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EFA puts £95m modular schools framework up for grabs

The Education Funding Agency is seeking contractors for a £95m framework to design and build modular primary school elements in England.

The client published a notice in OJEU for the two-lot deal to deliver a standardised component solution to suit all primary school blocks.

Lot one is worth £45m and covers larger schemes, while lot two is valued at £50m and comprises smaller jobs.

There will be four schemes built initially through lot one with a combined value of £12m. 

An initial 12 schemes will be delivered through lot two, worth a total of £11m. 

One primary contractor and one reserve contractor are expected to be appointed to lot one, with two primary contractors and one reserve contractor set to be named on lot two.

Contractors must submit their bids for the framework by 8 March 2017.

Construction News revealed in July 2016 that Kier had won nearly 40 per cent of all contracts on the EFA’s Main Contractor’s Framework.

The contractor had won 54 of the 141 contracts procured through the framework at that point.

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