Gatwick disclosed a list of 17 preferred contractors selected to work on its low and medium complexity frameworks as part of its five-year capital investment programme.
The new CIP has an additional £200 million attached to it, bringing the 5-year projected spend to £1.2 billion up to 2021. Investment will focus on developing the existing airport infrastructure and increase future passenger capacity, while Gatwick waits for the government to make a decision on its second runway proposal.
The two frameworks are split into three supply chains – building, M&E and civil engineering – and graded by complexity.
The first framework is for low complexity projects of up to £1.5 million and the other for medium complexity projects worth between £1 million to £10 million.
The final list of 17 preferred contractors is as follows:
· Galliford Try
· Balfour Beatty
· Volker Fitzpatrick
· Harvey Group
· Dyer & Butler
· BAM Nuttall
· Raymond Brown
· Gratte Bros
· SSE Contracting