NG Bailey has secured a raft of contract wins worth more than £150 million for its engineering business.
The contracts span a range of sectors, including healthcare, education, film and television, and rail.
It includes a two-year contract for the University of Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus valued at £68 million, where the firm will act as the mechanical, engineering and plumbing (MEP) supply chain partner.
The campus will feature a new academic and scientific research hub, with teaching areas, learning zones, offices, labs, and innovation spaces over six floors.
NG Bailey will provide a range of MEP works on the project, including water source heat pumps, heat recovery units, PV panels, and LED lighting, as well as connecting the building to the district heating network.
Other recent project wins include a £8.5 million project with Transport for London (TfL), to provide complete MEP and communications services to a new maintenance facility at Beckton, which will serve TfL’s new fleet of trains.
The business has also been awarded two MEP projects with Shinfield Studios, a new UK film, TV studio and production hub in Reading which will have more than 1 million sq ft of sound stages, workshops, offices and post-production facilities.
“These recent contract wins demonstrate the continued demand for our engineering expertise, and fully support our growth across strategic sectors,” said Paul Aulton, managing director regions at NG Bailey.
“As a business we have a long track record of delivering offsite manufacture and installation of complex mechanical and electrical solutions.
“We are looking forward to working together with both new and existing partners to continue delivering outstanding work for some of the UK’s most exciting projects in infrastructure and the built environment.”
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