HENRY Brothers has been appointed on the Ministry of Justice Constructor Services Framework for the first time.
The company has been chosen on both national and regional frameworks in support of construction work across the entire justice sector – including courts, prisons, and the Home Office.
MD of Henry Brothers Construction, Ian Taylor, said, “Being appointed to the Ministry of Justice Framework for the first time is excellent news for Henry Brothers. Henry Group has a long history of working in the justice sector, and more recently delivered a new £50 million prison Block at HMP Maghaberry.
“We are excited to have been appointed on both the national and regional frameworks, which will give us an extensive pipeline of opportunities.
“Henry Brothers is on numerous frameworks, including the Crown Commercial Services Framework, so we are very familiar with working for government organisations, such as the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO). We look forward to partnering with the organisations under the MoJ Framework to support future construction projects in the justice sector.”
Henry Brothers has been appointed on two Lots in Framework B – construction projects valued at between £5 million and £10 million. These cover the North region and the Wales and Central England region. In addition, Henry Brothers has been appointed as one of eight contractors on Framework C for national construction schemes valued at between £10 million and £30 million.
Both Frameworks run for five years and cover work for MoJ Corporate, HM Courts and Tribunals Service, HM Prison and Probation Service, Legal Aid Agency, Office of the Public Guardian, and the Home Office.
The firm said that the anticipated value of Framework B is expected to be £0.75 billion over four regions, while the anticipated value of Framework C is expected to be £0.625 billion.