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Galliford Try wins £103M contract to restore St Pancras Chambers

A £103 million contract to undertake the restoration of London's St Pancras Chambers and create 67 residential apartments, a £10 million penthouse and a 244-bedroom Five Star Marriott Renaissance Hotel has been awarded to Galliford Try.

The Grade I listed chambers, built between 1868 and 1876 as the Gothic Revival styled Midland Grand Hotel, originally boasted between 500-600 rooms which Galliford Try will convert into modern residential and hotel accommodation with other facilities, whilst restoring the building's interior to its former Victorian glory.

Contracts are expected to be exchanged by March and project completion is scheduled for the end of 2010.

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