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January 31, 2022updated 27 Jul 2022 5:36pm

Five largest construction projects initiated in the UK in Q4 2021

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Here are the five largest construction projects initiated in the UK during Q4 2021, according to GlobalData’s construction projects database.

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1. A303/A30/A358 Road Corridor Improvement – $2,830m

The project involves the construction of a 12.8km road corridor between Taunton, Honiton and Amesbury, Somerset.

Construction work started in Q4 2021 and is expected to be completed in Q4 2026.

The aim of the project is to turn the A303 into a new strategic corridor to the South West over the next 14 years and create a new Expressway transforming connectivity to and from the South West.

2. Toblerone Mixed-Use Towers – $662m

The project involves the construction of a mixed-use complex comprising six towers ranging from eight to 40 stories in London, the UK.

Construction work commenced in Q4 2021 and is expected to finish in Q4 2025.

The project aims to transform the offices of The Department of Health, which were constructed in 1993, along with the Keyworth Street Hostel for the homeless, London South Bank University’s Perry Library and Skipton House to provide better residential and office facilities in the region.

3. Maidenhead Mixed-Use Community – $320m

The project involves the construction of a mixed-use community in Maidenhead, the UK.

Construction work started in Q4 2021 and is forecast to complete in Q3 2022.

The project is a key town-center regeneration opportunity as the site is adjacent to Maidenhead station, where Elizabeth Line trains will arrive next year.

4. Boho Digital City – $316m

The project involves the construction of a digital city in Boho district, Middlesbrough, the UK.

Construction work commenced in Q4 2021 and is expected to be completed in Q4 2026.

The project aims to transform Teesside’s skyline to provide better residential and commercial facilities in the region.

5. Birmingham Health Innovation Campus – $272m

The project involves the construction of a 61,037m2 health innovation campus on 4.04ha of land in Birmingham, West Midlands, the UK.

Construction work started in Q4 2021 and is expected to be completed in Q4 2031.

The project aims to provide world-leading office and lab facilities that will not only boost economic growth and job opportunities in the region but also aid the development of potentially life-saving treatments and technologies, while also establishing Birmingham as a leading economic hub for life sciences.

Methodology: This analysis is drawn from GlobalData’s global construction projects database, which tracks new construction projects over $25m from announcement to completion.

Verdict’s parent company GlobalData plc provides business information to 4,000 of the world’s largest companies.

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