Morgan Sindall has been reappointed by Milton Keynes Council to its major building works framework worth up to £100m over the next four years.
Miller has won a place on the IESE South East & London Construction Framework for Major Projects.
IESE (Improvement and Efficiency South East) is a four year deal which anticipates delivering projects worth up to £4.5bn.
IESE is led by Hampshire County Council and can be accessed by local authorities across the South East and London. It is currently used by over 30 local authorities.
Morgan Sindall regional managing director John Homer said: “These are challenging economic times for everyone in the public and private sector.
“That said, we have great capability and a proven track record of performing well in frameworks. Our team is looking forward to competing for Milton Keynes projects over the lifetime of this framework.”
Miller chief executive Chris Webster said: “Our appointment to IESE reiterates our commitment to our strategy to secure long-term partnerships which are mutually beneficial.
“We have a wealth of experience in the markets which are covered by the framework coupled with expert teams who are ready to deliver high quality projects.”