Birmingham building services provider JS Wright has won its latest multimillion-pound contracts in the capital after being appointed to two £60 million community regeneration schemes.
The company will be helping to revamp almost 200 affordable homes within a low-rise estate in north London and a tower in west London after securing a total deal worth around £3.5 million with Rydon.
Aston-based JS Wright will be designing and building a temporary plant room serving 66 of the homes in the first phase of Camden Council's Bacton Low Rise Estate redevelopment in Gospel Oak.
The installation is part of a £1.8m mechanical and electrical services fit-out deal with Rydon in which JS Wright will be teaming up with long-term partner Dagenham-based RJ Electrical and Birmingham project consultants Rolton Group.
The temporary plant will deliver energy efficient hot water heating to each apartment through individual interface units, enabling residents to adjust the heating to their needs.
JS Wright will also be designing and installing hot and cold water, extract ventilation, above ground drainage and lighting services.
The company has also secured a £1.8m contract with Rydon to design and build new heating, ventilation and boosted water systems for 120 apartments within 24-storey Grenfell Tower in North Kensington.
The central plant will also serve nine new flats and a remodelled nursery that JS Wright will be fitting out as part of the £10m revamp of the 1970s tower, which is being managed by Kensington & Chelsea TMO on behalf of the council.
Managing director Marcus Aniol said: "We are delighted to be reinforcing our association with Rydon by being placed at the heart of such major community regeneration projects in London."