Government starts race for £30bn mega framework
The Crown Commercial Service has started the tender race for its ProCure23 and major project framework for public spending departments.
The fourth-generation ProCure23 element for the NHS will be split into three lots, while two other lots in the bundled tender will cover MoD airfield works and major construction projects valued at more than £80m.
The final major projects lot will account for the majority of total forecast spend over the 56-month lifetime of the frameworks at £20bn.
These last two lots are effectively a partial refresh and expansion of the Government’s Construction Works and Associated Services framework to provide extra market capacity and usher in principles in the Construction Playbook.
A webinar is planned for 4 October to launch the contest.
P23 value-based lots:
1. projects under £20m; split into seven regions (Value £3bn)
2. projects £20-£70; 8 places (£3bn)
3. projects over £70m+: 8 places (3bn)
Construction Works and Associated Services 2
4. Airfield Works – national lot; 6 places (£1bn)
5. General construction over £80m; 20 places (£20bn)
Building on past iterations, P23 is hoped to bring the latest best practice in construction methods to the NHS and focuses on delivering greener facilities, reducing carbon emissions and promoting social value.
The present P22 arrangement is shared by six firms: BAM, Galliford Try, Graham, Tilbury Douglas, Kier and Vinci/Sir Robert McAlpine joint venture IHP.
In its 19 year history, the ProCure framework has successfully delivered more than 1,200 projects across England, with a cumulative spend of £9.7bn, and ProCure23 will build this heritage into a third decade.
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Those interested in attending the webinar session please express your interest by emailing [email protected]
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