Galliford Try appointed to major North West Framework

Topic Contracts, Frameworks

Date 09 Feb 2022

Galliford Try's Building and Highways businesses have been appointed to a major new public sector framework in the North West of England.

The £1.8 billion framework is the latest iteration of the Procure Partnerships (PP) North West Framework, which is open to public sector bodies across the region to use to bring construction projects to market.

Galliford Try has won places on six lots in total, three for its Building business and three for the first time for its Highways business. Previous projects delivered under the PP framework include the new Bevan Intermediate Care Unit in Salford and the ongoing Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Community Cluster.

Bill Hocking, Chief Executive for Galliford Try, commented: “The Procure Partnerships framework is a fantastic example of the kind of collaborative, progressive framework that forms a key part of our Sustainable Growth Strategy. We are delighted therefore to have retained our place on the Building framework and gained places on the infrastructure lots for our Highways team. We look forward to working with all the stakeholders involved to create fantastic public facilities and infrastructure for local communities across the region.”