McLaren Construction has secured two construction contracts worth £65m within the city and central London.
The first contract with Viridis Real Estate Services is worth £37.5m and includes the construction of a new commercial complex at 25 to 32 Chancery Lane.
The eight-storey building will house retail units at the lower ground floor level.
As part of the development, the company will retain and restore the Chancery Lane facade, while adding new elevations featuring terracotta.
Under the second £28m contract with UD Europe, a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Urban Development, McLaren will redevelop King William Street near Bank Station.
King William Street was previously occupied by Rothchilds, who moved to a new international office nearby.
Located behind a 1920s Grade II listed building, the 1997 extension will be 50% demolished from roof to ground, while retaining its core structure. The demolished portion will be replaced with a new primary structure, built with handmade bricks.
According to McLaren, both new projects will provide a combined office space of more than 198,694ft².
McLaren Construction managing director Phil Pringle said: "These projects see us furthering our commercial project pipeline within key locations in London and we are very pleased to be working with Viridis Real Estate Services Limited and Kajima Partnership Limited.
"We look forward to establishing a successful working relationship with both of these important customers."
Image: King William Street in the City of London. Photo: courtesy of McLaren Construction Group.