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Galliford Try scoops infrastructure projects worth £40M

Galliford Try has won three infrastructure projects totalling £40M in value.

In Scotland the firm has scooped a £17M contract from Scottish Water in joint venture with Black & Veatch. The wastewater project will  collect storm overflows from Kilmarnock town centre and transfer them to Meadowhead waste water treatment works.

The firm has also scooped £15M of water work in Yorkshire in joint venture with Aecom to upgrade Woodhouse Mill sewage treatment works in Sheffield for Yorkshire Water.

The firm has also won a £8M contract from Reading Borough Council to assist with the redevelopment of the town’s station and the surrounding area. The programme of civil engineering works includes highway improvements, creation of a new interchange and public realm works.

 

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