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Mace appointed as construction manager for Royal Wharf scheme

Exclusive: Mace has bagged a job to deliver the first phase of Royal Wharf, a major residential scheme in the East of London, Construction News can reveal.

Mace will be acting as construction manager for Royal Wharf’s phase one, which will include the delivery of 811 homes.

The contract has a construction value of £50m, according to Glenigan.

Royal Wharf is a 363,000 sq m waterfront development, being jointly developed by the subsidiary of Singapore-based developer Oxley Holdings Limited, and UK-based Ballymore.

Overall plans for the area will include the delivery 3,500 new homes, a new high street, commercial space, cafes, restaurants and a school.

Mace chief operating officer for construction Gareth Lewis said major residential projects like Royal Wharf were “key to ensuring this city maintains its status as a major international hub”.

“We are delighted to have been given the opportunity to work on such an exciting project, which will not only meet this demand but will provide a vital economic boost to East London.”

Oxley Chief executive Ching Chiat Kwong said he was looking forward to seeing Royal Wharf transform and become one of “the most exciting places to live and work” in London.

Mace residential business unit director Simon Underwood said: “Mace, in its role as construction manager, has taken on some of the largest residential appointments in London over the last few years and it is great to be given yet another opportunity to further shape this city.”

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