Latest News | 14 February 2023

Framework success for construction giant

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Construction giant Bowmer+Kirkland is celebrating after securing places on two further national frameworks, which allows it to bid for more public sector projects.

The company has been accepted onto the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Construction Services Framework and the Crown Commercial Services Offsite Framework.

The MoJ framework covers projects up to £30 million and will include new build, refurbishment and minor works for buildings such as courts and prisons.

The other framework provides a four-year stream of work with a value of £10 billion.

It aims to support the public sector to innovate, drive efficiency and continue to work towards Net Zero Carbon targets. The focus will be on health, housing, education, justice and defence.

Bowmer+Kirkland’s latest successes mean its construction division is now a supplier on 15 frameworks.

Chris Arno, the firm’s main board director responsible for frameworks, said: “Once again, our success is down to the hard work of many people.

“We have proved our worth as a successful framework contractor through our work with the Department for Education.

“Bowmer+Kirkland is now well established as a public sector contractor alongside our extensive experience for private clients.”

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