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Lendlease wins contract to revamp Manchester, UK, town hall

LendLease Group won the contract to refurbish the Town Hall and Albert Square in Manchester, U.K., Place North West reported.

The contract is worth roughly £160 million and the project has a total budget of £330 million.

Lendlease beat out rival Laing O'Rourke for the contract.

Citing Manchester's city council, the report noted that Lendlease will serve as management contractor and oversee and procure more than 100 subcontracts ranging from between £10,000 and £10 million.

The building will be extensively refurbished, and public realm around Albert Square will be improved, according to the Jan. 7 report. The building is expected to be fully refurbished and occupied in 2024.