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Six down to three for £20m Birmingham redevelopment

Balfour Beatty, Skanska and Thomas Vale have been shortlisted for the first phase of a £90 million project to redevelop Birmingham’s Post and Mail offices, Construction News understands.

CN revealed that at least six bidders had been shortlisted for the £20m first phase of the project.

However it is now believed that Bam Construct, Morgan Sindall and Vinci have been knocked out of the running.

Initial works are believed to include the partial demolition of the former Birmingham Post and Mail offices and print works in Weaman Street with new levels to be inserted into the basement to create a new two-storey building and 800-space car park.

Work on phase one of the scheme could start as early as May this year.

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