Galliford Try has won two contracts in the North-west worth a total of £14.2 million.
The University of Manchester has awarded an £8.1m contract to the company for the development of its five-storey School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science building.
The work, expected to be completed by August 2011, will include the design, build and fit-out of the facility in its first phase. This will involve the construction of a pilot plant, academic and research laboratories, as well as teaching and administration facilities.
Galliford Try has also won a £6.1m deal to build a a new medical centre, library and sixth form facility for Liverpool & Sefton Health Partnership. All three buildings will be based on the site of a former library at Childwall Fiveways in Liverpool.
The LIFT project will be the tenth building constructed as part of Galliford Try’s long term framework partnering agreement with LSHP.
Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to secure this range of projects, demonstrating or ability to secure quality work in the health and education sectors.”