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Bam to develop 59,000 sq m site for Jaguar Land Rover

Bam Construct has won a contract with Jaguar Land Rover to build a multi-storey car park in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.

The scheme is valued at £28.8m, according to construction intelligence provider Glenigan, and will see the contractor develop a car park comprising 2,764 spaces.

The current 1,122-space surface-level car park will be replaced and a new signalised junction at Kingsbury Road will be built.

Access roads to the 59,000 sq m site will be created and sewer works, cablelaying and landscaping will be delivered.

Mace has been appointed as quantity surveyor for the project, Ridge and Partners is the architect and structural engineer and AME Construction will oversee works as in-house project manager.

Work is expected to be complete by April 2017.

Interserve previously built a £70m engine manufacturing facility for Jaguar Land Rover on the outskirts of Wolverhampton and accelerated the delivery of the scheme in 2014.

The contract was part of the client’s £350m engine manufacturing centre scheme.

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