A £1bn framework, servicing the engineering needs of 24 local authorities plus Highways England and the West Midlands Combined Authority, is looking for four partners.

The Medium Schemes framework (MSF4), run by Midlands Highways Alliance Plus (MHAP), is for the execution of highway, civil and municipal engineering works. Typical schemes may involve, but not exclusively be, highway improvements, highway maintenance, highway infrastructure works (including bridges, subways, culverts and retaining walls), public realm works (town centre enhancements), drainage improvements, canal works and other infrastructure works such as waste management facilities.

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The awards criteria has been split into three categories:

  • Quality (excluding Social Value): 55/100
  • Social Value: 15
  • Price: 30

The four-year framework also makes provision to extend the duration by two lots of two years (eight in total).

Interested firms must submit their applications, or intention to, by June 1 and for further information contact john.hooper@leics.gov.uk

Current members of the MHAP:

  • Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Bedford Borough Council
  • Buckinghamshire Council
  • Coventry City Council
  • Derby City Council
  • Derbyshire County Council
  • Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Highways England
  • Leicester City Council
  • Leicestershire County Council
  • Lincolnshire County Council
  • Milton Keynes Council
  • Northamptonshire County Council
  • Nottingham City Council
  • Nottinghamshire County Council
  • Oxfordshire County Council
  • Peterborough City Council
  • Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Rutland County Council
  • Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Staffordshire County Council
  • Stoke-on-Trent City Council
  • Telford and Wrekin Council
  • Walsall Council
  • Wolverhampton City Council
  • West Midlands Combined Authority