Aggregate Industries and Galliford Try are the new contractors on the revamped version of the Midlands Highways Alliance (MHA) contract, which will see spending of £261 million over the next four years.
Three groups on the original MHA set up in 2010, Balfour Beatty, Eurovia/Ringway and Lafarge Tarmac/Carillion, have also retained their places on the new framework, which will be used by 21 local authorities across the Midlands.
BAM Nuttall was also on the original deal, but has fallen by the wayside on the revamped framework, which has been split into two sections.
Aggregate Industries, Balfour Beatty, Eurovia/Ringway, Galliford Try and Lafarge Tarmac/Carillion are on the section covering schemes valued at up to £5m.
Another framework covers schemes valued at more than £5m and up to £25m. The contractors on this framework are Balfour Beatty, Galliford Try and Lafarge Tarmac/Carillion.