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Five contractors win place on £300M South West Wales framework


Five contractors have won contracts for large projects on the £300M South West Wales civil engineering framework.

Andrew Scott and Dyer&Butler have secured places on a lot covering projects over £5M for the first time, while Galliford Try has lost its place on the framework.

Dawnus Construction, Alun Griffiths and Walters UK have all retained their places on the lot for another three years. 

The framework, which is divided into lots and is operated by Carmarthenshire County Council in association with Ceredigion County Council, City and County of Swansea Council, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council and Pembrokeshire County Council. They will appoint contractors to supplement their in-house direct labour organisations capabilities for delivering civil engineering construction and specialist work packages.

Estimated lot values are based on an indicative projection of work for the initial three year period of the framework. The total value of the framework also includes provisions for unforeseen and unplanned work throughout the term of the framework.

Contracts together worth £43M for medium civil engineering projects each valued at between £1.5M to £5M have been awarded to Knights Brown Construction, Walters UK, Dawnus Construction, Alun Griffiths and Dyer&Butler

The framework covers demolition, public lighting, lining and road marking, surfacing works, ground investigation, marine works (excluding coastal), surface retexturing and civil engineering works.

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