Mace has been appointed to deliver phase one of a £480m mixed-use development at Nine Elms Square, London.
Mace is set to build three towers as part of Nine Elms Square for R&F Properties, ranging from 36 to 54 storeys, as well as a podium with residential space for 880 apartments and retail units across 124,400 sq ft.
The overall Nine Elms Square project will consist of 12 buildings in total and will offer 1,900 new homes to the regeneration area, a statement from the contractor said.
Linear Park, a river walk and nature trail, will stretch from the three Mace towers to Battersea Power Station, to connect two of the biggest regeneration schemes in London.
Mace chief operating officer for construction Gareth Lewis said: “We are proud to take on the challenge of delivering part of Vauxhall’s latest iconic residential development, at the beginning of what we hope will be a long and successful relationship with R&F Properties.
“We will use our experience in building some of London’s most complex and challenging projects to make the client’s vision a reality and deliver the three architecturally outstanding towers at Nine Elms Square.”
In June, Telford Homes was announced as the contractor for Henderson Park and Greystar’s neighbouring £385m Nine Elms residential scheme.
Telford is set to construct two towers to deliver 894 apartments of one, two and three-bedrooms.
Nine Elms has become a hotspot for developments, particularly with the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station and the £22m housing plot bought by Galliard Homes.
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