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Balfour, Interserve among South-west framework winners

Balfour Beatty and Interserve are among the main winners for a framework with Cornwall council that could be worth up to £1bn.

A total of 22 contractors have won places on the framework, worth an initial £50m over four years, which could be extended to dozens of other councils across the South-west.

The work involves civils and construction projects which could include schools, offices, car parks and access roads.

A further 39 local authorities including Somerset County Council, Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust and Devon and Cornwall Police Authority could access the framework in future.

The four lots are:

Construction works worth up to £1m:

DR Jones, Four Cornwall LLP, Gilbert & Goode, Pearce Construction (Barnstaple), RR Richardson, Ryearch, Shaylor Group Plc, TEC Construction

Construction Works worth more than £1m:

BAM Construction, Interserve Construction, Kier Construction, Mansell Construction Services, Midas Construction.

Civil Engineering Works worth up to £1m:

Aggregate Industries UK, Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering, Cormac, Dawnus Construction, Dyer & Butler, Ryearch, South West Highways, WBM Groundworks.

Civil Engineering Works worth more than £1m:

Bam Nuttall, Cormac, Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering, Interserve Construction, Raymond Brown Construction, South West Highways.

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