Ten consultancies have won places on the civils lot of the £2.9bn Crown Commercial Service project management and full design team services framework.
A total of 31 firms have made the framework. Only Lot 3 for architectural services is still to be confirmed.
The framework means users can access project management, design and advisory services for construction projects.
The CCS is aiming to provide a “cradle to grave” services provision via the framework, which initially runs for two years and could be extended for another two.
The framework has suffered a series of setbacks, amounting to a four-year delay.
The winners are:
Lot 1 - Multi-disciplinary services
Aecom, AHR Architects, Amec Environment and Infrastructure, Arcadis, Capita, Deloitte, Faithful & Gould, Gardiner & Theobold, Gleeds Advisory Services and Kier Business Services, Mace, McBains Cooper Consulting, Mott MacDonald, Ridge and Partners, Turner & Townsend Project Management and WYG.
Lot 2 - Project management services
Arcadis, Capita Property and Infrastructure, Faithful & Gould, Gleeds Advisory Services, Jacobs UK, Lend Lease Consulting, Mace, Ridge and Partners, Sweett, Turner & Townsend Project Management and WSP.
Lot 4 - Cost management services
Aecom, Arcadis, Gleeds Advisory Services, Jacobs, Lend Lease Consulting, Long O’Donnell Associates, Mace, McBains Cooper Consulting, Pick Everard, Rider Levett Bucknall and Turner & Townsend Cost Management.
Lot 5 - Civil and structural engineering services
Amec Environment and Infrastructure, Atkins, Building Design Partnership, CH2M Hill United Kingdom, Kier Business Services, Mott MacDonald, Pell Frischman Consulting Engineers, Pick Everard, Sweco, WSP and WYG.
Lot 6 - Building services engineering
Atkins, Building Design Partnership, CH2M Hill, Hoare Lea, Mott MacDonald, NPS Property Consultants, Pick Everard, Ridge and Partners, Sweco, WSP and WYG.