Housebuilding and construction firm Galliford Try has been awarded three infrastructure projects worth a total of £40m, the firm said on Monday.
Its Scottish construction division Morrison Construction, has secured a £17m contract with Scottish Water through a joint venture for the second phase of the 'Meadowhead and Stevenston work package 6', collecting storm overflows from Kilmarnock town centre and transferring them to Meadowhead waste water treatment works.
The group has also won a £15m contract to upgrade Woodhouse Mill sewage treatment works in Sheffield for Yorkshire Water through a joint venture.
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Meanwhile, Galliford Try will assist with the redevelopment of Reading station and the surrounding area in a contract with the Borough Concil worth £8m.
"We are delighted to secure further projects for two of our long standing framework clients in the water industry and to play a key role in a significant rail infrastructure contract for a new client," said Chief Executive Greg Fitzegerald.
"Our construction business has a strong track record in all three areas and we look forward to working with our clients to deliver successful projects."
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