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Bam Construct and Carillion lock horns for North-west schools

Bam Construct and Carillion have been shortlisted to contest the first batch of North-west schools under the £400m capitally funded part of the £2.4 billion Priority School Building Programme.

CN understands that the two contractors will fight it out for the contract, which is the first of two to be awarded for the north-west region. A winner is expected to be announced in April.

The work covers schools to be built in Blackpool, Cheshire West, Halton, Manchester and Tameside.

The second north-west contract will relate to Liverpool, St Helens and Wirral.

Local authorities in batches:

North-east: Durham, East Riding, Gateshead, Sheffield, Stockton, Sunderland

Midlands 1: Coventry

London: Barnet, Greenwich, Lambeth, Newham. Waltham Forest

North-west 1: Blackpool, Cheshire West, Halton, Manchester, Tameside

South: Devon, Isle of Wight, Kent, Poole, Southampton

East: Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire

Midlands 2: Birmingham, Derby, Nottinghamshire

North-west 2: Liverpool, St Helens, Wirral

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