The BBC has completed the line-up of its revamped framework by announcing the names of three contractors signed up for building works and services deals.

Interserve Project Services, Mansell Construction Services and Overbury have been appointed to carry out small to medium-sized projects for the corporation.

The three beat off competition from five other construction companies, including Balfour Beatty Construction, Inviron, ISG InteriorExterior, John Sisk & Son and Kier Group.

The three firms will take over from the previous provider, Land Securities Trillium, on 1 July 2006.

Earlier this month, the BBC announced that QSs Currie & Brown and Cyril Sweett, architects Building Design Partnership and TP Bennett, project managers Dearle & Henderson and Capita Symonds, and engineers Jacobs and Faber Maunsell were all appointed to its new framework.

Previously, Land Securities Trillium was responsible for hiring consultants to work under it.

The structure of the framework means that the BBC will have greater control over the firms working for it.

In March last year, the BBC and Land Securities Trillium announced they would restructure their partnership, concentrating on completion of the schemes at Glasgow, Central London and other potential developments.