Construction Framework South West is taking shape after 11 contractors secured places on the agreement.

The £1 billion contract will cover projects valued over £1 million with some even going as high as £30 million. It represents a significant achievement for some of the companies listed and sees a few new faces in this year's shortlist. Willmott Dixon has gained a spot on the framework for the first time after being selected to be on the regional improvement and efficiency partnership agreement.

Among the other companies includes some familiar faces such as BAM Construction, Interserve, ISG, Builders Consortium South West and Kier while JB Leadbitter, Morgan Sindall, Wates, Mansell and Midas Construction make up the rest of the list. The Builders Consortium South West is made up of a number of different firms and led by ERH Group.

The organisation has sung the praises of the work carried out by its partners to gain a spot on the Construction Framework South West. The consortium has a long history of delivering high quality finished structures and hopes it can bring these expertise to the work which will be carried on the framework in the near future.

Denise O'Leary, communications director for the consortium and marketing director for ERH Group, said: “We believe the combination of our four companies delivers an unrivalled level of regional experience and securing a place on the Construction Framework South West for the second time is a boost for the communities around these businesses and the local supply chain we all need to fulfil our contracts.”

Construction Framework South West was originally drawn up in August 2009 under the banner of the National Improvement and Efficiency Partnership. It deals with providing highly efficient and effective building procurement vehicle. This system allows the firms involved to undertake a large volume of public construction in the south-west of England.

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