Morgan Sindall Construction’s Eastern Counties business has secured a position on Norfolk County Council’s (NCC) Major Construction Works Framework in the UK. 

The framework, aimed at meeting the region’s construction needs, will initially run for three years. The latest framework is divided into three lots.  

Meanwhile, the preceding framework agreements lapsed in September last year. 

Morgan Sindall has been appointed to Lot 2 of the framework, which encompasses larger and more complex projects.  

This lot includes a variety of refurbishments, remodelling, and new-build projects, each valued at more than £4.5m ($5.57m).  

The cumulative value of projects within this lot is estimated to reach £300m over the framework’s duration. 

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Sindall Eastern Counties Framework manager Warren Salmons said: “Our appointment to Norfolk County Council’s (NCC) Major Construction Works Framework is testament to the hard work carried out by the entire team.  

“Going onto the new framework, we look forward to collaborating with the integrated property solutions consultants Norse Consulting and working alongside the council to ensure that they can best fulfil their built environment goals.” 

The company’s presence in Norfolk is also marked by several ongoing projects.  

Sindall is collaborating with NCC on the restoration of Norwich Castle, which is anticipated to reopen later this year. 

In addition, it is in partnership with Great Yarmouth Borough Council working on a £17m regeneration project at Great Yarmouth’s Market Place. 

The project entails transforming the former Palmers department store into a new public library and university learning centre, named The Place. 

Furthermore, Sindall is delivering a new £25m Community Diagnostic Centre in collaboration with the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals National Health Service Foundation Trust.  

Sindall Eastern Counties area director Alister Broadberry said: “Supporting the council with its construction and regeneration requirements has been especially rewarding, as I know that we share many key values when it comes to creating high-quality, sustainable facilities that generate social value for the local area.  

“This is a core aspect of our previous and ongoing projects and we’re delighted to be further assisting the council, its constituents, communities and the wider local economy moving forward.”