Liverpool-based procurement group has awarded spots on its Procure North West Lite and Services frameworks.
Interserve and NG Bailey are among the winners on two Procure North West Frameworks.
The Liverpool-based procurement group has awarded a host of companies spots on its services framework and a separate minor work framework called Procure North West Lite.
Interserve, T Clarke and NG Bailey were among the eight firms to land spots on the services framework.
All eight won spots on the five regional lots, which cover Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria.
It has been designed to allow public sector bodies across the region to procure and contract direct with regional mechanical and electrical installers.
Meanwhile, firms have also also landed spots on the £400m Procure North West Lite.
The framework has been established to support public-sector bodies to procure contractors to deliver minor projects and work tasks across the North West Region ranging in value from £50k to £1m.
Ten firms landed spots on the five-lot framework.
Earlier this year, Procure North West selected 20 contractors for its £2bn major building framework.
That framework was split into four value bands and covers Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria.
Five contractors secured places on the top lot for contracts worth £25m or more. These are Bam, Laing O’Rourke, McLaren Construction, Morgan Sindall and Willmott Dixon.
All of these firms bar McLaren were also among the eight contractors which won places on the framework’s second most valuable lot, covering jobs worth between £15m and £25m.
The four-year framework will cover public sector jobs including health care, education and council projects.