Some 48 construction firms have won places on Pagabo’s civils and infrastructure framework.
The £1.56bn framework goes live on 1 June and includes Galliford Try, Sisk, Keltbray, Kier and Sir Robert McAlpine (see full list below).
The framework will run for four years until May 2026 with the option to extend for a further two years and 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.
Pagabo has appointed 48 core and reserve suppliers across the four framework lots, which cover value bands of up to £30m and above. This provides ample supplier choice for clients, with the geographical breakdown providing opportunities SMEs, alongside large organisations.
Pagabo managing director Jason Stapley said the framework provider is “really pleased” to see the framework go live “with a range of excellent suppliers, especially after such great interest and demand from the market”.
He said: “The framework, which is the first that Queen Elizabeth Facilities will be acting as the contracting authority for, will provide clients with that all-important confidence in the suppliers they choose for their projects.
“Whether it is tackling the impacts of the climate emergency through flood alleviation projects or working towards net zero targets through using alternative fuels or development greener travel infrastructure, this framework offering will make sure that the projects procured through it over the coming years are working towards tackling the climate crisis.”
The civils and infrastructure framework connects clients with contractors for all construction projects from £500,000 upwards.
In order to be considered for the framework, providers were required to go through a PCR2015 compliant tender process, and prove financial suitability and related experience. As well as this, Pagabo says providers on its frameworks are required to share the company’s passion for social value and innovation.
The 48 companies that have been awarded a place on the new framework are:
- ACS Civils
- Alun Griffiths (Contractors)
- Amalgamated Construction (trading as AmcoGiffen)
- Associated Asphalt Constructing
- Bethell Construction
- Britannia Construction
- Buckingham Group Contracting
- Clancy Docwra
- CR Reynolds
- Danaher & Walsh (Civil Engineering)
- Eric Wright Civil Engineering
- Esh Construction
- Fox Building and Engineering
- FP McCann
- Galliford Try Construction
- Howard Civil Engineering
- J Hopkins (Contractors)
- Jackson Civil Engineering Group
- JN Bentley
- John Graham Construction
- John Sisk and Son (Holdings)
- Jones Bros Ruthin (Holdings)
- Keltbray Built Environment
- Kier Infrastructure & Overseas
- Lagan Aviation & Infrastructure
- Lowry Building & Civil Engineering
- McLaughlin & Harvey
- McPhillips (Wellington)
- Meldrum Construction Services Group
- Mildren Construction
- Milestone Infrastructure
- Montel Civil Engineering
- Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure
- O’Brien Contractors
- Osborne Infrastructure
- P. O’Connor Group
- PBS Construction
- RJ McLeod (Contractors)
- Sir Robert McAlpine
- Spencer Group
- The Casey Group
- Vinci Construction UK
- Whitehouse Construction Co
- Whitemountain Quarries
- Winvic Construction