Co Tyrone-based construction firm McAleer & Rushe has completed 188 new build-to-rent homes which form the first phase of South West Lands, and the newest residential building at Wembley Park, known as Ferrum.
The firm, working with London developer Quintain, completed Phase 1 of Ferrum to budget and five weeks ahead of schedule.
The construction programme delivered a reinforced concrete framed 188-unit residential block of up to 18-storeys, with a three-storey link building and new retail units facing onto Station Square.
McAleer & Rushe won the contract through the Wembley Park construction framework, and the completion of this building marks their second project to be delivered through the framework.
Their third project - Phase 2 of Ferrum - is already under way, which will see an additional 553 rental homes built at Wembley Park, all to be managed by Quintain's lifestyle-focused rental management company, Tipi.
Ferrum is designed by award-winning architects JTP.