Winners confirmed for £4bn public sector framework
Bam, Galliford Try, Kier and Morgan Sindall among big winners on new southern England deal
The full list of contractors that have won places on a £4bn, four-year public sector procurement framework that covers southern England have been confirmed.
As first revealed by Building, Bam, Galliford Try, Kier, Morgan Sindall, Wates and Willmott Dixon are the big winners having won places on all three lots for the Southern Construction Framework, which covers the South-west, South-east and London.
The framework has been designed to replace the current southern regional framework agreements known as the Construction Framework South West (CFSW), iESE South East and London Construction Framework for Major Projects.
The framework is worth an estimated £800m-£1bn a year from October 2015 across the three regions and covers public projects worth in excess of £1m and up to £800m in the South-west, from £4m to £1.5bn in the South-east and £5m to £1.6bn in London.
At least half of the procurement projects are expected to be within education, with other public bodies such as the NHS and local councils also able to use the framework for future procurement.
Led by Hampshire County council, Devon County council and London's Haringey council, the framework will be open to any public body in southern England.