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Try Construction has netted an estimated £50 million contract for the first phase of a planned £100 million-plus development of the Wimbledon tennis complex.The scheme is believed to be the biggest Try has ever won. It beat off stiff competition from four major national contractors to take the job - its rivals were Higgs and Hill, Mowlem, Taylor Woodrow and Wimpey.Work on the first phase, which still needs detailed planning consent from Merton council, is expected to get under ...

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