Lindum was appointed to carry out improvements to Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens in Nottingham.
The scheme included the restoration of a war memorial, pond and fountains, improvements to paths and the re-planting of flower beds.
A new visitor centre and toilets were also created.
It also included the restoration of a statue of Queen Victoria, which was crafted by Albert Toft in 1905 and has stood in the gardens since 1953 (after being moved from Old Market Square).
Nottingham City Council appointed Lindum to do the series of projects using the Scape Regional Construction framework. It comes after Lindum successfully restored the neighbouring First World War monument in 2019.