Monday, September 14, 2009

Rok wins £140m of framework deals

Rok has confirmed its appointment on eight new framework arrangements worth up to ВЈ140m of revenue over the next five years.

As revealed last month in CJ, Scottish Water has named Rok as one of 17 companies chosen to help deliver a programme of capital investment valued at around ВЈ2bn from 2010 onwards. Of those companies, Rok is one of only four to be identified for both non-infrastructure and capital maintenance projects as well as for infrastructure contracts, all of which are expected to be worth up to ВЈ60m to Rok over the next five years.

In the South West of England, Rok is one of 11 organisations chosen to be part of a Construction Framework developed by Devon County Council to deliver projects in excess of ВЈ1 million. This framework is expected to generate around ВЈ500m worth of work to those organisations over the next four years from the local authorities, emergency services, further education colleges and other bodies involved.


Rok wins £140m of framework deals


Rok has also won a framework with CityWest Homes, the arms length management organisation that manages Westminster City Council’s 22,000 homes, and in Yorkshire, Rok has been appointed by a consortium of registered social landlords, known as Firebird JVC, to provide new homes over the next four years.

The other framework wins comprise planned and response maintenance for the National Ambulance Service; planned maintenance programmes for Teign Housing in South Devon and Sanctuary Housing nationwide; and heating replacement work for Cardiff County Council.

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