Speller Metcalfe Frameworks

Crown Commercial Services – Construction Works and Associated Services

Delivering a wide range of major and minor building, and civil engineering projects for central government and the wider public sector.

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  • Lots: Lot 2 – £3-10M  (North England)
    Lot 3.2 – £10 – 30M (South England)
    Lot 6.1 – Residential (North England)
  • Region(s): North England, South England
  • Clients we have delivered projects for through the framework: Department of Work and Pensions, His Majesties Revenue and Customs


Crown Commercial Services (CCS) is the biggest public sector procurement organisation in the UK. The Construction Works and Associated Services (CWAS) framework delivers a wide range of major and minor building, and civil engineering projects for central government and the wider public sector.

The framework enables public sector organisations and their arm’s-length bodies to access all types of building and civil engineering works with a flexible contract structure designed to provide solutions for varying customer requirements. It includes advanced, innovative contract arrangements, allowing customers to procure programmes of work as self-managed sub-alliances.

The framework is arranged in 11 lots and sub-lots of varying levels of complexity, with values from £0 – £3m up to £80m+.

Visit Crown Commercial Services Website:  https://www.crowncommercial.gov.uk/



Speller Metcalfe and CCS

Speller Metcalfe is an approved contractor for the delivery of:

  • Lot 2: Construction Works £3 – £10M – North England
  • Lot 3.2: Constructions Works £10 – £30M – South England
  • Lot 6.1: Residential Works – North England


Key benefits include:

  • Flexible approach allows use of all common construction procurement routes;
  • Supports early engagement of the supply chain;
  • Supports the implementation of government policies and strategies;
  • Brings together industry with the end user to promote collaboration;
  • Improves outputs by adopting an innovative framework alliance approach;
  • Promotes innovation and efficiency through the adoption of technology and modern methods of construction (MMC);
  • Supports the use of whole life cost approaches in public sector spending;
  • Introduces government “boilerplate” clauses to standardise industry terms and conditions for best value;
  • Supports a sustainable industry through prompt payment and social value initiatives;
  • Provides access to SMEs at regional level;
  • Complements integrated CCS frameworks for construction professional services, modular building, building materials and facilities management.


The framework supports the implementation of the following government policies and strategies:

  • Building information modelling (BIM)
  • Life cycle cost
  • Prompt payment
  • Project bank accounts
  • Early contractor involvement
  • Aligns suppliers and customers in achieving agreed success measures


Contact Us

Use the form below to directly contact our Frameworks & Partnerships Manager, Jess Munn, to discuss your framework requirements.