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Carillion, Kier and Colas among £384m Yorkshire civils winners

Carillion, Aggregate Industries and Henry Boot are among the big winners on the £384m YORCivils framework for south and west Yorkshire.

Construction News can reveal that more than 20 contractors have been appointed to the framework, with Amey, Kier, Colas and Jackson Civil Engineering among the other big names.

There are ten lots for the four-year framework (see below), of which the biggest are Lot 3 for civils works worth more than £1m and and Lot 5 for surfacing works, both of which are worth up to £20m annually.

Bouygues subsidiary Colas has been appointed to six lots, while Aggregate Industries, Carillion and Jackson Civil Engineering are among the contractors to make it onto four lots.

Full list of winners:

Lot 1 - civil works below £1m (south) worth up to £6m/year:

Carillion; Colas; Esh Group; Hall Construction; Henry Boot; Jackson Civil Engineering; J N Bentley; North Midland Construction; Whitehouse Construction

Lot 2 - civil works below £1m (west) worth up to £6m/year

Aggregate Industries; Carillion; Colas; Esh Group; Hall Construction; Henry Boot; Jackson Civil Engineering; J N Bentley; North Midland Construction; Whitehouse Construction

Lot 3 - civil works above £1m (south and west) worth up to £20m/year

Carillion; Esh group; Henry Boot; Jackson Civil Engineering; J N Bentley; Kier; North Midland Construction; Whitehouse Construction

Lot 4 - bridges / structures (south and west) worth up to £6m/year

A E Yates; Aggregate Ind; Concrete Repairs; Esh Group; Jackson civil engineering; J N Bentley; Kier; North Midland Construction; Whitehouse Construction

Lot 5 - surfacing works (south and west) worth up to £20m/year

Aggregate Ind; Britcon; Cemex UK; Colas; Derek Lewis; Hall Construction; Tarmac

Lot 6 - traffic management works (south and west) up to £800k/year

Aggregate Ind; Carillion; Chevron Traffic Management; Colas; HW Martin Traffic Management

Lot 7- road marking works (south and west)  worth up to £1.2m/year

Colas; Euromark GB; Hall Construction; SAS Lining Services; WJ Roadmarkings

Lot 8 - barrier repair works (south) worth up to £1m/year

Hall Construction; HW Martin Safety Fencing; Ringway Infrastructure Services; Tarmac

Lot 9 - barrier repair works (west) worth up to £1m/year

Hall Construction; HW Martin Safety Fencing; Ringway Infrastructure Services; Tarmac

Lot 10 - street lighting works (south and west) worth up to £2m/year

Amey GB; Colas; David Webster

Construction News revealed the winners on East Riding of Yorkshire council’s YorCivils framework in August, with Interserve, Kier and Balfour Beatty among those named on a four-year framework worth £129 million.

The framework has been established to provide local authorities with access to preferred contractors to carry out highways and civil engineering works.

The 10 categories of work within the framework are: civil works below £1m, civil works above £1m, bridges and structure works, surfacing works, traffic management works, road marking works, barrier repair works and street lighting.

The framework will run for four years with the option of a two-year extension and is being led by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council along with authorities in Leeds, Bradford, Calderdale, Wakefield, Kirklees, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield.

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