Date 06 Jun 2019
Galliford Try announces that its Building business has been successfully re-appointed to the North Wales Construction Partnership (NWCP).
The anticipated value of the framework is £500m, with Galliford Try appointed to Lot 5, for projects worth £10m and over.
The first project to be awarded to Galliford Try under the previous framework was the £28m Holywell Learning Campus, a new all-through school in Flintshire. Galliford Try has since gone on to complete the award-winning £17m Eastern Command and Custody Facility for North Wales Police near Wrexham, and is currently on site at the £20m Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) for the Welsh Government, to be operated by AMRC and used by Airbus for wing testing at their Broughton site.
Ian Jubb, Managing Director for Galliford Try Building, commented: “We are delighted to have been reappointed to this key framework for our North West business. High-quality frameworks such as this one are a major part of our strategy and we look forward to continuing our strong track record in North Wales with our partners at NWCP.”