Galliford Try, ISG, Kier, Lovell and Willmott Dixon are among the winners on a lucrative framework with Network Housing Group to deliver 1,500 affordable homes in inner London over the next two years.
The group, made up of six housing associations, is aiming to construct 1,500 low-cost and affordable rent homes, as well as for private sale and mixed tenure by March 2015.
The framework also includes major refurbishment and regeneration.
Winners on the lot concerning projects worth more than £20m are Allenbuild, Wates Living Space, Galliford Try Partnerships, Kier Construction, Countryside Properties, Willmott Dixon Housing, Rydon Construction, Ardmore Construction, Denne Construction and United House.
ISG Jackson, Geoffrey Osborne, Rydon, Kier Construction, Hill Partnerships, Durkan, Ardmore Construction, Allenbuild, Denne Construction, Galliford Try Partnerships, Lovell, Willmott Dixon Housing, Higgins Construction and Mulalley and Company will provide works between £4m and £20m.
Those contractors who will provide works up to £4.5m are Kingsbury Construction, T& A Kernoghan, Bugler Developments, Rooff, Lakehouse Contracts, Sandwood Design and Build, Lovell, ISG Jackson, Wates Living Space and Jarvis Group.