Balfour Beatty, ISG, Vinci and Lend Lease among the big winners

Balfour Beatty, ISG, Vinci and Lend Lease are among the big winners on a six-year £1bn framework for the Ministry of Justice.

All four contractors won places on three out of four lots of the framework, which covers new build and refurbishment work across the MoJ’s entire estate.

The national framework covers projects worth more than £10m, while the north, south and east frameworks cover projects worth between £150,000 and £10m.

The full list of winners are –

  • National – Balfour Beatty, Interserve, ISG, Lend Lease, Kier, Vinci
  • South – Balfour Beatty, Interserve, ISG, Lend Lease, Vinci
  • East – Balfour Beatty, Lend Lease, Shaylor Group, Shepherd, Vinci
  • North – Henry Boot, ISG, Kier; Miller, Vinci

The framework encompasses new build, alterations, refurbishment and maintenance work across the MoJ’s prison estates, court estates, probation service and tribunals.

Managing Director of Interserve Building, Ian Renhard said: ”These appointments build on our twenty-year track record as a leading provider of services in the justice sector.

“We are looking forward to continuing our collaboration with the Ministry of Justice under this Strategic Alliance Agreement.”

Craig Tatton, managing director of ISG’s construction division, said: “Over the course of the previous MoJ framework, ISG established itself as a leading exponent of lean construction and embraced innovative off-site solutions to maximise efficiencies, with this experience and expertise then shared amongst framework partners.

“Our appointment to this next generation framework further recognises ISG’s ability to deliver quality construction solutions at the very highest levels, both at a national scale and within a regional context.”