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UK Selects 128 Firms for GP 30 Billion Government Construction Framework

Infra News - Published on Wed, 06 Nov 2019

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UK government has selected 128 companies to share up to GP 30 billion of public sector construction works over the next seven years. The Crown Commercial Service's framework will run for seven years and is the most valuable framework yet launched in the UK. There were 128 suppliers, named across 31 of 38 sub-lots, awarded. The CCS expects to award the remaining lots in due course. However, seven of the 38 different lots have yet to be filled, including all three value bands in the general construction works category for England-South and England-North. These will be confirmed ‘in due course. UK government expects this new procurement agreement to help shape public sector construction enabling public bodies to avoid having to run their own costly and time-consuming procurement exercises.

Most of the big names in UK construction are among the favoured 128 suppliers, as well as 57 small and medium-sized enterprises. Notable absentees at this stage include Balfour Beatty and Skanska.

The arrangement complements other CCS agreements for project management, facilities management, building materials and utilities. Purchasing bodies are told that they may use project bank accounts to reassure the supply chain but they are not obliged to.

The full list of chosen firms across the various lost is
AecomFM ConwayMichael Brady
AE YatesF ParkinsonMidas Construction
Amey Defence ServicesGalliford Try BuildingMidren Construction
Ashe ConstructionGeorge Sharkey & SonsMi-space (UK)
Associated Asphalt ContractingGF WilsonMorgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure
Bam ConstructionGHI ContractsMorris & Spottiswood
Bancon ConstructionGlenman CorporationMPH Construction
Bardsley ConstructionH&J Martin ConstructionMulalley & Company
BCM ConstructionHA MarksNationwide Rail
Bechtel Management CompanyHargreaves ContractingNFC Homes
Borras ConstructionHenry BrothersNorth Midland Construction
Bouygues UKHeron BrosOliveti Construction
Bowmer & KirklandInterserve ConstructionPBS Construction (North East)
CCG (SCOTLAND)ISG ConstructionPentaco Construction
Central Building Contractors (Glasgow)Jackson Civil Engineering GroupPick Everard
CHAP Group (Aberdeen)JCA EngineeringPK Murphy Construction
Clark ContractsJN BentleyRhodar Industrial Services
ColasJohn Graham Construction RJ McLeod (Contractors)
Colmar Construction (Poole)John Sisk & Son Robertson Construction Group
Conamar Building ServicesJT Mackley & CoRosslee Construction
Connell BrothersJ TomlinsonRussells
Connolly & FeeKDC ContractorsRydon Construction
CostainKellogg Brown & RootRyebridge
Covanburn ContractsKeltbraySeddon Construction
CTS PROJECTSKier ConstructionSeymour Civil Engineering Contractors
Cubby ConstructionKier Integrated ServicesSir Robert McAlpine
DAWSON-WAMKier ServicesSpeller Metcalfe
Dem-Master DemolitionKnights BrownSquibb Group
Demolition ServicesKrol CorlettStandage & Co
DSM DemoltionLagan Construction AviationStepnell
Dyer & ButlerLaing O'Rourke ConstructionTarmac Trading
EHA GroupLendleaseTE Scudder
Engie RegenerationLogan Construction (SE)The Casey Group
Eric Wright Civil EngineeringLuddon ConstructionTS Civil Engineering
Erith ContractorsMac AsphaltUnited Living (North)
Esh Construction .Mace GroupVinci Construction UK trading as Vinci Facilities
Etec Contract ServicesMaxi ConstructionVolkerFitzpatrick
EW Beard t/a BeardMcGee Group (Holdings)Volkerstevin
F3GROUPMcLaren ConstructionWalter Carefoot & Sons (Construction)
Felix O'Hare and CompanyMcLaughlin & HarveyWates Construction
FES Support ServicesMcLaughlin ConstructionWhitemountain Quarries
Fitzgerald ContractorsMD Building Services (branded as MD Group)Willmott Dixon Construction
Flangans Building and Maintenance ServicesMears

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Posted By : Ratan Singh on Wed, 06 Nov 2019
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