Hampshire County Council has reappointed GRAHAM to work on the ‘southern highways and civils framework’ in the UK. 

The council has chosen a group of contractors to execute its Gen 5 civils and highways framework, which involves the southern region of England. 

The framework, which commenced last month, will span four years. 

The £500m ($630.49m) investment will be allocated across two distinct territories in the region. 

The Gen 5 framework is divided into lots, with each lot catering to projects of varying value and some with specific geographical scopes.  

GRAHAM is expected to carry out infrastructure works for Lot 4. 

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This framework is a successor to the existing Gen 4 framework.

Gen 4 aims to support the Universal Services Directorate Highways, Engineering and Transport team in its procurement of civil engineering, motorways, and transportation infrastructure development-related construction works. 

The scope of work for Lot 4 includes the construction of complex and large-scale motorway improvements, bridges, and culverts, among others.

The secondary scope for Lot 4 comprises contractor-designed elements, enabling works for utility diversions and significant external works to third-party or public sector property.  

It also covers the construction of car parks, sea defence, water treatment systems, and works associated with rivers, canals, and various transport infrastructures. 

GRAHAM contracts director Andrew Henry said: “We are delighted to have secured a position on this framework for Hampshire County Council and look forward to working in partnership with the council and local stakeholders. 

“We have a proven track record in delivering key highway projects that facilitate the growth of our towns and cities and we now aim to bring more successful development over the four years via this framework.” 

This comes after GRAHAM won a contract for the two-stage design and construction of a luxury student accommodation project in Nottingham, England, UK.