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Galliford Try picks up £55m of work

Galliford Try has won four new contracts worth a total of £55 million.

St Hugh’s College, part of the University of Oxford, has selected the contractor to build its £16.7m China Centre, a research centre focused on all aspects of Chinese culture and part-funded by a £10m donation from the Hong Kong-based philanthropist Dickson Poon CBE.

The contractor has also been awarded a £16.3m contract to build the new five-star, 99-bedroom Gainsborough Hotel in Bath by developers YTL.

Galliford Try Partnerships meanwhile has reached financial close on a £20m contract to construct a new extra care facility in Stone Road, Stafford, on behalf of Staffordshire County Council and The Wrekin Housing Trust.

And Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has instructed Galliford Try to carry out major improvements to the international cricket ground at Nevil Road in Bristol. Works include a new media centre as well as conference and banqueting facilities in a contract worth £5m.

Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to have won four such significant contracts in an extremely competitive market.

“These contract awards show that we can compete in different sectors and different regions across the country and provide our clients with high-quality, cost-effective solutions for their needs.”

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