Our frameworks

As part of our strategic plan, we actively target and maintain places on some of the most significant public sector frameworks in the UK.

We believe that these frameworks provide not only consistent pipelines of work, but more importantly the opportunity to create deeper relationships with our client and stakeholder groups which leads to greater innovation and better public infrastructure.

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Crown Commercial Service

Galliford Try was appointed to 11 lots for the new CCS framework, administered by the Cabinet Office. The new framework is expected to become one of the leading procurement vehicles for government, superseding previous frameworks for the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Justice for example.

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Department for Education

Galliford Try has been one of the key contractors delivering the Priority School Building Programme since 2013. We are currently members of five lots of the department’s Construction Framework until November 2021. These frameworks are responsible for the lion’s share of school building within England.

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ProCure22

Galliford Try is one of the six Principal Supply Chain Partners for the Department of Health’s ProCure22 framework. This vehicle is open to all NHS Trusts to utilise for their capital development programmes, from small cluster facilities to large general hospitals. The members were also responsible for planning and delivering the Nightingale hospitals in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Highways England

We are a major partner for Highways England, featuring on a number of significant frameworks for them, including the Regional Delivery Partnerships, the Collaborative Delivery Framework and the Smart Motorways Programme.

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Hub Scotland

Galliford Try’s Scottish brand Morrison Construction is a member of four out of the five regional hubs serving Scotland’s public buildings. The procurement vehicle is a private-public partnership responsible for delivering the full range of public buildings across Scotland from fire stations to education campuses.