Contractor Henry Brothers has been appointed on the Pagabo Framework for Medium Works.
The company has been awarded a place as a core contractor for 29 regions and a reserve for nine regions on the framework, which provides a compliant and collaborative route to market for public sector clients to procure medium-sized construction projects.
The lots cover projects up to £10m, with the framework running for four years from January 2023.
Managing Director of Henry Brothers Construction, Ian Taylor, said:
“We are very pleased that Henry Brothers has been appointed as an approved contractor on the Pagabo Framework for Medium Works for so many regions across the UK.
“This continues our relationship with Pagabo and enables public sector clients to partner with us on their future medium-sized construction projects.
“Being on this framework for the next four years opens up a pipeline of opportunities for Henry Brothers which will help us to build on our existing portfolio.”
Henry Brothers has been appointed on Lot 3 – projects from £1m to £5m – and on Lot 4, which covers projects from £5m to £10m.
The regions in which the company has been successful stretch from the Highlands of Scotland in the North to Northern Ireland in the West and East Anglia in the East, down to Shropshire, encompassing places like Greater Manchester, Merseyside and parts of Yorkshire.
The new iteration of the framework will also provide opportunities for the business to continue to deliver Pagabo projects in the Midlands, where two schemes for Nottingham Trent University have successfully been delivered under the Major Works Framework
Henry Brothers Construction, which has its head office in Beeston, Nottingham, 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 its valued clients, it has a proven track record in education, defence, commercial, industrial, transport and healthcare sectors.