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Defence estate framework shortlist published

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has shortlisted 10 bidders for a framework covering its estate projects in the East Midlands & Eastern England.

The Next Generation Estate Contracts (NGEC) regional framework will cover East Midlands & Eastern England construction projects valued below £12M. The estimated total contract value over the four year period for this framework is between £100M and £250M.

The DIO will now invite tenders from the shortlisted bidders to determine which will be included on the framework. “This opportunity has attracted a huge span of businesses of differing sizes and specialisations, and the evaluation of pre-qualification questionnaires has been intensive and thorough,” said DIO NGEC programme head Steve Rice.

The NGEC programme will soon publish contact details for the shortlisted bidders on its website to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) identify potential supply chain and subcontracting opportunities.

Shortlisted bidders

The shortlisted companies are:

  • Babcock Support Services
  • Henry Brothers (Magherafelt)
  • Interserve Project Services
  • Leadbitter Group
  • Lend Lease Construction (EMEA)
  • Mansell Construction Services
  • Morgan Sindall
  • Shepherd Construction
  • Skanska UK
  • Vinci Construction UK

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