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Winners revealed for £250m police station framework

A dozen contractors have won places on a £250m framework covering building works and refurbishments across London police stations.

Baxall, Graham, Overbury, Wates and Willmott Dixon all landed places on the highest-value lot for the framework, which covers work on Metropolitan Police Service buildings over the next four years.

Works will include demolition of existing buildings, fit-outs, refurbishments, alterations and extensions, as well as featuring design-and-build opportunities.

The framework will be split into three lots, with the highest value package expected to provide work totalling £130m over the next four years.

Access to the framework will also be given to some of the South-east’s other police forces, including Kent, Essex and Thames Valley, as well as London Fire and Emergency.

The framework award comes as the mayor’s office attempts to reduce the size and cost of the Metropolitan Police’s estate as part of a drive to save £400m by 2021.

Much of the funds for the new building work will come from the £170m of capital raised by the closing down of a number of front counters at police stations across the capital.

Lot 1 Projects below 500,000 (value: £86m)

  • Axis Group
  • Coniston
  • Fortem
  • SW Bruce
  • T&B Contractors
  • Vinci
  • Wates Living

Lot 2 Projects between £2.5m to £5m (value: £32m)

  • Baxall
  • Lakehouse
  • Overbury
  • Willmott Dixon

Lot 3 Projects between £5m and £10m (value: £130m)

  • Baxall
  • Graham Construction
  • Lakehouse
  • Overbury
  • Willmott Dixon

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