The successful bidders have been named for the North West Construction Hub's next four-year Medium Value Framework following a delay caused by a legal challenge from a runner-up.
The constructor partners are now announced as BAM, Conlon, Galliford Try, ISG, Keepmoat, Kier, Laing O'Rourke, Seddon, Vinci, Wates and Willmott Dixon.
Within the framework there are 12 different lots: construct only in five sub-regional lots for jobs from £2m to £5m, and one regional lot from £5m to £9m; and design and construct in each of the five sub-regions, lots £2m to £5m, and one regional lot £5m to £9m.
The last framework was worth more than £400m.
NWCH said the Low Value Framework OJEU Notice has now been issued for projects from £500,000 to £2m.
It is anticipated that this framework will be available from October 2015.