Cumbria County Council has chosen firms including 5plus, Aecom, Mott MacDonald, Ramboll, and WSP for its £12m professional services framework.
The framework includes a wide range of professional services, including infrastructure planning, building surveying, architecture, and civil engineering.
Cumbria has chosen eight companies for its two architecture lots, which cover packages of below £100,000 and works over £100,000.
5plus, Align Property Partners, Architects Plus, and NPS Property Consultants won a spot on both lots, while Day Cummins, Howard Litchfield Partnership, Mott MacDonald and WYG secured a place on the lot covering projects over £100,000.
WYG and Mott MacDonald was also successful on the civil engineering lots, sharing a spot with other consultants including Ramboll, Aecom, WSP, Jacobs, Global Partnering Solutions, and Capita.
The civils packages were again split across two lots, covering projects over £100,000 and projects under £100,000. WYG, WSP, Capita, and Mott MacDonald all secured a place on both lots.
Capita, WSP, WYG, Jacobs, Aecom, Arup, and Mott MacDonald were all chosen for a spot on the infrastructure planning lot covering projects above £100,000, while WSP, WYG, and Capita secured a place on the lower-value lot of schemes below £100,000.
Adding to their wins on the architecture lots, Align and NPS also secured a place on the building surveying package, alongside Day Cummins, Rider Levett Bucknall, Elvet Construction Consultants, WYG, Aecom, Atkins, and WSP.
Day Cummins, WSP, and Align secured a place on both lots, which cover the same value bands as the other packages. In its sole win on the framework, Atkins secured a place on the lower-value building surveying lot.
Earlier this year, the University of Cumbria also named firms for its consultant and architecture framework, which is expected to be worth around £1.5m a year. Winning architects included Ainsley Gommon; Day Architectural; and Gilling Dod, while WYG also secured a place on the quantity surveying and M&E lots.