Caddick is to take over the £11m refurbishment and fit-out of the Grade II-listed India Buildings in Liverpool.
The prominent building, located at the city’s Water Street, is due to become a base for HMRC staff next year.
Styles & Wood had originally been carrying out the work but Caddick was named as its replacement this week.
Caddick’s tasks will include carrying out work including complex remedial work like asbestos removal, facade repairs and cleaning.
The company added in a statement that its work will also involve re-lining a cast iron drainage system, wholesale building services replacement, ornate window refurbishments, new roofs and roof lights. Other work includes installing five new lifts and refurbishing eight existing lifts.
Completion is due in summer 2020.
Caddick Construction senior project manager Mark Walker said: “This is a prestigious building in the heart of Liverpool that has many unique facets to its design, both internal and external.
“We are working to quickly re-engage with the existing supply chain and are confident of a seamless handover to HMRC as existing anchor tenants early summer 2020.”
India Buildings Development director Brian Rabinowitz added that the work is to be delivered within a “very short timescale” and to “a very high specification”.
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