14 Contractors Land £280m Framework

14 Contractors Land £280m Framework

Fourteen contractors have scooped a place on a £280m framework with one of Scotland’s biggest social landlords.

Link Group has appointed 14 contractors onto a four-year framework to build affordable housing around the central belt of Scotland and Argyll and Bute areas.

John Brown (Strone), Marshall Construction, Morris & Spottiswood, Cruden Building & Renewals, Jr Construction (Scotland), Esh Construction, Ashleigh (Scotland), Ccg (Scotland), Lovell Partnerships and Mctaggart Construction have secured places on lot one for low value contracts.

Keepmoat Regeneration, Marhsall Construction, Cruden Building & Renewals, Jr Construction, Esh Construction, J. Smart & Co. (Contractors), Ashleigh (Scotland), Ccg (Scotland), Lovell Partnerships and Mctaggart Construction have bagged places on lot two for medium value contracts.

Keepmoat Regeneration, Cruden Building & Renewals, Jr Construction (Scotland), Graham Construction, Esh Construction, J. Smart & Co. (Contractors), Ashleigh (Scotland), Ccg (Scotland), Lovell Partnerships and Mctaggart Construction have landed places on lot three for high value contracts.

John Brown (Strone), Macleod Construction, Marshall Construction, Cruden Building & Renewals, Jr Construction and Mctaggart Construction have secured places on lot four for contracts in Argyll and Bute.

Link Group is procuring the framework on behalf of its eight subsidiary companies as well as fourteen local authorities and housing associations.

Under the framework, contractors will build affordable mixed-tenure housing, including homes for private rent and market sale.

Construction News revealed in September that Lovell Partnership was one of 26 firms to secure a place on Hyde Housing’s £1bn main contractor framework.

Lovell Partnership bagged a place on lots four, five, six seven and eight of the framework.

The firm will deliver projects around the South Coast above £4m-£10m and above, projects in London of any value and regional projects above £25m.

Contractors including Bouygues, Galliford Try and Laing O’Rourke also won a place on the framework.

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