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128 firms share in £30bn government framework

1 November 2019 | By Neil Gerrard

The government has named a total of 128 construction firms who have won a place on a new cross-public-sector framework worth a total of £30bn over the next seven years.

The Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Construction Works and Associated Services agreement will be used to find companies to build, refurbish, repair and demolish a range of public-sector buildings like schools, hospitals, offices, universities, prisons and houses.

It is the first time a government-led construction agreement will be used by the whole public sector.

Main contractors such as Bam Construction, Bouygues, Costain, Galliford Try, Interserve, Laing O’Rourke, Mace and Sir Robert McAlpine have all secured spots on the new agreement along with a total of 57 SMEs (see list below).

A total of 31 of 38 sub-lots have been awarded today. The CCS expects to award the remaining lots “in due course”.

Housing associations and local authorities will be able to use the agreement to commission house building and the agreement also provides access to specialist construction work for air-side and maritime construction services, as well as modern methods of construction, such as offsite manufacturing.

Simon Hart, minister for implementation in the Cabinet Office, said: “This agreement will help public bodies across the country carry out the work needed to build much-needed new housing as well as improve schools and hospital buildings.

“I know this will be welcomed by people up and down the country and I really look forward to seeing some of the incredible projects this agreement will help to facilitate.”

Sam Ulyatt, commercial director, buildings at CCS said: “This new agreement provides a solid foundation for public sector bodies to achieve the best outcomes and value for their investment across the whole construction lifecycle. 

“The principles of this agreement are collaboration and integration with supply chains, boosting innovation at a critical time and supporting the government’s work towards achieving a zero carbon 2050 target.”

Suppliers

The framework is split into lots including: building works, civil engineering works, general construction works, residential works, high-rise accommodation works, maritime works, airside works, demolition & decommissioning, and construction management.

The 128 companies to have been named so far are:

 

Aecom
A E Yates 
Amey Defence Services 
Ashe Construction 
Associated Asphalt Contracting 
Bam Construction
Bancon Construction 
Bardsley Construction 
BCM Construction 
Bechtel Management Company 
Borras Construction
Bouygues UK
Bowmer & Kirkland 
CCG (Scotland) 
Central Building Contractors (Glasgow) 
CHAP Group (Aberdeen) 
Clark Contracts 
Colas
Colmar Construction (Poole) 
Conamar Building Services 
Connell Brothers 
Connolly & Fee
Costain 
Covanburn Contracts
CTS Projects
Cubby Construction 
Dawson-Wam
Dem-Master Demolition 
Demolition Services 
DSM Demoltion 
Dyer & Butler 
EHA Group
ENGIE Regeneration
Eric Wright Civil Engineering 
Erith Contractors 
Esh Construction 
Etec Contract Services 
EW Beard Ltd t/a Beard
F3GROUP
Felix O'Hare and Company 
FES Support Services 
Fitzgerald Contractors
Flangans Building and Maintenance Services
FM Conway 
F Parkinson 
Galliford Try Building 
George Sharkey & Sons
G F Wilson 
GHI Contracts
Glenman Corporation 
H & J Martin Construction
HA Marks 
Hargreaves Contracting 
Henry Brothers 
Heron Bros 
Interserve Contruction
ISG Construction 
Jackson Civil Engineering Group 
JCA Engineering 
JN Bentley 
John Graham Construction t/a Graham
John Sisk & Son (Holdings) 
JT Mackley & Co 
J Tomlinson
KDC Contractors 
Kellogg Brown & Root 
Keltbray
Kier Construction
Kier Integrated Services 
Kier Services 
Knights Brown
Krol Corlett
Lagan Construction Aviation 
Laing O'Rourke Construction 
Lendlease
Logan Construction (SE) 
Luddon Construction 
Mac Asphalt 
Mace Group 
Maxi Construction 
McGee Group (Holdings) 
McLaren Construction
McLaughlin & Harvey
McLaughlin Construction
MD Building Services (branded as MD Group)
Mears 
Michael Brady
Midas Construction 
Midren Construction 
Mi-space (UK) 
Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure 
Morris & Spottiswood
MPH Construction 
Mulalley and Company 
Nationwide Rail 
NFC Homes 
North Midland Construction 
Oliveti Construction 
PBS Construction (North East) 
Pentaco Construction 
Pick Everard
PK Murphy Construction 
Rhodar Industrial Services 
RJ McLeod (Contractors) 
Robertson Construction Group
Rosslee Construction
Russells 
Rydon Construction 
Ryebridge 
Seddon Construction 
Seymour Civil Engineering Contractors 
Sir Robert McAlpine
Speller Metcalfe
Squibb Group 
Standage & Co 
Stepnell 
Tarmac Trading 
T E Scudder 
The Casey Group
TS Civil Engineering 
United Living (North) 
VINCI Construction UK trading as VINCI Facilities
VolkerFitzpatrick 
Volkerstevin 
Walter Carefoot & Sons (Construction) 
Wates Construction 
Whitemountain Quarries 
Willmott Dixon Construction 

Comments

Well thougt-out project spreading job availability across many construction companies ; commendable arrangement.

Adebowale moshood, 2 November 2019

We declined to bid as we were inundated with emails for help from outside firms purporting to assure that we would get on the list. Lookin at the companies how many are SME's and how many are tier 1's ?

Mike Smith, 5 November 2019

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