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£500m southern highways framework up for renewal

The council is the lead procurement body for the framework, which will come into force at the start of next year, and could see a spend of up to £500m over the four-year term.

Among incumbent contractors set to fight to retain places are: Dyer and Butler; Eurovia UK; Farrans; Jackson Civil Engineering; Graham;  Kier; Knights Brown Construction and R&W Civil Engineering.

The lotting structure has been split by value to allow smaller firms to take part for jobs of up to £350,000 while also including a major project lot across the region for projects up to £25m

Lotting structure

– Lot 1 for projects up to £350k
– Lot 2 South East (England) for projects up to £5m
– Lot 2 South West (England) for projects up to £5m
– Lot 3 overlap for projects £4m-£25 million
– Lot 4 £20m-£175m projects

Firms need to return tender documents by 3 July.

Click here to express an interest in bidding.