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Warings in £48.5m three-tower deal

Bouygues’ subsidiary Warings has signed a deal to design and build a three-tower property development in Southampton worth £48.5 million.

The Warings scheme includes a 26-storey tower, which, at 81 metres, will be one of the tallest buildings on the south coast of England.

It will be accompanied by two residential towers, respectively 50 metres and 30 metres tall. These new buildings form part of the Admiral’s Quay development, which is characterised by numerous luxury apartments.

The apartments will be completely clad in glass. The project is due to be completed in December 2014 and around 500 people will be working onsite at peak periods.

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