Mulaley and Co, Rydon and United Living South have all secured places on the major spending lots covering a £100m programme of new build work and around £140m of housing upgrade work.
The Better Homes and Construction Framework will come into operation in April and run to 2020 being used to regenerate estates in the borough.
Under the new framework arrangement contractor performance will be monitored through a series of key performance indicators, with poorly performing contractors ‘rested’ from the framework.
Rested contractors will not be invited to bid for any further work until they can prove to the Council that they have put systems in place to improve performance.
Camden framework partners
Winning firms with forecast spend
New build accommodation (£100m): Galliford Try Partnerships, Higgins Construction, Mulalley and Company, Rydon Group, United Living (South)
Internal and External Works (£142m): Morgan Sindall Property Services, Mulalley and Company, Rydon Maintenance, United Living (South), Wates Living Space
Mechanical systems replacement and major upgrades (£56m): BTU (Installation & Maintenance) ,G&D Higgins Mechanical Services, Invicta Building Sevices, Keepmoat Regeneration, Lakehouse Contracts
Electrical systems replacement and major upgrades (£11m): Lakehouse Contracts, Mitie Property Services (UK), Morgan Sindall Property Services, OpenView Security Solutions, W G Wigginton
Lift replacement (£24m): Acre Lifts, Apex Lifts & Escalator Engineers, Lakehouse Contracts, Lift & Engineering Services, Liftec Lifts
Small building works (£12m): AD Construction Group, Foster Property Maintenance, Re-Gen UK, Vinci Construction UK
Small mechanical (£5m): BTU (Installation & Maintenance), K&T Heating Services, G&D Higgins Mechanical Services, OpenView Security Solutions, Purdy Contracts, Re-Gen UK