June 19 (Reuters) - British support services and construction firm Carillion has been awarded two contracts, one as part of a joint venture and the other which is worth over 200 million pounds, it said on Thursday.
The company said it had been selected as a partner alongside Balfour Beatty, Costain and BAM Nuttall/Morgan Sindall by the UK highways agency to transform a section of Britain's roads into a 'smart motorway'.
The contract is worth 184 million pounds.
Carillion was also selected for a 200 million support services contract for Nottingham University Hospital NHS trust.
($1 = 0.5904 British Pounds) (Reporting by Li-mei Hoang)