The most lucrative is likely to be a further extension of its framework with the Environment Agency to manage part of its flood defence, waterways and water resources capital works programme in England and Wales.
As one of six contractors in this framework, Galliford Try expects to secure approximately £30m worth of work during the extension which will last until March 2013. Galliford Try was initially appointed to the framework in May 2007. Three schemes are currently on site at Wakefield, Wigan and Banbury.
It expects a further £20m of work from its appointment to two highway maintenance contracts over a four year term. The first consists of three framework lots of re-surfacing, traffic management and carriageway markings work for an existing client, East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The second contract is for a new client, Stoke-on-Trent City Council, and covers highway maintenance minor works to carriageways, footways and structures.
Finally, Galliford Try is one of numerous contractors in line for a share of £300m of work, having been picked by London-based housing association A2 Dominion for a new four-year framework agreement. Galliford Try is one of 14 contractors for projects in the £5-£10m bracket and one of nine contractors for projects worth £10m and upwards.