Anderson will be responsible for all groundworks and infrastructure including drainage, water management, carriageways and footways on The Parklands site which will eventually contain 2,500 three- and four-bedroom homes.
The company has also been awarded the groundworks for phase three of a 160-home Hopkins Homes development at the former Needham Market quarry.
Andrew Nowosad, Associate Commercial Director of Construction at Anderson, said: “A huge amount of hard-work and effort has gone into securing future workload to the wider business.
“This has been a very challenging year for the industry, but the building sector has bounced back bigger and stronger than ever before which bodes well for the wider economy.
“A rise in new construction work across the country has seen our output in the industry reach its highest level since January 2020.
“This has been a superb few months for our business and both the Parklands project and the Needham market development are very exciting to be involved in.”
Anderson secured the first phase of the Parklands development in September 2020. The second phase will take the order value for the whole Great Wilsey development close to £20m.
Nowosad added: “Both projects clearly demonstrate the importance of securing the first phase on multi-phase developments, which then present opportunities as subsequent phases come on stream.
“I would like to congratulate the whole team for securing these key additions to existing projects following the continued hard work from the site teams in maintaining our excellent reputation.”