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UK-based construction company Galliford Try has been chosen for the next iteration of the £8bn Procure Partnerships Framework (PPF) deal.

The company has obtained spots on eight regional lots around the nation under the Building and Infrastructure frameworks, with values ranging from £15m to more than £30m.

The PPF framework coordinates with local governments and public sector organisations to deliver new public facilities for communities throughout England and Wales.

Galliford Try has already completed projects within the framework, encompassing the Blackpool Ambulance Hub and the BOHO X office complex in Middlesbrough.

Apart from Galliford Try, Procure Partnerships Framework has selected around 87 contractors for the second-generation National Framework.

The lots valued up to £15m include around 65% of the contractors, which consist of small to medium firms.

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Procure Partnerships Framework director Robbie Blackhurst said: “The next iteration of the framework will see an added three disciplines; decarbonisation and retrofit, demolition and site preparation, and infrastructure with specialist contractors assigned to each.

“We have expanded our portfolio to cater to the growing needs of the industry whilst ensuring clients have access to the right contractors for their projects, whether that be regional small to medium-sized enterprises, or larger national delivery contractors.

“The new iteration of the framework is set to transform public procurement and we look forward to seeing what our contractor partners achieve over the next four years.”