Procure Partnerships has revealed the successful contractors on its £2.5bn minor works framework across ten regions in England and Wales

39 companies have won places on the minor works framework.

Seddon, Vinci Facilities, Conamar and Interserve Construction are among the most successful winners across the lots.

The framework has been divided into two value bands, £50,000 to £1m and £1m to £4m. It will create a £2.5bn work pipeline over the next four years.

The minor works framework can also be accessed by local authorities, NHS Trusts, universities, blue light and housing providers.

Minor works framework winners:

  • Amcm Construction
  • BAM Facilities
  • Beard Construction
  • Burmor Construction
  • Carmel Crest Construction
  • Casey Group
  • City Build Construction
  • Code Building Solutions Ltd
  • Compass Developments
  • Conamar Construction
  • Cosmur Construction
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Esh Construction
  • Etec Construction
  • Gelder Construction
  • GL Property
  • Hankinson Construction
  • Harper Group
  • Integral Construction
  • Interserve Construction
  • Jarram Falkus Construction
  • Mac Group
  • Midas Group
  • Morris and Spotiswood Construction
  • Neilcott Construction
  • Parkinson Construction
  • Robertson Construction
  • Seddon Construction
  • SEH French Construction
  • Sewell Group
  • Simpson York Construction
  • Speller Metcalfe Construction
  • Stepnell Construction
  • Sweet Construct
  • T Clarke Group
  • TCL Group
  • Thomas Sinden Construction
  • Vinci Facilities
  • Wooler Construction

Framework director, Robbie Blackhurst, said: “We are delighted to launch the Procure Partnerships (National Minor Works) Framework across England and Wales.

“Contractors were asked to outline their relevant experience of successfully delivering projects in collaboration with local authorities, NHS Trusts, universities, blue light, and housing providers as part of the tender process.

“The standard of tenders was extremely high and we are confident that we have the best fit minor works contractor partners to deliver public sector projects within each sub-region.”

Blackhurst added: “We wanted to provide a framework that afforded public sector clients with flexibility whist remaining within the law of compliance which has been achieved through the structure of the framework.

“The framework is not even 24 hours old and we have already began to procure our first sub £4m projects through it, which reflects the market need for a strong minor works framework, with local contractors across England and Wales.

“The addition of the Procure Partnerships Minor Works Framework to the previously procured Major Works framework means that we can now offer public sector bodies a one-stop-shop to compliantly procure contractors to deliver their projects ranging from as little as £50k right up to £100m plus.”

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