Winners named for £30bn Government mega-framework

Aaron Morby 3 months ago
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The Government’s Crown Commercial Service has revealed the first tranche of contractors to gain places on its recording-breaking Government construction works framework.

The public works framework is estimated to be worth £30bn over seven years and will be available for use by central Government departments and all other public sector bodies, including local authorities, blue light services and devolved bodies.

Today contractors have been named for 31 of 38 sub-lots with the remaining awards to be published shortly.

Of the 128 successful firms, 57 are small and medium-sized enterprises.

CCS framework line-up


General construction works (projects valued £30m-£80m) – Total value £4bn

  • Scotland (11 winners): BAM Construction; Bowmer & Kirkland; Galliford Try; Interserve Construction; Graham Construction; Kier; McLaughlin & Harvey; Morgan Sindall; Robertson Construction; Sir Robert McAlpine; Tarmac Trading
  • Wales (4 winners): BAM Construction; Graham Construction; McLaughlin & Harvey; Tarmac Trading
  • England and Northern Ireland: To be announced

General construction works  (£10m – £30m) – Total £4bn

  • Wales: BAM Construction; Bouygues; Galliford Try, Interserve, ISG, Kier, Laing O’Rourke; Midas; Morgan Sindall; Tarmac Trading; Vinci, Willmott Dixon
  • Scotland: BAM Construction; Bowmer & Kirkland; Galliford Try; Heron; Interserve; ISG; Kier; McLaughlin & Harvey; Morgan Sindall; Robertson Construction; Tarmac Trading;
  • Northern Ireland: BAM Construction; Felix O’Hare; HJ Martin; Heron Bros
  • England: TBA

General Construction works (£3m – £10m) – Total  value £4bn

  • Wales: BAM Construction; ENGIE; Interserve; ISG; J N Bentley; Kier; Knights Brown; Morgan Sindall; Tarmac Trading; Vinci, Wates; Willmott Dixon
  • Scotland: Bowmer & Kirkland; Galliford Try Buiding; George Sharkey & Sons; Henry Brothers; Heron Bros; Interserve; ISG; Graham Construction; Kier; McLaughlin & Harvey; Morgan Sindall; Robertson; Wates
  • Northern Ireland: CTS Projects; Dawson-Wam; Felix O’Hare; H&J Martin Construction; Henry Brothers; Heron Bros; Graham Construction; McLaughlin & Harvey; Tarmac Trading
  • England: TBA

Minor building works (up to £3m) – Total value £3.5bn

  • England North: Amey Defence Services; Esh; FES Support Services; Flangans Building; F Parkinson; Hargreaves Contracting; JCA Engineering; J Tomlinson; Kier Services; Krol Corlett; Mears; Morris & Spottiswood; MPH Construction; Nationwide Rail, NMCN; Oliveti Construction; Rosslee Construction; Seddon; Stenell; Walter Carefoot & Sons
  • England South: Amey Defence Services; Ashe; Borras; Colmar Construction (Poole); Conamar Building Services; Etec Contract Services; Beard; FES Support Services; Glenman Corporation; H A Marks; JCA Engineering; Kier Services; Logan Construction (SE); MD Building Services; Mears; Michael Brady; Mulalley & Co; NFC Homes; Pentaco Construction; Standage & Co; Stepnell;
  • Wales: Amey Defence Services; Kier Services; MPH Construction; Nationwide Rail
  • Scotland: Amey Defence Services; Central Building Contractors; CHAP Group (Aberdeen); Clark Contracts; FES Support Services; GHI Contracts; Kier Services; Maxi Construction; McLaughlin Construction; Morris & Spottiswood
  • Northern Ireland: Amey Defence Services; Connolly & Fee; G F Wilson; P K Murphy

Minor civil engineering works (up to £3m) – Total value £1.5bn

  • North England: Yates; Colas; Dyer & Butler; Eric Wright Construction; Fitzgerald Construction; Jackson Civil Engineering; Kier Integrated Services; PBS Construction (North England); Seymour Civil Engineering; The Casey Group
  • South England: Associated Asphalt Contracting; BCM Construction; Colas; Dyer & Butler; FM Conway; Jackson Civil Engineering; JT Macley & Co; Kier Integrated Services; Midren Construction; Rynebridge; TS Civil Engineering
  • Wales: BCM Construction; Dyer & Butler; Kier Integrated Services;
  • Scotland: Covanburn Contracts; Cubby Construction; Luddon Construction; MacAsphalt; R J McLeod
  • Northern Ireland: Whitemountain Quarries

Residential – Total value £2.25bn

  • England North: Bardsley Construction; ENGIE; Esh; Galliford Try; Interserve; Morgan Sindall; NMCN; Speller Metcalfe; The Casey Group; United Living (North); Vinci; Wates; Willmott Dixon
  • Wales: ENGIE; Mi-Space (UK); Morgan Sindall; Wates
  • Scotland: Bancon; CCG (Scotland); CHAP Group (Aberdeen); ENGIE; Graham Construction; Morgan Sindall
  • Northern Ireland: Connolly & Fee; CTS Projects; EHA Group; PK Murphy
  • England South: TBA

High rise residential – Total value £2.25bn

  • England North: Bardsley Construction; Bowmer & Kirkland; Esh; Galliford Try; Interserve; John Sisk; Kier; Morgan Sindall; Russells; Wates; Willmott Dixon
  • England South: Bouygues; Bowmer & Kirkland; Galliford Try;  Interserve; John Sisk; Kier; Laing O’Rourke; McLaren Construction; Morgan Sindall; Rydon; Wates; Willmott Dixon
  • Wales: Morgan Sindall
  • Scotland: Graham Construction, Kier; Morgan Sindall
  • Northern Ireland: None

Construction management – Total value £250m

  • AECOM; Amey Defence Service; Bechtel; Costain; F3Group; Interserve; Kellogg Brown & Root; Kier; Lendlease; Mace; Pick Everard; Sir Robert McAlpine

Airside Works –  Total value £750m

  • BAM Construction; Kier Construction; Lagan Construction; McLaughlin & Harvey; VolkerFitzpatrick

Maritime works – Total value £1.5bn

  • Costain; Graham Construction; Kier Construction; McLaughlin & Harvey; VolkerStevin

Demolition & Decommissioning – Total value £3bn

  • AECOM; Amey Defence Services; Connell Brothers; Dem-Master Demolition; Demolition Services; DSM Demolition

Click here for full list of winners

The agreement prevents public bodies having to run their own costly and time-consuming procurement exercises.

It is the first government-led construction agreement which can be used by the whole public sector.

Sam Ulyatt, Commercial Director, Buildings at CCS said: “This new agreement provides a solid foundation for public sector bodies to achieve the best outcomes and value for their investment across the whole construction lifecycle.

“The principles of this agreement are collaboration and integration with supply chains, boosting innovation at a critical time and supporting the government’s work towards achieving a zero carbon 2050 target.”

It is the first time a construction works framework has been drawn up for this scale of project pipeline and follows the award of professional services and infrastructure consulting engineer frameworks awarded to consultants last year after long delays.

If taken up by major Government clients it would supersede a mass of frameworks presently in operation bringing to an end significant procurement duplication in England.

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