Record number of firms win £600m MMC framework
Thirty-two firms have bagged a spot on a £600m modern methods of construction framework for new home building.
Procurement body LHC has awarded the four-year framework, which is the successor to its offsite construction of new homes framework – NH2.
This involved a dozen firms but the nationwide 3rd generation framework has been expanded and includes a mix of offsite modular specialists as well as larger builders like Beard, R G Carter and Vistry Partnerships.
NH3 MMC new homes framework winners
Beattie Passive Operations
Brady Construction Services
BWF Construction Services
Classic Builders (South West)
Construction Total Solutions
Donaldson Timber Systems
E. J. Taylor & Sons
GB Construction (Herts)
J.G Hale Construction
Kind & Co (Builders)
Natta Building Company
P Casey (Land Reclamation)
R G Carter Cambridge
The NH3 framework covers low-rise, medium- and high-rise dwellings through to specialist accommodation such as care homes.
It will support public sector procurers to increase the use of modern methods of construction in their contracts and help to deliver low and net zero carbon homes with high levels of pre-manufactured value.
LHC Procurement Group is acting on behalf of contracting authorities throughout England, Wales and Scotland – including partners of the Welsh Procurement Alliance, Scottish Procurement Alliance and South West Procurement Alliance – collectively with up to 500 live projects at any one time.