Sport England selects £45m contracting squad

Aaron Morby 10 years ago

Styles and Wood, Herbert Baggaley and ISG have come up with several wins a piece in the race for places on five regional frameworks to build new sports facilities and pitches across England.

Sport England will share out £45m of work over four years with eleven firms building new facilities for the Sports Council.

Other packages including playing surfaces, lighting and modular buildings bring the framework to more than £77.5m in value.

    Sports pitches and facilities team

    North West

    • Cruden Group
    • Harry Fairclough Construction
    • Styles and Wood

    North East

    • Herbert Baggaley Construction
    • Northern Construction Solutions
    • Styles and Wood

    West, East Midlands, East Anglia

    • T Denman and Sons (Melton Mowbray)
    • Herbert Baggaley Construction
    • Styles and Wood

    South West

    • ISG Construction
    • Brookvale Homes (SW)
    • Whitescape Ventures

    London South East

    • 8Build
    • Brymor Construction
    • ISG Construction

Work will include modernisations, improvements and upgrades to existing facilities.

A further six firms will share out £15m of work designing and constructing synthetic pitches, games areas and courts. Four firms have been selected got lighting and another four for modular building supply.

    Other packages

    £15m: Synthetic playing surfaces team

  • Smiths Construction
  • Blakedown Sport and Play
  • Support in Sport
  • Cleveland Land Services
  • Aggregate Industries UK (trading as Spadeoak)
  • White Horse Contractors
  • £10m external sports lighting

  • CU Phosco Lighting
  • J Halliday Electrical
  • Highlights Floodlighting
  • J McCann & Co (Notts)
  • £7.5m Modular building solutions

  • Extra Space Solutions (UK)
  • HA Marks Construction
  • The McAvoy Group
  • Northern Construction Solutions

Sport England said: “We are seeking to modernise our approach to how we distribute the lottery funds by establishing a number of framework agreements with a supply chain of providers who will contract with successful lottery fund applicants.

“Sport England can see real benefits in efficiencies and cost reductions this approach can deliver through economies of scale, reduced administration, reduced timescales for project delivery and raising quality of provision.

“The facilities will be for a range of different sports, and competition levels. Fencing and any associated groundworks will also be required.”

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