We are fully committed to the promotion of Partnering and Collaborative working with our Clients, Consultants and key Suppliers and fully support the goals of the Latham and Egan Reports on improving the UK Construction Industry. Indeed we believe we have always gone to work in a co-operative manner, working with our Clients to successfully deliver a quality project, on time and to budget.
Current Partnering Frameworks
Highways England – 2019-2023 Construction Works Framework (CWF) – Area 10 (Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and South Lancashire). One of 3 contractors awarded a CWF for each Lot 5 & 10 Framework to undertake approx. £50m worth of general civils and specialist drainage works over 4 years. Working in a collaborative team approach with other CWF community partners awarded Specialist Frameworks across the other 9 Specialist Lots in Area 10 to deliver £210m works projects.
Highways England – 2017-2021 Construction Works Framework (CWF) – Area 13 (Cumbria & Lancashire). One of 3 contractors awarded a CWF Lot 5a Framework to undertake approx. £60m worth of general civils work over 4 years. Working in a collaborative team approach with other community partners awarded Specialist Frameworks across the other 10 Lots in Area 13 to deliver works projects following joint Value Engineering and project development.
Manchester City Council – 2017 – 2021 Highways & Infrastructure Works Framework. Construction and D&C of Highways, Highway Structures, Bridges and Infrastructure works throughout Greater Manchester. The Frameworks can be used by all Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA), its associate members and Manchester Partners.
Environment Agency – 2018 – 2020 Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM) Operational Framework’, North Hub – Lot 1 Minor Civil Engineering Services. Early Contractor Involvement, Minor Civil Engineering Projects to £250k+ and Emergency/Incident Response. Lot 1 of the FCRM Framework covers the EA’s geographical areas of North East, Cumbria and Lancashire, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire.
Salford City Council – 2020 – 2021 Minor Civils Framework – Lot 2 highways and civil engineering works between £150k and £500k.
Cumbria County Council – 2020 – 2024 Capital Works Framework (CWF). Framework Partners deliver the Capital Works Programme (highways, structures, drainage, town centre improvements).
Blackpool Council – 2019 – 2021 Highways Surfacing & Civils Framework – Lot 2 General Civil Engineering. One of three contractors awarded the framework to undertake Highways and General Civil Engineering works
Crown Commercial Service – 2019 – 2026 Construction Works and Associated Services Framework Alliance Contract. Civil Engineering Works and Minor Associated Building Works and Services – England North.
Bolton Council –
2020 – 2024 Highways Framework Contract. General Civil Engineering to £750k (including: highways, drainage, flood prevention) and Bridges & Highway Structures to £2m.