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North Yorkshire County Council picks winners for £600m civils and carriageway frameworks

Contractors have been picked for three frameworks that could be worth more than £600m.

North Yorkshire County Council has appointed 13 contractors, from 44 bidders, to its civil engineering framework, worth up to £400m over four years.

Those picked include CN100 contractors Balfour Beatty and Clugston, as well as regional players and SMEs.

Much of the work relates to the maintenance and improvement of the County’s highway and bridge network.

It has appointed nine firms to its carriageway planning and surfacing framework, including Colas and Galliford Try, worth up to £200m for two years, with the option to extend for another two years.

The council has also confirmed seven painting contractors for a £7m framework over four years.

More than 90 companies had attended a bidders day for the frameworks.

A total of 44 companies submitted a bid for the civil engineering framework, with 13 eventually appointed.

Its civil engineering framework has six lots, accounting for geographical coverage and financial scope, while the carriageway deal has four lots.

Both the painting and civil engineering frameworks were evaluated 60:40 on quality and price, with the carriageway framework 70:30 in favour of price.

Contractors will be subject to five key performance indicators: Quotation return rate; payment to subcontractors; client satisfaction; public satisfaction; and employment & skills.

A spokesman said: ”As members of the Yorkshire Highways Alliance, we collaborated with a number of authorities and there are lots specifically for Kirklees, Bradford, Calderdale, Leeds, Wakefield and also York [all of whom] have access to the services of the suppliers to the CECF & PCF.

“The alliance isn’t just about procurement and hopefully this collaborative approach will result in further benefits such as matters relating to asset management.”

He added: ”All of the projects will be delivered under NEC3 Conditions and we have introduced a contract management suite that can be used by both client and contractors. Hopefully this approach benefits everybody and removes costs.”



Applebridge Construction 

Balvac Ltd (Balfour Beatty)

Balfour Beatty

CR Reynolds 

Clugston Construction 

Coffey Construction 

Esh Construction 

Farrans Construction, trading as a division of Northstone (NI) Ltd

Fox (Owmby) 

Fox Building & Engineering

Hall Construction Services 

Hinko Construction

PBS Construction (North East) 


CR Reynolds 

Cemex UK Operations


Galliford Try Infrastructure

Hanson Quarry Products Europe Ltd, trading as Hanson Asphalt & Contracting

Rainton Construction 

Ringway Infrastructure Services 

Tarmac Trading 

Thomas Bow 


Alfred Bagnall & Sons

CR Reynolds

Eric Wright Civil Engineering 

Industrial Coating Services 

Pyeroy Ltd (Wood Group)

RLP Painting Contractors

Taziker Industrial 

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