Colas, Graham and NMCN are among the winners on Liverpool City Council’s new £280m highways planned works framework.
The four-year contract will deliver the majority of highways schemes in the period.
It has three lots for work of values up to £500,000, between £250,000 and £6m, and £5m-£12m.
Colas won a place on all three lots on the scheme. Chief executive Carl Fergusson said: “Colas was awarded the Framework placement through recognition of a clear intention to promote local employment, through the self-delivery of works and active promotion and mentoring of local SME contractors.”
The framework is open to all six local authorities in the Liverpool city region.
Lot 1 Winners
Huyton Asphalt, Dyer and Butler, King Construction, Dowhigh, Aggregate Industries, Colas
Lot 2 Winners
Huyton Asphalt, NMC, Colas, Tarmac, John Graham, King Construction, Dowhigh
Lot 3 Winners
Huyton Asphalt, NMCN, Colas, King Construction, Dowhigh, John Graham
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