Henry Brothers has been appointed to the Department for Education’s (DfE) 2021 Construction Framework for the first time.
The company has been successful on the Medium Value Band – projects from £6m to £12m – for the East of England. The framework runs for four years and is worth £7bn. Both educational and non-educational schemes can be procured under the framework.
This is the latest in a number of framework appointments secured by Henry Brothers. Others include the Public Buildings Construction and Infrastructure (PB3) LHC Framework, which allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source contractors for the construction and refurbishment of educational, healthcare, emergency services and community buildings. Henry Brothers has been appointed on lots for new build and refurbishment projects up to £2m across the Midlands and East Anglia, along with projects from £2m to £7m across the Midlands, East Anglia, Yorkshire and the North West of England.
In addition, Henry Brothers has places on the Pagabo and Crown Commercial Services frameworks.
Managing director for Henry Brothers Midlands, Ian Taylor, said: “We are very pleased to have been appointed to the Department for Education’s 2021 Construction Framework. Henry Brothers Midlands has built up a reputation as a key contractor in the education sector, building first-class facilities for schools and universities across the East Midlands. This framework appointment opens up a potential new stream of work for the business as we head into 2022 and beyond.”
Nottingham-based Henry Brothers Midlands is part of The Henry Group, which comprises a number of manufacturing and construction sector companies, ranging from external construction through to interiors fit-out. In partnership with clients, it has a proven track record in education, defence, accommodation, commercial, industrial, transport and healthcare sectors.
For more information, visit www.henrybrothers.co.uk
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