Topic Frameworks, Contracts
Date 06 Oct 2021
Galliford Try, one of the UK’s leading construction groups, is pleased to announce that its Building business has been appointed to the new £1.6bn LHC Public Buildings, Construction, and Infrastructure PB3 framework.
The four-year framework replaces LHC’s previous School and Community Building framework, and covers projects across all public sector buildings. Galliford Try has places in four value bands across the UK (excluding Northern Ireland) ranging up £14m, that include a mix of new-build, refurbishment, and in the highest value band, infrastructure projects.
Bill Hocking, Chief Executive of Galliford Try, said: “Maintaining a position on major public sector frameworks is a key part of our Sustainable Growth Strategy, so we are delighted to be selected by LHC for this new vehicle. We have already delivered a number of high-quality projects through LHC’s previous frameworks and we look forward to continuing our relationship with them as they seek to grow throughout the public sector.”