February 11, 2014 2.19 pm This story is over 92 months old

Construction firm gets £12m contract for Lincolnshire projects

Heritage framework: Contractor Robert Woodhead secured a 4-year regional contract for Lincolnshire public sector projects worth £12 million.

Nottinghamshire-based contractor Robert Woodhead Limited has secured a 4-year regional framework for Lincolnshire public sector projects, worth £12 million.

Robert Woodhead has been appointed as sole contractors in the areas covering North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, West Lindsey, Lincoln, East Lindsey and North Kesteven.

The contract awarded by the East Midlands Property Alliance (EMPA) Minor Works Construction Framework saw seven Minor Works Contractors selected over 14 East Midlands areas.

Across the region, contracted projects will range from £50,000 to £2,000,000.

In addition to contracts in the wider East Midlands area, the framework could be worth upwards of £33,000,000 for the company.

Robert Woodhead has delivered a number of public sector projects in Lincolnshire and has a growing presence in the county.

Woodhead Heritage is currently delivering multi million pound Lincoln Castle Revealed project for Lincolnshire County Council.

In addition, Robert Woodhead are also carrying out major reconstruction works on Lincoln’s third Century Roman gateway, Newport Arch.

David Woodhead, Managing Director of Robert Woodhead, said: “Having previously worked on EMPA frameworks these new contracts will give us the continuity of work to offer our clients real social, economic and community value.

“We are committed to delivering regional projects locally and providing opportunities to local smaller companies and young people.

“As a direct result of winning this contract Robert Woodhead will be able to continue to grow and develop the local supply chains which will be a big boost for the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire economies.”

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