The Salisbury Square Development will house a flagship legal facility for Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) and a new headquarters for the City of London Police.
With 18 courtrooms, the City of London Law Courts will combine all the Square Mile’s existing courts – except for the Old Bailey – into one building.
During the build, the scheme will create 150 construction jobs with completion set for 2026.
Policy Chair at the City of London Corporation, Catherine McGuinness, said: “With 30 years’ experience delivering iconic construction projects in the Square Mile, Mace’s expertise will help realise the City Corporation’s vision of a landmark civic hub and meet the scheme’s unique and complex requirements.
Gareth Lewis, CEO for Construction at Mace, said: “Our team will work closely with the City of London Corporation to deliver the Salisbury Square Development using our expertise in design and construction, creating the client’s vision of a flagship legal facility.
“It is an honour to be trusted with such an important project for London’s recovery.”
Mace will be appointed under a Pre-Construction Services Agreement (PCSA) next month in preparation to enter a contract for the construction of the Salisbury Square Development this autumn.
In addition to Mace and Eric Parry Architects, Buro Happold, Aecom and Avison Young are working as consultants on the scheme.