The firm has been the sole contractor on both Scape frameworks for Scotland, and Wales and England for several years having first been appointed in 2015, working with over 40 public sector customers to complete 100 projects, valued at £530m.
It latest £7m job saw Blafour deliver A51 Tarvin Junction on behalf of Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Over the course the framework, Balfour has spent £185m with SMEs, diverting 31,522 tons of waste from landfill and numerous volunteering and fundraising schemes have been delivered; equating to £219m of social value added to local communities.
Mark Robinson, Group Chief Executive at SCAPE, said: “The strength of our partnership with Balfour Beatty has enabled the delivery of some crucial infrastructure projects with a focus on high-quality delivery.”
Presently Scape is preparing to open bidding in February for spots on its third generation civil engineering framework.
The new enlarged format puts net zero carbon construction and work for local SMEs at the heart of delivery of an estimated £4bn pipeline over four years.
The re-procurement includes a £3.25bn framework for England, Wales and Northern Ireland and a separate £750m framework for Scotland, managed and operated by SCAPE Scotland.
A contract notice will be published in February 2022 with preferred bidders announced in November 2022.