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Winners on £30bn framework revealed
31 Oct 2019 By Zak Garner-Purkis
The winning contractors have been revealed for the £30bn framework for the government’s central procurement arm.
The Crown Commercial Service's (CCS) framework will run for seven years and is the most valuable framework yet launched in the UK.
There are 128 suppliers named across 31 of 38 sub-lots awarded today. The CCS expects to award the remaining lots in due course.
The CCS said 57 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were among the winners.
Kier landed the highest number of places, securing 18 spots across its construction (11), services (four) and integrated services (three) divisions.
Total lots won
Kier Group 18
Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure 12
Interserve Construction 9
McLaughlin & Harvey 8
Amey Defence Services 7Bam Construction 7
Galliford Try Building 7
Tarmac Trading 7
Wates Construction 6
Morgan Sindall was second with 12; Interserve and Graham both bagged nine; and McLaughlin & Harvey secured eight.
Tarmac secured the largest number of high-value lots (seven), closely followed by Graham, McLaughlin & Harvey and Bam (all six).
Higher-value lots won
Tarmac Trading 7
McLaughlin & Harvey 6Bam Construction 6
Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure 5
Kier Construction 5
Interserve Construction 5
Galliford Try Building 4
Heron Bros 4
ISG Construction 4
The higher-value lots awarded so far cover general construction projects in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland worth £3m up to £80m.
Additional higher-value lots covering England will be awarded at a later date.
View the full list of winners on the attachment below.
The agreement has been established to reduce the number of frameworks operated by public bodies.
It will be the recommended route of procurement for all central government department jobs.
The framework uses alliancing contracts to ensure contractors, consultants and suppliers work collaboratively on projects.
The CCS claims framework contracts have been designed to encourage greater participation of SMEs.
The minister for implementation, Simon Hart, said: “This agreement will help public bodies across the country carry out the work needed to build much-needed new housing, as well as improve schools and hospital buildings.
“I know this will be welcomed by people up and down the country and I really look forward to seeing some of the incredible projects this agreement will help to facilitate.”