September Awarded Projects Reach in Excess of £900 million.
BAM Nuttall appointed for a third of total value of awarded contracts to BP Clients.
Highways England awarded a contract worth over £300m to BP Client Bam Nuttall alongside joint venture partners Aecom and Mace. The companies will deliver the main works package on the A27 Arundel bypass project as a part of the Linkconnex consortium. After the preliminary design is completed, construction work is set to begin in 2023/4 and looking to completed by 2030. The new bypass includes a 8-km dual carriageway that will attract traffic from Arundel and will completely avoid South Downs National Park.
Lovell have been granted a housing regeneration scheme by Greenwich council worth £290m in south-east London. This project will develop the former Morris Walk North and South estates with plans for 766 quality new homes in Woolwich are amongst the total redevelopment plan for 1,615 new homes over a 13-year regeneration programme. A proportion of the homes will be for affordable rent and 76 for shared ownership, the apartment blocks will be up to 13 storeys in height and a mix of one, two, three and four bedroom houses and apartments.
BP’s most recent clients Harris Bros & Collard were awarded two contracts worth over £650,000. These Somerset projects involve a new build extension, internal remodelling works, refurbishment and improvements.