The framework will run for four years from the start of April and covers regional lots for the south east and south west.
It will be used for smaller to medium-sized projects valued from £50,000 to £10m.
Hampshire and the South East of England
Dyer and Butler; Eurovia UK; Farrans Construction; Jackson Civil Engineering Group; Graham Construction; Kier Integrated Services; Knights Brown Construction; Mildren Construction
The South West of England
Alun Griffiths (Contractors); Dyer and Butler; Eurovia UK; Graham Construction; Kier Integrated Services; Knights Brown Construction; Mildren Construction; R&W Civil Engineering
While the four-year total headline spend sum has been set at £500m, Hampshire County Council, which ran the procurement race, said that annual spend would more likely by around £50m a year.
The shake-up sees previous incumbent contractors Amey, Balfour Beatty, Buckingham Group, Colas, Osborne, Interserve, Skanska and Tarmac Trading drop out of the next-generation framework.