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News » Up To £20m » Graham lands Kew Gardens role » published 26 May 2017

Graham lands Kew Gardens role

John Graham Construction has won a contract with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew to carry out a programme of capital works over the next five years.

The Palm House at Kew Gardens Above: The Palm House at Kew Gardens

The major works framework agreement is expected to be worth between £5m and £10m for Graham.

The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in west London is a UNESCO World Heritage site with several of Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II historical buildings.

Projects to be undertaken as part of the contract are likely to include new builds, refurbishment of historic buildings, fabric repairs, structural repairs, heritage specialisms, repair or replacement of mechanical & electrical systems, replacement of nursery facilities and external works. Some of the works will be undertaken at the Wakehurst Place site in West Sussex.




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This article was published on 26 May 2017 (last updated on 26 May 2017).

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