The firm is holding two Supply Chain Industry Days next month to meet potential subcontractors to work on the Defence Estates framework to deliver construction projects up to £12m.
Henry Brothers has reached the ten-strong shortlist for the NGEC Regional Capital Framework for East Midlands and Eastern England which is worth an estimated £100m – £250m over four years.
A Henry Brothers spokesman said: “As a minimum subcontractors should comply with ISO 14001 Environmental Standard, ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard and have a Health and Safety Management System accredited by a recognised third party.”
The Industry Days will be held in Cambridge on December 13 and Nottingham on December 14.
Potential subcontractors can register their interest in attending by email to email@example.com
Henry Brothers is one of the leading Defence Estates contractors in Northern Ireland and has expanded operations into England and Scotland over the past few years.
The firm is also shortlisted to tender for the NGEC Regional Prime Scotland and Northern Ireland project as TurnerHenry JV.
Henry has also recently completed the largest special needs modular school in the UK in Kingsbury, north London.
The 2,600 square metre school was built in 14 weeks using Henry’s steel-framed modular classroom system.
The system has been developed by Henry over the last three years and the modules are built in the firm’s workshop before assembly on site.
Henry hope the method will prove popular in the wake of the James Review into the cost effectiveness of the Building Schools for the Future programme.