Galliford Try has won £40 million of infrastructure projects, it said this morning.
The jobs include a £17m Scottish Water Project, with its Scottish construction business, Morrison Construction, in joint venture with Black & Veatch on the the second phase of the Meadowhead and Stevenston work package 6. It is part of Scottish Water’s strategic programme.
The firm also reported a £15m Yorkshire Water Work contract, in joint venture with AECOM Design Build, to upgrade Woodhouse Mill sewage treatment works in Sheffield for Yorkshire Water.
And the firm announced an £8m Reading Station Contract to assist with the redevelopment of the town’s station and the surrounding area. The programme of civil engineering works includes highway improvements, creation of a new interchange and public realm works.
Chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to secure further projects for two of our long standing framework clients in the water industry and to play a key role in a significant rail infrastructure contract for a new client. Our construction business has a strong track record in all three areas and we look forward to working with our clients to deliver successful projects.”