Pagabo names £1.6bn civils framework winners

Buckingham Group, Kier, Galliford Try, Graham, John Sisk and Sir Robert McAlpine are among those making the pool selected civils contractors.

The firms are spread across four framework lots, which cover value bands of up to £30m and above.

Pagabo civils and infrastructure winners
ACS Civils Keltbray Built Environment
Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Kier Infrastructure & Overseas
AmcoGiffen Lagan Aviation & Infrastructure
Associated Asphalt Constructing Lowry Building & Civil Engineering
Bethell Construction McLaughlin & Harvey
Britannia Construction McPhillips (Wellington)
Buckingham Group Contracting Meldrum Construction Services
Clancy Docwra Mildren Construction
Colas Milestone Infrastructure
CR Reynolds Montel Civil Engineering
Danaher & Walsh Morgan Sindall Construction
DAWSON-WAM O’Brien Contractors
Eric Wright Civil Engineering Osborne Infrastructure
Esh Construction P. P. O’Connor Group
Fox Building and Engineering PBS Construction
FP McCann RJ McLeod (Contractors)
Galliford Try Construction Sir Robert McAlpine
Howard Civil Engineering Spencer Group
J Hopkins (Contractors) The Casey Group
Jackson Civil Engineering Group Vinci Construction UK
JN Bentley VolkerFitzpatrick
John Graham Construction Whitehouse Construction Co.
John Sisk and Son Whitemountain Quarries
Jones Bros Ruthin Winvic Construction

The new framework will run for four years and goes live in June with the option to extend for a further two years.

It will allow local authorities and public sector bodies to procure a range of projects such as rail, nuclear, bridges, roads, maritime, telecommunications, water, and alternative power projects.

Jason Stapley, managing director at Pagabo, said: “We’re really pleased to see our new civils and infrastructure framework go live with a range of excellent suppliers, especially after such great interest and demand from the market. The framework, which is the first that Queen Elizabeth Facilities Ltd will be acting as the contracting authority for, will provide clients with that all-important confidence in the suppliers they choose for their projects.”

Value bands

  • Lot 1 £500,000 to £5m – total value: £75m
  • Lot 2 £5m to £15m – value: £235m
  • Lot 3 £15m to £30m – value: £390m
  • Lot 4 Above £30m – value: £860m

Each lot and each region include spots for up to six regional and national firms, along with three reserve contractors.

 

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