Triton Construction has secured a £6.2m contract for the second and final phase of development at Mersey Reach.

The contract includes the design and build of 12 units ranging from 4,036 sq ft to 29,719 sq ft to include internal offices and yard space.

Triton will also deliver external works including landscaping, carparking and draining at the 102,485 sq ft logistics development.

Scheme developer Chancerygate appointed Triton after a competitive tender process.

Chris Quinn, regional director at the Warrington office of Triton Construction, said: “We are delighted to secure our first contract with Chancerygate as a prolific developer that is proactive in delivering exceptional logistics locations.

“Our presence in the North West is expanding rapidly and with this project, together with our other successful achievements such as the refurbishment of the iconic Royal Liver Building in Liverpool and the radical new Big Yellow self-storage building in Manchester, we are making great progress in achieving our growth potential.”

Ian Johnson, project manager at Chancerygate, added: “We’re pleased to see work start on site at phase two of Mersey Reach and look forward to working closely with Triton Construction to deliver a top-quality industrial scheme.”