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Hampshire County Council names 11 contractors on £600m Southern Modular Building framework

Eleven contractors have secured places on Hampshire County Council’s £600m Southern Modular Building framework.

Actavo Building Solutions, Ashby & Croft, Caledonian Modular, Elliott Group, Extraspace Solutions (UK), Martin Reynolds Construction, Module-AR, Osborne, Portakabin, Rollalong and the McAvoy Group have been appointed to the framework.

Contractors will provide modular buildings for short, medium and permanent-term accommodation as well as schools and education facilities.

The framework is divided into four lots.

Actavo, Ashby & Croft, Elliott, Martin Reynolds, McAvoy and Rollalong have been appointed to Lot 1, which includes short to medium-term standard-sized modular classrooms.

Ashby & Croft, Martin Reynolds, McAvoy and Rollalong have been appointed to Lot 2 for short to medium-term ‘bespoke’ modular buildings.

Actavo, Caledonian Modular, Elliott, Extraspace, McAvoy, Module-AR, Osborne, Portakabin and Rollalong have been appointed to Lot 3, which includes permanent modular buildings ranging from £100k-£3m.

Caledonian Modular, Extraspace, McAvoy, Osborne and Portakabin have been appointed to Lot 4, which includes permanent modular buildings valued at more than £3m.

This is the latest procurement that Hampshire County Council has undertaken.

The council, along with Basingstoke and Dean Council, is also looking to appoint a joint venture partner for an 8,000-home scheme that could be worth as much as £1.6bn.

The development partner is expected to be appointed in June 2017. 

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