YORbuild deal will run until April 2024
Eight firms including Kier and Galliford Try have won places on YORbuild’s major works framework deal which will carry out £1.5bn of capital projects over the next four years.
The framework is divided into two lots for projects of £10m-£30m in value and projects over £30m.
All eight have won places on lot 1, expected to be worth £600m, while six firms – those on lot 1 minus Bowmer & Kirkland and Willmott Dixon – have won spots on the second lot worth £900m.
Firms which failed to retain spots on the existing framework included ISG and Balfour Beatty.
The new framework covers the Yorkshire and Humber region, North East England, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
It can be used as a procurement route by any public sector organisation in these areas and will cover new build and refurbishment works.
The deal runs until April 2024, with an option to extend for a further two years.
YORbuild framework winners
Lot 1 (£10m-£30m)
Bowmer & Kirkland
Lot 2 (£30m+)