Three construction companies have been chosen by Renfrewshire Council for its Community Infrastructure Programme framework.
BAM Construction, Bovis Lend Lease, and DC Community Partnerships (a consortium consisting of Dawn Construction, CBC, and Hochtief) won places on the four-year framework, which could be worth up to £350m.
The work covers refurbishment and new build across the council's education, leisure, civic, historic, and community buildings.
The first four contracts to be delivered under the framework agreement are:
- a community sports hub at Johnstone High School, worth £6m;
- a community sports hub at Linwood, worth £23m;
- a community sports hub at the Lagoon Leisure Centre, Paisley, which includes the refurbishment of the former ice arena and pool and co-located social care facilities, worth £6m; and
- a new build Park Mains High School, worth £30m.
BAM Construction will deliver each of the four contracts.