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Following our recent article How a construction framework works we’ve received lots of enquiries asking for details of recent, ongoing and upcoming construction frameworks, so in this article we take a look at five construction frameworks to identify opportunities to get involved in, or to supply.

Frameworks awarded

The largest construction framework is the £1.6 billion NHS - Modular Buildings Framework (Project ID: 20130200). The framework is set to run for four years and can be used by a range of public sector clients in the education, healthcare and residential sectors, and will cover permanent and temporary modular buildings and components.

The submission deadline has passed for main contractors, however there are huge opportunities for specialist contractors and material suppliers wishing to supply the 30 firms chosen to work across the framework's eight lots, which include:

Lot 1 - Bespoke modular buildings for purchase
Lot 2 - Bespoke modular buildings for hire
Lot 3 - Modular healthcare units for purchase ​
Lot 4 - Modular healthcare units for hire
Lot 5 - Modular education units for purchase
Lot 6 - Modular education units for hire ​
Lot 7 - Modular residential accommodation for purchase ​
Lot 8 - Modular kitchens for purchase and hire; temporary catering equipment for hire

The second largest framework is the £1.5 billion Crown Commercial Service (CCS) - Construction Professional Services Framework (Project ID: 19208170). The new framework will cover multi-discipline, project management services, architectural services, cost management services, civil and structural engineering services, building services engineering and environmental services.

As with the NHS - Modular Buildings Framework the submission deadline has passed for main contractors, but similar opportunities exist for specialist contractors and materials manufacturers to supply the winning firms working across the six lots based on project type:

Lot 1 - Built environment & general infrastructure
Lot 2 - Urban regeneration
Lot 3 - International
Lot 4 - High rise
Lot 5 - Defence
Lot 6 - Environmental and sustainability technical services

At £1.1 billion, the Fusion21 Workplace and Facilities Framework (Project ID: 20423900) is the third most valuable framework which will run for four years to 2025. Designed to meet the facilities management needs of a wide range of public sector organisations in the blue-light, central government, education, health, housing and local authority sectors, the framework is closely aligned with market requirements.

The procurement group has awarded seventeen firms on the principle contractor Lot, 10 firms as managing agents, and 24 for specialist M&E services. The framework is split into six lots which include:

Lot 1 - FM Principal Contractor (Bundled/TFM)
Lot 2 - FM Managing Agent
Lot 3 - Cleaning and Washroom Services
Lot 4 - Security Services
Lot 5 - Waste Management
Lot 6 - Building Engineering Services (M&E)

Upcoming framework tenders

The £1 billion four-year Construction Consultancy Services 3 framework for the NHS Shared Business Service (SBS) is due to be tendered this September and will start in April 2022.

The framework which will replace the current version of the framework (Project ID: 17163489) which runs out in March next year and will cover a wide range of jobs including:

  • Architectural Services (including Lead Consultant and Contract Administration roles)
  • Project Management
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Quantity Surveyor
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health (MEP) Services
  • Principal Designer Services
  • Building Surveyors
  • Health and Safety
  • Environmental Consultants (incl. BREEAM and SKA)
  • Energy Efficiency and Associated Products
  • Fire Engineering
  • Healthcare Planning
  • Modular and MMC Consultancy
  • Multidisciplinary team
  • Ancillary Services

Cambridgeshire County Council has opened applications for a £150 million construction framework (Project ID: 21180305). Firms have until 1 June to register interest for the three-year framework, which will focus on new-build education capital projects such as primary and secondary schools.

“The framework will cover construction works and will include, but not be limited to, new build, demolitions, capital replacements, extensions, repairs and renovation programs. The successful framework providers will be expected to have a demonstrable track record of providing these services.” the contract notice states.

The framework will run for three years, with an option for a one-year extension. It is divided into four lots, based on level of job values, ranging from £1m-£2.5m to £15m and above, with the lots also subdivided into separate construction and professional services parts.

Glenigan customers can view all new and planned framework opportunities if part of their subscription.

Not a Glenigan customer but would like to take advantage of future frameworks? Please request a free demo where we can show you more details on projects of interest to your business.

PR contact:
Rick Stephens (Content Marketing Lead)
T: 01202 786 859 │ E: rick.stephens@glenigan-old.thrv.uk

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