The four-year contract runs until July 2020 and is expected to be worth up to £600m over the term.
Lead client authority is Hampshire County Council.
There are four lots and the McAvoy Group is the only company to win a place on all four.
Lot 1 includes standard single and double classrooms for short to medium term use that will be purchased or hired, with the framework suppliers providing a full turnkey installation solution, including services.
Lot 2 comprises bespoke modular accommodation types for the short- to medium-term use and will be designed to client briefs.
Lot 3 includes bespoke permanent modular buildings with a design lifespan in excess 60 years, such as school extensions and multi-storey accommodation blocks. Values in this lot will range from £100,000 to £3m.
The fourth Lot has been specified as including bespoke permanent modular buildings valued at more than £3m+ with a design life in excess of 60 years.
Mini competitions will determine the outcome of each contract within the four lots.
The selected companies across the lots are:
- Actavo Building Solutions (UK)
- Ashby & Croft
- Caledonian Modular
- Elliott Group
- Extraspace Solutions (UK)
- Geoffrey Osborne
- Martin Reynolds Construction
- The McAvoy Group.
Tim Woodley, managing director of Rollalong, said: “The companies appointed to service this new adventure meet the strict council requirements of offering high quality, while providing competitive pricing.”
McAvoy Group managing director Eugene Lynch said: “McAvoy’s success on all four lots of the southern modular building solutions framework highlights the breadth and quality of our service offering to clients across a range of sectors, as well as our agility in responding effectively to a variety of client requirements.”