Topic Contracts, Frameworks
Date 17 Sep 2021
Galliford Try, one of the UK’s leading construction groups, is pleased to announce that its Highways business has been awarded two places on the new £3.5bn Scheme Delivery Framework (SDF) on behalf of National Highways.
The new framework covers a considerable range of maintenance activity for National Highways, including renewal, improvement and selected small scheme construction works on the strategic road network. Galliford Try won places on all the lots it could bid, in the Civils lot for the North super-region and Drainage lot for the Midlands. It is anticipated that these positions will be worth in the region of £120m to the business over the course of the six years.
Bill Hocking, Chief Executive of Galliford Try, said: “We have an excellent relationship with National Highways, and this further framework will only help to strengthen that further. We look forward to taking our place on the SDF and working with all the supply partners and stakeholders involved to provide the vital improvements our national infrastructure needs.”