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Top 50 contractors – wins in February

Rank Contractor Deals Value £m
1 ISG 7 265
2 Vinci 5 226
3 Wilmott Dixon 12 191
4 Bouygues 3 187
5 John Graham 8 155
6 TSL 3 150
7 Sir Robert McAlpine 1 110
8 McAleer & Rushe 1 100
9 Wates 6 89
10 Winvic 2 79
11 Balfour Beatty 3 74
12 Galliford Try 3 64
13 McLaughlin & Harvey 4 59
14 Henry Boot 2 44
15 VolkerWessels 2 43
16 CCG 3 40
17 I&H Brown 1 40
18 Ardmore 1 40
19 Tarmac 2 38
20 Farrans 1 36
21 Buckingham Group 2 32
22 McLaren 2 31
23 Torsion 1 30
24 Kier 6 29
25 Royal BAM 5 29
26 J Tomlinson 3 29
27 Esh 7 27
28 Clegg 2 27
29 Osborne 5 26
30 Merit 1 25
31 Gilbert – Ash 2 24
32 Bowmer & Kirkland 3 22
33 Morgan Sindall 8 20
34 Henry Construction 1 20
35 HG 1 20
36 Jones Brothers 2 20
37 HH Smith 4 19
38 PMC 1 19
39 Clark Contracts 2 19
40 Henry Brothers 2 17
41 Glencar 3 16
42 Primco 1 14
43 Bridgestone 1 14
44 Stepnell 3 14
45 Stainforth 2 14
46 Pellikaan 1 13
47 Domis 1 12
48 Interserve 2 12
49 Westridge 2 11
50 Feltham 2 11

Top 100 contractors – year to February

Rank Contractor Deals Value £m
1 Kier 104 1,215
2 Balfour Beatty 47 1,192
3 Morgan Sindall 106 1,189
4 Galliford Try 51 1,084
5 Wilmott Dixon 81 1,077
6 ISG 58 1,057
7 Costain 11 940
8 Bowmer & Kirkland 48 922
9 Winvic 18 900
10 Vinci 40 856
11 Sir Robert McAlpine 31 822
12 Royal BAM 52 791
13 Bouygues 8 677
14 Wates 49 639
15 John Sisk 13 632
16 RJ McLeod 9 559
17 VolkerWessels 21 506
18 John Graham 31 500
19 Domis 11 488
20 TSL 12 477
21 Tarmac 31 469
22 Lendlease 4 410
23 McAleer & Rushe 9 400
24 Robertson 44 377
25 McLaughlin & Harvey 17 374
26 Multiplex Europe 13 370
27 Buckingham Group 9 341
28 Readie 17 321
29 Interserve 44 291
30 Henry Construction 10 286
31 Farrans 6 274
32 Mace 7 272
33 Carey 3 254
34 McLaren 12 233
35 Skanska 17 221
36 Engie Regeneration 31 214
37 Midas 26 207
38 Caddick 23 206
39 Seddon 22 203
40 Laing O’Rourke 5 189
41 Gear 1 180
42 FCC 1 171
43 Roadbridge 1 171
44 A & H 18 170
45 HG 9 166
46 Swanside 1 150
47 GMI 11 148
48 Esh 25 144
49 CCG 17 141
50 Beard 35 140
51 Renaker 2 140
52 Gilbert – Ash 9 139
53 Tolent 11 136
54 RG 10 134
55 Higgins 8 131
56 Ardmore 2 120
57 Clegg 14 119
58 Glencar 10 116
59 Spencer 8 115
60 Henry Boot 5 107
61 Oktra 2 105
62 Parkway 6 96
63 Brymor 9 96
64 Barnfield 10 95
65 Speller Metcalfe 20 94
66 SDC 13 90
67 Jones Brothers 9 89
68 RG Carter 15 83
69 C Field 5 82
70 Osborne 12 79
71 Caledonian Modular 6 76
72 Farrans 1 75
73 Coinford 1 74
74 ARJ 7 73
75 RGB 4 73
76 Mid Group 3 71
77 J Murphy 19 71
78 Camerons 1 70
79 Thomas Johnstone 3 70
80 MCS 13 69
81 Mott MacDonald (JBA Bentley) 4 65
82 SEP 1 65
83 Henry Brothers 10 61
84 I&H Brown 11 61
85 John Turner 20 59
86 Crossfield 10 59
87 WRW 14 59
88 Lindum 25 58
89 Breheny 10 58
90 Pellikaan 4 58
91 Neilcott 17 58
92 Eric Wright 14 58
93 Metnor 3 57
94 George Leslie 4 57
95 Knights Brown 13 57
96 Commercial Development Projects Limited 7 55
97 Medlock 9 54
98 Goldbeck 3 54
99 Mulalley 7 53
100 McGoff 7 53

Top 50 clients – awards in February

Rank Client Deals Value £m
1 Mountpark Logistics 1 187
2 National Grid 1 175
3 London Borough of Waltham Forest 1 125
4 Highways England 4 111
5 Lidl 5 110
6 Blackswan 1 110
7 ES Coventry 1 100
8 Department For Education 6 94
9 London Borough of Barnet 1 75
10 London Borough of Camden 3 69
11 London Borough of Southwark 2 66
12 Southwark Council 1 66
13 Meadow Residential 2 65
14 Henley Camland 1 60
15 Aletheia Anglican Academies Trust 1 60
16 Eastern Quarry 1 60
17 Prologis 3 60
18 Warmflame 1 59
19 Transport for London 1 55
20 London Borough of Wandsworth 1 50
21 Clarion 1 46
22 Grainger 1 42
23 Motcomb Estates 1 40
24 Wyre Borough Council 2 40
25 First Panattoni 1 40
26 Sheffield City Council 1 40
27 EDF Energy 1 40
28 Environment Agency 3 39
29 Scottish Power 1 36
30 Port of Tyne Authority 1 34
31 Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council 3 34
32 Burford Delta 1 34
33 Strata 1 34
34 Aldi 4 32
35 Swindon Borough Council 1 31
36 London Borough of Hounslow 1 30
37 C Squared 1 30
38 Torbay Council 1 30
39 St Modwen 2 30
40 Wykeland Group 1 30
41 Capital & Centric 1 30
42 Harrison Street 1 30
43 Caledonia Housing 1 30
44 Torsion Group 1 30
45 De Trafford Estates Group 1 28
46 Northumbria NHS Trust 2 26
47 R&F Properties 1 25
48 Excel Winner 1 25
49 Birmingham City Council 3 25
50 BAE Systems 1 24

Top 100 clients - year to February

Rank Client Deals Value £m
1 Highways England 56 2,611
2 Department For Education 59 665
3 The Welsh Government 9 523
4 Scottish & Southern Energy 1 500
5 Network Rail 77 459
6 CityFibre 38 371
7 Shearer Property 1 350
8 Ministry of Justice 10 341
9 London Borough of Ealing 8 332
10 Ask 2 324
11 IM Properties 2 305
12 Bluebutton Properties 2 300
13 Clarion 11 279
14 Power by Britishvolt 1 250
15 Caudwell Collection 1 250
16 The Peel Group 10 241
17 Muse Developments 6 230
18 Bericote Properties 2 224
19 St Modwen 16 219
20 Homes England 16 219
21 Stanhope 3 213
22 Mountpark Logistics 2 207
23 Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Trust 3 196
24 Sourced Developments 2 195
25 Westminster City Council 11 186
26 Prologis 6 186
27 Segro 10 185
28 London Borough of Camden 9 180
29 Art’otel 1 180
30 London Borough of Waltham Forest 9 179
31 Lidl 33 178
32 Ministry of Defence 20 178
33 National Grid 1 175
34 Gazeley 6 165
35 West Cumbria Mining 1 165
36 First Panattoni 3 164
37 Sky 4 161
38 Covanta Energy 2 160
39 Dominvs 2 157
40 A2 Dominion 4 155
41 Birmingham City Council 16 153
42 Moda Living 1 150
43 Osborne 1 150
44 Great Ormond NHS 1 149
45 Helical 4 147
46 Leeds City Council 15 144
47 Scottish Water 10 144
48 Environment Agency 23 139
49 Bruntwood Estates 3 138
50 Henley Camland 2 134
51 Community Council of Devon 17 133
52 Thames Water 6 128
53 Next 1 125
54 Associated British Ports 11 121
55 Nikal 1 120
56 Keighley Clean Energy 1 120
57 Endless Energy 1 120
58 University of Cambridge 8 119
59 University of Glasgow 4 118
60 North London Waste Authority 5 117
61 SSE 5 115
62 Manchester Metropolitan University 5 112
63 Your Housing 5 111
64 Aldi 38 111
65 Blackswan 1 110
66 Concord 1 106
67 Goodman Logistics 4 105
68 Whitewood Gateway 1 103
69 Suffolk County Council 10 103
70 Stockport MBC 5 103
71 London Borough of Barking and Dagenham 12 101
72 Cambridgeshire County Council 9 100
73 ES Coventry 1 100
74 Hub Residential 1 100
75 Native Land 1 100
76 Highline Investments 2 100
77 Centrica 1 100
78 Uniserve 1 100
79 JP Morgan 1 100
80 Portsoken 1 100
81 Manchester City Council 11 99
82 University of Bristol 2 98
83 Transport for London 3 97
84 Swindon Borough Council 9 94
85 Helios 1 94
86 Warwickshire County Cricket Club 1 93
87 Patrizia UK 1 93
88 M & G Real Estate 2 90
89 Cubex Land 2 90
90 Cardiff County Council 12 90
91 Capital & Centric 2 84
92 Department Of Health 42 82
93 Perth & Kinross District Council 5 81
94 London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham 3 81
95 Scottish Borders Council 3 81
96 London Borough of Southwark 9 80
97 Audley St Elphins 1 80
98 Urbanest 1 80
99 Newcastle-upon-Tyne City Council 8 79
100 Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council 4 79

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Event services

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UK new 'Find a Tender' service

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The system is free to use and you can access the service by clicking this link.

 

Contractor payment records

Payment performance – collated by Build UK
Firm Average payment days % invoices not paid to terms % paid in 60 days

Vinci

24 14 95

Morgan Sindall

27 9 98

Sir Robert McAlpine

28 15 94

John Sisk & Son

29 24 94

Willmott Dixon

30 11 98

Kier

30 21 90

Mace

30 28 92

Interserve

30 39 95

ISG

31 13 99

VolkerWessels

31 22 95

Osborne

31 26 93

Amey

31 38 93

Lendlease

32 12 96

Wates

32 16 97

Laing O’Rourke

32 20 90

Costain

32 26 91

Robertson 

34 42 92

Canary Wharf Contractors

35 15 89

BAM Construct

36 26 94

Murphy

36 33 88

Winvic 

37 15 97

Bowmer and Kirkland

37 27 95

Skanska

39 9 91

Balfour Beatty

40 31 91

Galliford Try

41 13 92

Graham 

41 25 82

Bouygues

42 27 90

McLaren 

42 62 89

BAM Nuttall

47 24 90

Multiplex

49 33 80

Seddon

51 18 90

Freelance trades pay rates

Self-employed trades average weekly pay fell by 8.2% during January to £836,  in line with seasonal trends. 

The best-performing regions were Wales (-0.3%), the West Midlands (-3.8%) and the East Midlands (-5.2%).

Region

Jan

Average

MoM %

Change

YoY %

Change

North East

£696

-16.9%

-10.1%

North West

£825

-9.5%

-3.5%

Yorkshire and the Humber

£752

-11.2%

-9.2%

East Midlands

£897

-5.2%

-5.8%

West Midlands

£841

-3.8%

-12.0%

Wales

£867

-0.3%

5.2%

East of England

£877

-11.0%

-9.4%

London

£854

-5.4%

-10.0%

South East

£870

-9.9%

-8.1%

South West

£814

-9.4%

-6.0%