Lambe Construction has managed to secure two flagship housing development contracts. The contracts for these two construction projects have been awarded by Keepmoat Homes. The Midlands’ preferred civil engineering and groundworks company has announced that they have managed to secure the contracts that will lead to the creation of more than 3,000 homes.
The first development that has been secured by M. Lambe Construction has been valued at around £12.9 million. The development is located in the Spirit Quarters which is a £360 million housing redevelopment project that is taking place in North East Coventry. This first development alone will see more than 3,300 new homes constructed in the Wood End, Henley Green, Manor Farm and Deedmore neighbourhoods.
The civil engineering and groundworks specialists have been contracted to build the foundations of 356 new homes as well as two new apartment blocks and a variety of infrastructure features including roads and sewers. The work will have to seamlessly connect to existing roads as well as on-site and off-site sewer diversions.
The second contract is for work at The Willows in Dudley. The project is worth £5.07 million and will see a team from M. Lambe Construction build raft foundations that will be used for 130 plots as well as the required infrastructure. Also featured in the work will be the creation of public space and pathways as well as a balancing pond.
The two contracts are great news for the company and are a credit to the partnership that has been formed between M. Lambe Construction and Keepmoat Homes. M. Lambe Construction has been in operation for more than 30 years and is now known for their work with a variety of clients across the Midlands including Lovell Partnerships, Bellway Homes and Galliford Try to name just a few.