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Eleven contractors win place on Network Rail framework deal

Network Rail has announced the 11 successful contractors who will compete for a range of civil engineering and building works across Britain as part of a new delivery partnership contract.

The new building and civils delivery partnership is scheduled to run for three years, but has an option to be extended for an additional two years. Typically, jobs will be worth up to £500,000 and include maintenance to structures, embankments and cuttings.

The new contract is set up for Network Rail and its contractors to work even closer and more effectively to deliver these vital projects. Engaging the contractors at an earlier stage will encourage more innovation, deliver efficiencies and offer best value for money.

The successful contractors are:


  • Amalgamated Construction
  • Carillion
  • Construction Marine
  • May Gurney
  • QTS Group
  • Story Rail


  • Amalgamated Construction Limited
  • Birse Rail
  • Carillion
  • J Murphy & Sons


  • Amalgamated Construction
  • B&M McHugh
  • Birse Rail
  • Dyer & Butler
  • Geoffrey Osborne
  • J Murphy & Sons

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