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Dawnus and Seddon among winners on £45m building framework

Big names including Dawnus, Henry Boot and Seddon are among the winners on a £45m building framework in Greater Manchester.

Stockport Council, which is leading on the framework’s procurement, has picked 25 firms for general construction work, design-and-build projects and roofing works across the city.

The framework is open to a number of Greater Manchester authorities, including Oldham Council, Rochdale Metropolitan Council, Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) and Trafford Council.

SMEs that have secured a place on the framework include Blackpool-based F Parkinson, Kaberry Construction and McGoff & Byrne (see box).

Overall, the council received 61 tenders for the framework, including 55 from SMEs. The deal is expected to run until 2019.

Stockport Council building framework: Full list of winners

  • A Connolly
  • Allied Roofing
  • Avonside Roofing
  • Dawnus Construction
  • Designed Roof Systems
  • F Parkinson
  • H Bell & Sons
  • Harry Fairclough Construction
  • Henry Boot Construction
  • J Greenwood (Builders)
  • Kaberry Construction
  • Keepmoat Regeneration
  • Liquid Roofing
  • M&J Group
  • Mac Roofing and Contracting
  • Manchester & Cheshire Construction
  • McGoff & Byrne
  • PLP Construction
  • R Walker & Sons
  • Schofield and Sons
  • Seddon Construction
  • Strategic Team Group
  • Thomas Kershaw Builders
  • Truline Construction & Interior Services
  • Warden Construction

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