Interserve's construction division has won a place on several lots in the government's latest framework agreement managed by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS).
The company has been named on six lots in the CCS's £8 billion construction works framework for the next seven years.
Lot 5 winners, for projects valued at over £80 million, include Interserve Construction alongside 14 other construction firms.
Key lots allocated to Interserve include: three general construction lots valued at £30-£80 million, £10-£30 million and £3-£10 million; residential construction valued at £2.25 million; high-rise residential construction valued at £2.25 billion; and construction management valued at £250 billion.
In the last quarter of 2019 Interserve Construction was named as a partner in five framework agreements worth more than £42 billion. These include the CCS's £30 billion construction works and associated services framework. Procure Partnerships' £8 billion framework, and two frameworks with Yorkshire Water valued at £2 billion.
Paul Gandy, managing director at Interserve Construction, said: "Winning a place on the Crown Commercial Service's latest £8 billion framework marks an excellent start for the team as we enter the new year and provides us with a great platform on which we can further build our framework portfolio, a key strategic target for the business.
"Interserve Construction's strategy remains focused on delivering world-class facilities where we can clearly demonstrate our expertise and capabilities across a range of key sectors including healthcare, education and infrastructure and winning framework projects is a significant element in supporting our pipeline of projects for 2021 and beyond."