Kier has secured a new contract to deliver Marylebone Square, a £106m mixed-use scheme in Central London, UK.
The contract was awarded by Concord London, the development manager of the project.
Kier Construction Group managing director Liam Cummins said: “This is an exciting project for us to be appointed to deliver and it draws on both our technical excellence and experience of delivering large-scale, mixed-use schemes in London.
“This appointment is testament to our collaborative relationship with Concord London and its consultant partners.
“We look forward to successfully delivering this project and creating a lasting legacy in Marylebone as part of our growing portfolio of projects in London.”
Located at the site of the former Moxon Street carpark, the 25,160m² project involves building a nine-storey complex featuring five residential floors above ground floor and a three-storey basement.
Overall, Marylebone Square will comprise 54 private apartments and 25 apartments across the five floors. The ground and lower ground floors will feature retail, restaurant and community facilities.
The B1 level will be a public parking facility while the lowest basement will be reserved for residential parking and plant space.
The building will also have a central external courtyard to provide daylight to the property.
The project is set to be completed in 2023.
Concord London managing director Chris Murray said: “Marylebone Square is a truly significant milestone for us as a company.
“We look forward to working alongside Kier to deliver a first-class development that -will combine beautiful architecture, high-quality finishes and the latest technology to create exceptional homes for residents and a superb new retail destination for the local community.”
Kier is a UK-based regional builder offering construction and infrastructure services.
In August, the company was appointed by the Croydon Council and the Department for Education (DfE) to deliver two education projects in the London Borough of Croydon.