Public Sector Property

24.04.15

Winners of £4bn London public sector construction framework announced

Twenty-five building contractors have been included in the £4bn housing and general building framework for public sector organisations across all London boroughs.

The London Construction Programme’s Major Works Construction Framework Agreement covers five sub-regions of London and will be open to all 33 London authorities. 

It will also be available to public sector organisations, including police, fire, NHS trusts and social landlords.

The big winners were Keepmoat and Lakehouse who dominated the key lots for both housing new-build/repairs and the other public building works categories.

Higgins, Kier, Mace, Osborne, Wates and Willmott Dixon have all featured on the largest general building package lots for the London Construction Programme Major Projects framework.

The framework is expected to run until April 2019 and is estimated to facilitate the procurement of approximately £1bn per annum of major construction works across education, leisure, care, health and housing.

Works that can be tendered through the framework range between £100,000 and £999,999, £1m and £4.99m, and £5m-plus, with separate lots in each band for housing and education.

(Image source: Rui Vieira)

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