The four-year regional framework arrangement for the East Midlands Property Alliance is managed by Scape and covers projects valued between £50K and £2m.
The aim of empa is to improve the procurement and delivery of construction projects and property maintenance for local authorities saving time and money for them and their council taxpayers.
G F Tomlinson’s contract will cover the northern area of the region, including Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire and is forecast to be worth £68m over the lifetime of the deal.
Corby-based Jeakins Weir’s contract covers the southern area of the region, including Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Rutland – and Warwickshire, Coventry, Solihull and Peterborough, which also form part of the framework.
This share of the contract has a total value of £32m.
Head of empa Alan Coole said: “Public sector bodies continue to see their budgets reduced so it’s more important than ever that they receive value for money from their construction projects.
“Both G F Tomlinson and Jeakins Weir put forward excellent submissions and I would like to congratulate them on successfully securing this particular framework.”