McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on a number of Lots of the London Construction Programme (LCP) Major Works Framework.
These include Lot 2.2 Pan London £5m-£10m; Lot 2.3 Pan London £10m-£20m and Lot 2.4 Pan London £20m+ of the Education and Leisure Category; and Lot 5.1 Pan London £1m+ of the Highways and Public Realm Category.
The 5 year Framework is procured and governed by London Borough of Haringey but is open to all public sector organisations in London and the home counties for construction project ranging from £1m to over £20m.
If you are a public sector body within London and the Home Counties and wish to procure construction related Major Works please contact LCP@Haringey.gov.uk.
McLaughlin & Harvey has been appointed as Wates’ delivery partner in Scotland and Northern Ireland on the Major Works - UK framework, a part of the Scape National Construction framework, and is designed to deliver construction projects between £10m and £50m.
McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on Lot 2 (£4.6m to £15m) on the City of London's four year Major Construction Works framework. The city of London occupies and operates over 800 properties primarily within the 'square mile', as well as further afield. Works include new and refurbishment projects within the retail, commercial, public, education, and leisure sectors.
Peel Ports owns and operates six of the UK and Ireland’s most important ports. McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on the long term framework for the new build, extension and refurbishment of warehouses in Scotland, the North West, and the South East Regions.
McLaughlin & Harvey is supporting the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) to deliver projects of various values across Ireland, Scotland, North West England and Wales. The projects involve the construction and refurbishment of marine facilities including pontoon, jetties and slipways, in addition to the construction and refurbishment of boathouses and associated facilities.
The framework covers the full range of civil engineering projects across the network with a mix of repair / refurbishment and capital works improvement schemes up to a project value of £5m. Typical schemes include bridge strengthening / replacement and park and ride facilities. McLaughlin & Harvey are one of 5 contractors on the framework with contracts awarded through a mini-bidding process. Projects delivered include Bridge Refurbishment Programme, Glynn River Bridge Replacement, XL70 Level Crossing, and Castlerock Tunnel Investigation.
McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on Lot 8 (major projects over £5m) of this four year framework. Works include new build, extension, refurbishment, repair and maintenance, emergency works, demolitions etc. in both existing occupied and unoccupied and new build contexts within the CEC site boundaries or other permitted developments. As part of the framework, McLaughlin & Harvey was awarded Bankhead Depot Waste Transfer Unit.
McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on Lot 3 (works more than £5m building construction) of Oxford Brookes University’s £130m Estates Improvement Plan Framework. The framework will see the investment in and adaption of the university properties to enhance the student experience. The refurbishment of the existing Clerici Building was conducted as part of the framework.Oxford Brookes University Clerici Building
LGSS, founded by Cambridgeshire County Council and Northamptonshire County Council, is one of the UK’s largest shared service providers for the public sector, supporting hundreds of public organisations including schools and academies. McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on: Lot 3 (works up to £9.9m) Lot 4 (works up to £14.9m) Lot 5 (works more than £15m)
This framework is for the Council’s capital plan of works consisting of the construction and refurbishment of projects including secondary and primary schools, care homes, council offices and other buildings. As part of the framework, McLaughlin & Harvey was awarded Banchory Community Sports & Swimming Pool Facility.Banchory Community Sports & Swimming Pool Facility, Aberdeenshire
McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on the Framework Agreement for Marks & Spencer Simply Food Programme. Fit-out of the Simply Food stores has been successfully completed in Sittingbourne, Northallerton and Chichester as part of the 2016 - 2018 framework. As part of the 2014 – 2016 Simply Food Framework, McLaughlin & Harvey fitted-out stores in Weston-Lock Bath, Cannock, Matlock, Penrith, Stockton Heath, White City Stretford, Chesser Avenue Edinburgh, St Andrews, Wheatley Doncaster, Knaresborough, Bognor Regis, Victoria Park Nottingham, Malone, and Berkhamsted.M&S Simply Food, Berkhamsted
McLaughlin & Harvey is a partnering contractor for Sainsbury’s and is an active participant in their store development programme. The programme includes new build stores, major extensions and the delivery of Sainsbury’s convenience outlets across the United Kingdom. Since 2009 we have completed in excess of 100 projects for the retailer.
McLaughlin & Harvey has been appointed to the LHC framework in Scotland. This is for schools and community buildings projects in the £4-10m and £10m+ value bands.
London North West minor structures works. McLaughlin & Harvey are one of 23 contractors on the London North West minor civils works frameworks to deliver bridge repair / replacement projects. Each project to a max value of £500k is released onto the framework and tendered by 4 to 5 contractors.
This framework is managed by Sunderland City Council on behalf of NEPO, a purchasing body of 12 local authorities in the north east of England. All projects released onto the framework are mini-bid across the relevant lots which have 4 to 5 contractors per lot. McLaughlin & Harvey are on the following: Lot 8 Marine Works (works more than £1m) Lot 11 Highway Structures (works more than £5m) Lot 13 Drainage Works (works more than £1m) Lot 15 Public Realm (works more than £1m)
McLaughlin & Harvey has been awarded a place on Lot 2 (£6m to £12m) on Glasgow City Council’s City Deal Public Realm Framework. The framework will deliver public realm improvements across Glasgow City Centre as part of a £150m investment through City Deal funding.