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Artist's impression of the Premier Inn at West India Dock, London

Artist's impression of the Premier Inn at West India Dock, London

Artist's impression of the Premier Inn at West India Dock, London

A contractor in Co Down has started a £9m contract on a project to build the tallest Premier Inn in London.

Kane in Banbridge was appointed by construction giant Sisk to do mechanical and engineering work at the new 400-bed hotel at West India Dock in London.

The Northern Ireland business was founded in 1967 and is now a major building contractor with 200 staff and offices in London, Glasgow and the Republic.

It its latest deal, it will deliver a full design and build mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) package for the new hotel.

It will also work on a combined energy centre which will also power 68 apartments.

The centre will be built off-site at the company’s facilities in Co Down.

Work has already started on site, with the projected expected to take 14 months.

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Cathal McMullan, managing director of Kane, said: “Kane are delighted to once again deliver a M&E contract on behalf of Sisk at the iconic West India Dock.

"This further strengthens our relationship with Sisk and showcases our M&E Capabilities as a leading MEP contractor of choice.”


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