Manchester City Council has awarded nine firms places on its latest Highways Construction Work framework to deliver transport infrastructure projects across the Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire roads network.
The £100m framework will run for two years with an option for a further two-year extension.
It has been split into lots covering small works up to £1m and projects, reports Construction Enquirer.
Eric Wright Civil Engineering, Bethell and The Casey Group have won both large and small works lots.
BAM Nuttall and Octavius Infrastructure also came up trumps for large works expected to be worth £60m over the term, said the Construction Enquirer story,
Highways Construction Works up to £1m
A E Yates; Bethell Group; Carnell Support Services; Eric Wright Civil Engineering; Rosgal; The Casey Group
Highways Construction Works £1m-plus
BAM Nuttall; Bethell Group; Colas; Eric Wright Civil Engineering; Octavius Infrastructure; The Casey Group.