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Winners named for £1bn northwest framework

2 Sep The North West Construction Hub, a Manchester-based public sector procurement service, has named the firms selected for its medium value construction framework.

North West Construction Hub is operated by Manchester City Council
North West Construction Hub is operated by Manchester City Council

The framework has an estimated total value of £1bn. It is broken down into five county lots for projects valued between £2m and £5m, plus a sixth lot for the whole region for projects up to £10m.

The framework runs for three years, with the option of a one-year extension.

Since the North West Construction Hub was set up in 2009, it has been used by 103 organisations to procure 372 projects with a combined value of more than £1.9bn.

The successful contractors for its medium value construction framework are:

Lot 1 Cumbria (£2m – £5m)

  • Conlon Construction
  • Engie Regeneration
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • Robertson Construction Group
  • The Casey Group
  • Wates Construction
  • Warden Construction

Lot 2 Lancashire (£2m – £5m)

  • Conlon Construction
  • Engie Regeneration
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • ISG Construction
  • Robertson Construction Group
  • Warden Construction
  • Wates Construction

Lot 3 Greater Manchester (£2m – £5m)

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  • Conlon Construction
  • Engie Regeneration
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • ISG Construction
  • Kier Construction
  • Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure
  • Robertson Construction Group
  • Warden Construction
  • Wates Construction

 Lot 4 Merseyside (£2m – £5m)

  • Conlon Construction
  • Engie Regeneration
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • ISG Construction
  • Kier Construction
  • Roberston Construction Group
  • Warden Construction
  • Wates Construction
  • Lot 5 Cheshire (£2m – £5m)
  • Engie Regeneration
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • ISG Construction
  • Kier Construction
  • Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure
  • Robertson Construction Group
  • Warden Construction
  • Wates Construction

Lot 6 North West (£5,000,001 – £10m)

  • Engie Regeneration
  • Galliford Try Building
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • ISG Construction
  • Kier Construction
  • Laing O’Rourke Construction
  • Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure
  • Wates Construction

Peter Commins, managing director of Kier Regional Building North West, said: “Frameworks are hugely important for the Kier Regional Building business and I am pleased that we have been appointed to four lots of this integral northwest framework. We look forward to continuing to deliver projects under this framework and delivering high quality construction projects for the communities we work in.

“The framework provides a great route for procurement for clients in the northwest and Kier has previously delivered 31 projects under NWCH frameworks, including Heron House office refurbishment and FA Parklife.”

Kier, along with Conlon, Eric Wright, Wates, Laing O'Rourke, and ISG are on NWCH’s high value framework, which went live in January, along with Balfour Beatty, Bouygues, Bowmer & Kirkland, John Graham, Seddon and Vinci. [See our previous report here.]

Meanwhile, North West Construction Hub has also now gone out to tender for the third iteration of the Low Value Framework. This will be used by public authorities to procure contractors for projects valued at between £500,000 and £3m. Up to nine contractors are wanted for the framework and total value is estimated at between £70m and £120m over the three-year term.

Expressions of interest must be submitted via www.the-chest.org.uk by 9th September 2019.

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