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Carillion selected for 400m Battersea development

Carillion selected for 400m Battersea development

The company was the successful bidder out of the original five firms that put their services forward for the construction. This was later cut to a final three in recent weeks, which included Lend Lease and Laing O’Rourke. The first phase of development, which is known as Circus West, will be project managed by Turner & Townsend. Two mixed-use buildings of varying height between eight and 18 stories will be built. Shops will be created, as well as 866 apartments, offices and cultural spaces too – which have been designed by Ian Simpson Architects and de Rijke Marsh Morgan. news-style-Battersea-21Talking about winning the bid, Richard Howson, chief executive of Carillion, told “We are delighted to have been selected as the preferred bidder for this prestigious project, which I believe reflects Carillion’s reputation for delivering high-quality, value for money projects.” He added: “We look forward to working in partnership with the Battersea Power Station Development Company to deliver this iconic project that will make a major contribution to the transformation of this historic site.” Carillion is set to start construction this summer with work set to be completed by 2016. Author: Samantha BartlettDate: 23rd May 2013

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