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Top m&e firms and clients revealed

Balfour Beatty is leading the way on winning new work within the m&e sector with m&e consultants Hilson Moran, Sandy Brown, WSP and Buro Happold all securing contracts last month worth close to or above £300million.

Latest research by Glenigan published by week reveals the top performing m&e contractors, m&e conultants and main contractors plus the busiest clients.

The tables are aimed at giving website visitors access to the latest trends on who is winning the work and who is spending the most money.

This month we also publish a running total showing how much work has been won and awarded over the past year.

In October m&e contractor Balfour Beatty extended its top of the table run to four months. It snared £356.8 million across six contracts with Rotary in second spot (£137.5m), Wingate (£112.8m) third, and Bailey (£105.3m) fourth.

Amongst m&e consultants Hilson Moran soared to the top of the m&e consultants table for October with £334.5m in total value of construction projects. Sandy Brown was second with £319.5m and WSP third with £290.6m.

Top clients were led by property company Quintain which released one contract worth £275m. DP World (Dubai Ports) is in second place awarding two contracts worth a total of £252.5m. DP World is heavily involved in building the new port at London Gateway.

The next three top spenders were local or central government – Gateshead Council (£200m), Home Office (£190.6m) and Department of Health (£179.9m).