Contractors have been named for a new £2.5bn framework.
A total of 39 companies, including Eric Wright Construction, Speller Metcalfe and Stepnell, have won a place on Procure Partnerships’ new national Minor Works framework.
The public sector framework is divided into ten regions, each of which is split into two value bands: £500,000 – £1m and £1m – £4m.
Procure Partnerships’ director Robbie Blackhurst said the framework is set to offer a £2.5bn pipeline over the next four years.
Organisations expected to use the framework include universities, housing providers, local authorities, NHS Trusts and blue light providers.
Eric Wright director, James Eager said: “We are delighted to be working with Procure Partnerships on this important new Minor Works frameworks, with our successful bid demonstrating our extensive experience of delivering high-quality, value-for-money public sector construction projects.
“The agreement offers clients a flexible, compliant and cost-effective procurement option which will bring us exciting opportunities to partner with both new and existing public sector clients across our key areas of operation.”
The other contractors included are: Amcm Construction, Beard Construction, Burmor Construction, Carmel Crest Construction, Casey Group, City Cuild Construction, Code Building Soltuions, Compass Developments, Conamar Construction, Esh Construction, Gelder Construction, GL Property, Hankinson Construction, Harper Group, Integral Construction, Interserve Facilities, Jarram Falkus Construction, Midas Group, Morris and Spotiswood Construction, Neilcott Construction, Robertson Construction, SEH French Construction, Sewell Group, Simpson York Construction, Speller Metcalfe, Stepnell, Sweet Construc, T Clarke Group, TCL Group, Thomas Sinden Construction, Vinci Facilities and Wooler Construction.