Northern Ireland-based contractor GRAHAM has been named on the £8 billion Procure Partnerships National Framework.
The four-year framework is structured around 10 regional frameworks and divided into 20 lots to provide local delivery with national governance.
It has been developed for use by organisations across the public sector including local authorities, NHS Trusts and education providers at all levels.
GRAHAM won a spot on nine lots of the framework, consisting of six lots for works valued at £4m-£12m in Yorkshire, East Midlands, East of England, London and South East, and three lots for contracts over £12m in value across the East of England, London and South East.
Robbie Blackhurst, Framework Director for the Procure Partnerships Framework, said: "We have been working with GRAHAM across the North West Region of the Procure Partnerships Framework over the past 14 months and have been impressed with their engagement and openness at framework level coupled with strong project delivery performance. GRAHAM's inclusion on the Procure Partnerships National Framework is testament to their wealth of public sector experience and proven track record, we are looking forward to developing the relationship further over the next four years."
GRAHAM's Framework Director, Keith Hayes, added: "The Procure Partnerships Framework has been hugely successful since its 2018 launch and we're pleased that the model has now been rolled out nationally. With a strong regional office network and a proven track record in delivering public sector projects that facilitate the growth of our towns and cities, we hope to bring forward more successful development over the next four years."
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