Morgan Sindall Construction appointed to £700 million City of London framework
Morgan Sindall Construction has been appointed to the City of London Corporation’s General Major Works Framework to support the delivery of its capital programme and strategy.
The company has been selected for Lot 2 which will see it compete with five other contractors for projects between £4.6 million and £15 million.
The General Major Works Construction Framework will run for four years and covers an estate of more than 800 properties, both inside and outside of the square mile.
Projects procured through the framework are expected to include construction and refurbishment works to various corporate and public buildings, including the Bank of England estate, schools, City of London Police stations, and the Barbican Centre.
Richard Dobson, Morgan Sindall Construction’s area director for London, said: “This is a key framework covering many of the capital’s most iconic and important buildings and locations and we are delighted to have been appointed. We look forward to drawing on our extensive experience delivering high-quality projects in central London as we work in partnership with the City of London to support their estates strategy.”
Morgan Sindall Construction has extensive experience working in partnership with local authorities to deliver outstanding urban developments. The company has recently delivered a £70 million scheme to transform Lambeth Town Hall and its civic buildings.
The multifaceted Your New Town Hall scheme was delivered for urban regeneration specialist and national developer, Muse Developments, and project partner Lambeth Council. The project involved the comprehensive refurbishment of the Grade II listed Brixton Town Hall and the construction of a new six-storey energy efficient civic building with a customer centre and council offices.
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