All winning firms are members of the National Federation of Demolition Contractors and the framework is now live and will run for four years.
Jason Stapley, managing director at Pagabo, said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the response we had to the tender process for this framework and are really pleased to be bringing a unique and compliant procurement route to demolition services to the market with such a strong set of companies.
“There is a huge focus on the environmental impact that construction projects can have, and so demolishing old buildings with a negative impact and redeveloping brownfield land is becoming increasingly important for development schemes. But with these approaches come a whole host of challenges that require specialist services.
“This framework will ensure that clients can access those specialist services from the firms best placed to support, providing any scheme with the best start possible before redevelopment – and doing so in the most compliant and efficient manner possible in the market.”
The 29 companies that have been awarded a place on the new framework are:
- A Buckler (Haulage) Ltd
- ACS Civils Ltd
- Arcadis (UK) Ltd
- Armac Demolition Ltd
- Bond Demolition Ltd
- Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd
- Cawarden Demolition Co Ltd
- City Demolition Contractors (Birmingham) Limited
- Coleman & Company Ltd
- Connell Brothers Ltd
- DSM Demolition Limited
- Dunton Environmental Limited
- Eric Wright Civil Engineering Ltd
- Frank O’Gara & Sons Ltd
- George Beattie & Sons Ltd
- Hughes and Salvidge Ltd
- John F Hunt Regeneration
- Jones Bros Ruthin (Civil Engineering) Co Ltd
- Keltbray Built Environment
- McCormack Site Services (Ireland) Ltd
- O’Brien Contractors Ltd
- O’Keefe Demolition Ltd
- P.P. O’Connor Group Ltd
- R Collard Ltd
- Rhodar Industrial Services Ltd
- RJ Mcleod (Contractors) Ltd
- Tom Prichard Holdings
- VHE Construction
- VINCI Construction UK Ltd
Included in the range of projects available is structure demolition, ground improvement works, bulk earthworks, industrial dismantling, and the demolition of non-traditionally constructed high-rise structures.
The framework will cover a wide range of sectors, including local authorities, NHS and health services, emergency services, highways and infrastructure, public utilities, education and universities, museum and leisure, prisons, housing associations, and central government and associated agencies.