtell House and 14 Park Crescent, both of which presented complex logistical challenges and bespoke architectural features.”