Galliford Try this morning announced it had won five contracts in the health and care sectors worth a total of £38 million.
The firm will develop a 54-bed extra care facility in Surrey under a £12.9 million deal for RMH Group. Completion of the project is expected in July 2012.
It has also been named as preferred bidder on a £12.4m project to build Norwood Hall Joint Services Centre for the London Borough of Lambeth in partnership with Building Better Health. Work is due to start on site in October 2011 and completion is expected by March 2013.
Galliford Try reached financial close on three Lift projects worth a total of £12.7m in Cheshire for Renova Developments. The projects comprise the construction of Warrington town centre health centre, the building of Castlefields primary care resource centre, and the internal fit out of Orford Park primary care resource centre.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to secure these projects, which build on our extensive expertise in building health and care facilities across the UK, for both public and private sector clients.”