£1.6bn LHC public building framework winners

£1.6bn LHC public building framework winners

Phil Puccio

The new generation Public Buildings Construction and Infrastructure (PB3) framework from LHC has been widened in scope from schools buildings to also include construction and refurbishment of healthcare, emergency service and community buildings.

It can also be used for residential properties within mixed-use developments, student accommodation, conversion of commercial building for residential use, and can include associated infrastructure works.

Big names like Kier, Galliford Try, Morgan Sindall, Vinci and Willmott Dixon as well as regional players like Esh and Robertson retained their places.

Winning firms
  • Alcema
  • Aura Newcastle
  • Balfour Beatty Construction
  • BAM Construction
  • Bancon Construction
  • Baxall Construction
  • EW Beard
  • Beardwell Construction
  • BMR Construction
  • Britcon (UK)
  • Borras Construction
  • C G Fry and Son
  • Clark Contracts
  • Compass Building
  • Conamar Building Services
  • Esh Construction
  • Eric Wright Construction
  • Farrans Construction
  • Galliford Try Construction
  • GHI Contracts
  • Hadden Construction
  • Halsall Construction
  • Henry Brothers
  • Tilbury Douglas Construction
  • J Greenwood (Builders)
  • JJ Rhatigan & Co (UK)
  • Kier Construction
  • Krol Corlett Construction
  • M & J Group (Construction & Roofing)
  • Manchester and Cheshire Construction Co
  • Maxi Construction
  • Modulek
  • Morgan Sindall
  • Mulalley and Company
  • Neilcott Construction
  • Obedair
  • R G Carter Cambridge
  • R L Davies & Son
  • Read Construction
  • Robertson Construction 
  • Seddon Construction
  • Stepnell
  • T&B Contractors
  • Tolent Construction
  • Vinci Construction UK
  • Willmott Dixon Construction

The framework is worth up to £750m in England, £750m in Scotland and £100m in Wales.

Dean Fazackerley, head of technical procurement at LHC, said: “Building on the success of our previous Schools and Community Buildings framework, we’ve broadened the scope of PB3 to allow local authorities to easily source quality contractors that will also help them to achieve low energy and zero carbon buildings and infrastructure projects.

“We’re pleased to have a range of regional and national contractors appointed to the framework, and with over 40% of the appointed companies being classed as an SME.’’

The framework has four workstreams covering: new build only; refurbishment only; new build and refurbishment; and new build, refurbishment and infrastructure for projects at three different value bands.


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