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JRL subsidiary tops March contractor league tables

Midgard has topped the latest contractor league tables for March with its £235m contract to redevelop Brighton marina.

The contracting division of JRL Group, which is also parent to CN100 regular J Reddington, pipped second-placed Lagan Construction Group to the post with its major win, according to the latest contractor league tables by construction business intelligence unit Glengian.

Lagan Construction Group, with Ferrovial, has a share of the £450m deal for improvements to the M8, M73 and M74 for the Scottish Government.

Meanwhile, February’s top contractor Kier slipped to third place in March, with its share of the £450m Mersey Crossing contract for the industry’s top client for the month, Halton Borough Council.

Other large deals awarded across construction’s top 10 contractors in the month were the £135m retail and country park development in Castleford for GMI Construction and Willmott Dixon’s win of the £70m Brentford FC stadium contract.

Balfour Beatty maintains its position in the annual tables covering contract wins in the 12 months to March, with its haul some £120m ahead of second-placed Kier.

Construction’s top clients over the year remain Greater London Authority and Network Rail.

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