Kier bagged 38 deals in December to top the contractor league for the second time in three months, the latest contract data has revealed.
Wates’ Wembley Park development and Multiplex’s 22 Bishopsgate are among the high-profile projects to have signed up for 2018’s Open Doors.
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Winvic has topped the monthly contractor league for the very first time after recording an eight-deal £252.5m haul in November.
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Kier topped the contractor table for the second time in three months as the festive slowdown dragged overall wins to their second lowest total of 2017.
The contract-win top 50 stabilised in November as industrial specialist Winvic took its first league victory on record.
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The quietest month of the year so far couldn’t stop Galliford Try recording its second straight triumph in the monthly contractor league.
Having finally emerged from a difficult preconstruction, Romford’s striking ‘blue box’ leisure centre set Willmott Dixon the challenge of delivering an ice rink on top of a swimming pool.
Winner: Willmott Dixon – Bolton Albert Halls
Winner: Willmott Dixon – Met Office Supercomputer, Exeter
The contractor top 50 fell back in June after May’s high watermark, despite impressive totals for both Galliford Try and Morgan Sindall.
Contractor has been tasked with building a state-of-the-art police HQ in Blackpool for Lancashire Constabulary’s West Division, which can become a local landmark.
With health and safety at the forefront of construction, our eight finalists have gone above and beyond to ensure the highest standards are met within their businesses.
A recent case has reinforced the legal position that there are only limited situations where a contractor would be liable in tort for the actions and omissions of its subcontractors.
The contractor top 50 posted strong growth all-round in March as the combined value of wins hit its highest point since November.
Linking together a new-build and a 1960s building has challenged Willmott Dixon and its project team to the limit at Sunderland Royal Hospital.
“I remember the first community engagement events we had two years ago for this building,” reflects one member of our tour group.
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