Revealed: Winners of Yorkshire frameworks worth £600m

Revealed: Winners of Yorkshire frameworks worth £600m

North Yorkshire County Council has appointed 13 contractors to its civil engineering framework, worth up to £400m over four years.

Those picked include CN100 contractors Balfour Beatty and Clugston as well as regional players and SMEs.

It has appointed nine firms to its carriageway planning and surfacing framework, including Colas and Galliford Try, worth up to £200m for two years, with the option to extend for another two years.

The council has also confirmed seven painting contractors for a £7m framework over four years.

Its civil engineering framework has six lots, accounting for geographical coverage and financial scope, while the carriageway deal has four lots.

It is understood contractors will be subject to KPIs including commitments to apprenticeships, and other authorities will be encouraged to use the framework.

Winners:

CECF2016: 

Applebridge Construction 

Balvac Ltd (Balfour Beatty)

Balfour Beatty

C R Reynolds 

Clugston Construction 

Coffey Construction 

Esh Construction 

Farrans Construction Trading as a division of Northstone (NI) Limited

Fox (Owmby) 

Fox Building & Engineering

Hall Construction Services 

Hinko Construction

PBS Construction (North East) 

CPSCF2016: 

C R Reynolds 

Cemex UK Operations

Colas 

Galliford Try Infrastructure

Hanson Quarry Products Europe Ltd T/A Hanson Asphalt & Contracting

Rainton Construction 

Ringway Infrastructure Services 

Tarmac Trading 

Thomas Bow 

PCF2016:

Alfred Bagnall & Sons

C R Reynolds

Eric Wright Civil Engineering 

Industrial Coating Services 

Pyeroy Ltd (Wood Group)

RLP Painting Contractors

Taziker Industrial 

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