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Balfour Beatty edges out Carillion and Galliford Try to top June contractor league table

Infrastructure and energy deals have propelled Balfour Beatty to the top of the contractor league table for June.

The contractor secured 13 contracts over the month with a combined value of £460.1m, according to construction intelligence unit Glenigan.

Balfour Beatty’s haul was led by its share of the £745m Connect Roads contract to deliver the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route for Transport Scotland, along with its half of a £160m silos maintenance facility deal for Sellafield.

The Connect Roads consortium also comprises Carillion and Galliford Try, which took second and third for the month respectively.

Skanska was fourth in June with a single deal: the £250m Worthy Down military training centre for the Ministry of Defence.

In the annual table covering the 12 months to June 2014, Kier held onto its lead despite second-placed Balfour Beatty’s recent wins, while Carillion’s strong month saw it climb from fifth to third for the year.

Among the biggest industry clients, the Department of Health extended its lead at the top of the annual table, while the Greater London Authority retook second place from Network Rail.




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