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Kier wins £34.5m job with Royal London Asset Management

Kier has bagged a £34.5m job with Royal London Asset Management for improvement works on a mixed-use building in central London.

The Parnell House redevelopment in Victoria will involve infill work as well as the construction of three additional floors for 14 new high-end residential units.

The façade of the building will be completely removed and replaced with cast masonry columns as well as curtain walling and aluminium/timber curtain walling systems.

All of the mechanical & electrical systems in the building will be replaced.

Works have started on site and are expected to complete in spring 2017.

The redevelopment is part of a wider regeneration of the Victoria area.

Kier Construction managing director in London Cliff Thomas said: “The redevelopment of Parnell House is a key phase in the overall redevelopment of Victoria.

“We will deliver a high-end mixed-use scheme while maintaining continuity of service for the existing tenant, J D Wetherspoon, who will occupy the ground floor of the building throughout the construction period.”

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