Civils firms win £60m Welsh roads framework

The North and Mid Wales Trunk Road Agency has named its favoured line-up of civil engineering contractors for a £60m framework.

The North and Mid Wales Trunk Road Agency has named its favoured line-up of civil engineering contractors for a £60m framework.

Alun Griffiths, Dawnus Construction, Jones Bros Ruthin and JN Bentley have secured places on all major lots including the key panel for projects valued up to £15m.

Several smaller local contractors have also secured places on smaller regional panels covering projects up to £500,000 across north and mid Wales.

North & Mid Wales, including all dual carriageway works (Project spend £15m)

Alun Griffiths (Contractors), Dawnus Construction, Jones Bros Ruthin, JN Bentley

Mid Wales Works (excluding duals) – projects £250k-£500k

Alun Griffiths (Contractors), Dawnus Construction, Jones Bros Ruthin, JN Bentley, G H James, Centregreat, M.W.T. Civil Engineering, Tregaron Trading Services

Projects up to £250k
Alun Griffiths (Contractors), Dawnus Construction, Jones Bros Ruthin, JN Bentley, G H James, Centregreat, MWT Civil Engineering, Tregaron Trading Services

North Wales Works (Excluding Duals) — project £250k — £500k

Alun Griffiths (Contractors), Dawnus Construction, Jones Bros Ruthin, JN Bentley, Tregaron Trading Services.

Projects up to £250,000
Alun Griffiths (Contractors), Dawnus Construction, Jones Bros Ruthin, JN Bentley, G H James, Centregreat, M.W.T. Civil Engineering, G T Williams

The updated contractor framework covers new construction works, improvements, maintenance, emergency work and supplier design.

The transport body is expected to spend around £15m a year on transport improvements through the framework panel.

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