The winning firms secured places on the two regional lots after over 16 submitted bids.
They will deliver a range of capital projects from flood risk management to major infrastructure works in Wales’ forests over the next four years.
Jones Bros Ruthin (Civil Engineering) Co; William Hughes (Civil Engineering)
Walters UK; Alun Griffiths (Contractors)
Two consultants, Arup and Binnies UK (formerly Black & Veatch), have been appointed to work Wales-wide.
The framework will deliver NRW’s flood risk management programme, Reservoirs Act compliance programme, flow gauging network upgrades, fish passage improvements and major infrastructure works on the Welsh Government Woodland Estate.
Gavin Jones, NRW’s Design Consultancy Framework Manager said: “We’re excited to enter into a new chapter of delivering challenging but rewarding projects across Wales with our new Next Generation Framework partners.
“Wales’ Green Recovery Plan for Covid-19 will be at the heart of the framework as we deliver important work for Wales’ communities and environments.
Work will be directly awarded under the framework on an alternating basis between partners, removing the timely and costly tender process.
Construction management and ground investigation services are currently being procured to the Next Generation Framework for appointment this spring.