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Mace tops monthly contractor table ahead of Morgan Sindall and Brookfield Multiplex

Mace has topped the contractor league table for April after landing a £120m deal for the mixed-use Hawley Wharf development in north London.

As exclusively revealed by Construction News, Mace was appointed by real estate group Market Tech to deliver the scheme, which will include eight new buildings and 170 homes.

The development was among seven contracts secured by Mace during April with a combined value of £237.9m, according to construction intelligence unit Glenigan.

Mace was more than £86m in front of second-placed Morgan Sindall, which recorded 15 wins in April with a combined value of £151.5m.

The firm’s haul included a £40m housing deal on the Regents Park estate for Camden Borough Council in a monthly league dominated by residential contracts.

Brookfield Multiplex was close behind in third for the month with £143.2m, its total again underpinned by a major housing contract: a £130m project for Derwent London to build 54 flats in central London.

In the annual league table, Balfour Beatty and Laing O’Rourke maintained their positions in first and second, while Kier climbed one position to sit third.

Mace’s winning performance in April helped it rise two spots to fourth in the 12-month table, pushing Skanska down from third to fifth.


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