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Winners named for £500m North Wales framework

23 May 19 The North Wales Construction Partnership, a local authority consortium led by Denbighshire County Council, has selected 18 contractors to be part of a £500m construction framework.

This is the second iteration of a framework that gives six North Wales councils ready selected contractors for new school buildings and other public sector projects.

The first phase of the framework saw more than £270m-worth of projects built, with 80% of supply chain spending coming from within a 30 mile radius of the projects.

This time, 10 of the 18 companies chosen are based in North Wales.

The selected companies are:

Lot 1: East Wales and West Wales, value band £250,000 to £999 999

  • RL Davies & Son
  • K&C Construction
  • Garnett-Hughes Developments
  • Gareth Morris Construction
  • TG Williams Builders
  • OBR Construction
  • NWPS Construction
  • Williams Homes (BALA)
  • MPH Construction
  • TIR Construction  (Lot 1 West only)

Lot 2: £1m to £2m

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  • MPH Construction
  • RL Davies & Son
  • K&C Construction
  • Wynne Construction
  • Read Construction Holdings
  • Gareth Morris Construction
  • NWPS Construction
  • Williams Homes (BALA)

Lot 3: £2m to £5.5m

  • Wynne Construction
  • RL Davies & Son
  • Read Construction Holdings
  • Seddon Construction
  • WRW Construction
  • K&C Construction

Lot 4: £5.5m to £10m

  • Wynne Construction
  • Read Construction Holdings
  • WRW Construction
  • Seddon Construction

Lot 5: £10m +

  • Kier Construction
  • Wates Construction
  • Galliford Try
  • Willmott Dixon Construction

Gary Williams, Denbighshire County Council’s head of Legal, HR, & democratic services, said: “This framework will have a positive impact in North Wales by creating new facilities for public use, including new schools, which will create jobs in the construction sector, improve educational attainment, provide opportunity for community involvement and engagement and help promote vibrant culture and the Welsh language.

“The framework places importance on delivering the greatest benefit from the investment made ensuring there is a positive impact on local communities.

“This framework ensures that local businesses, where possible, benefit from the investment being made in North Wales.”

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