Clugston Construction, part of the £140 million privately owned Group, has been awarded a place on the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) Civil Engineering Framework worth as much as £1.5bn over four years.
The framework, which will be delivered by the company’s North East office, will see Clugston Construction appointed for infrastructure works under £1m and over £5m, highways works between £1m and £5m and public realm works over £1m.
Clugston Construction is among a selection of firms to feature highly across six work categories covering infrastructure projects, highways, highways structures, coastal, drainage and public realm works with NEPO estimating spend of £900m-1.5bn.
The framework win comes in a successful period for the North East office, who have also been selected for the North Yorkshire County Council Civils Framework which runs from May 2016-April 2020.
Clugston’s North East office has been chosen for civils works between £250,000 and £1m within York and North Yorkshire, as well as all civils work between £1m and £5m for North Yorkshire, Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, Wakefield and York.
Commenting on the success, Andy Mackintosh, Clugston Construction’s Regional Manager for the North East said: “We are delighted to have been awarded places on both the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) Civil Engineering Framework and North Yorkshire County Council Civils Framework. We have developed a strong presence in the North East and we hope these frameworks will add further value to our work in the region and beyond.”
Clugston’s North East office has enjoyed considerable success in such frameworks, having also been awarded The University of Sunderland Contractors Framework and the Yorbuild2 Framework for education projects between £4m and £10m, and over £10m in March 2016.
YORbuild2 is now one of the largest public sector procurement vehicles for new build, refurbishment and design & build construction projects in the Yorkshire and Humber regions – covering projects within Yorkshire, Humber, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.