Graham Construction has been appointed by Oxford Brookes University to its new works framework to support the delivery of its £130M campus improvement programme.
The 10-year estate investment plan will include improvements to the facilities on all of Oxford Brookes’ campuses, thus supporting the university’s long-term vision.
The construction firm has been selected as part of the framework panel, which will execute all projects worth more than £5M, with a total value of £65M over the next four years.
According to Graham Construction, there is a provision for the framework to be extended for two more years.
Graham Construction’s London office director Rob Joyce said: “As the Thames Valley market is thriving, Graham Construction’s London division is continuing its expansion westwards to meet the high demand.
“We are looking forward to drawing on our broad range of experience from across the higher education sector to help deliver Oxford Brookes University’s estate investment plan.
“This appointment takes us a step further towards providing sector-leading facilities on a world-class campus, which will enable the university to achieve its long-term vision.”
* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.