Speller Metcalfe named on £2.5bn Procure Partnerships framework

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Speller Metcalfe named on £2.5bn Procure Partnerships framework

Regional contractor Speller Metcalfe has been named as a supplier on Procure Partnerships new national Minor Works framework.

The public sector framework is divided into 10 regions, each of which is split into two value bands; £0.5m – £1m and £1m – £4m. Speller Metcalfe will work on Lots 8 and Lots 16 for projects valued £1m-£4m in both the west midlands and south west regions

Procure Partnerships’ director, Robbie Blackhurst, has said that the framework is set to offer a £2.5bn pipeline over the next four years.

Clients will be able to award projects via three call-off options; two-stage mini competition, single-stage competitive tender and direct award. The framework is free to access and can be used by all public sector bodies.

Organisations expected to use the framework include universities, housing providers, local authorities, NHS Trusts and blue light providers.

Speller Metcalfe preconstruction director, James Speller said: “We are delighted to be working with Procure Partnerships on this important new Minor Works frameworks, with our successful bid demonstrating our extensive experience of delivering high-quality, value-for-money public sector construction projects.

“The agreement offers clients a flexible, compliant and cost-effective procurement option which will bring us exciting opportunities to partner with both new and existing clients across our key areas of operation.”

The Procure Partnerships news follows Speller Metcalfe’s recent appointment to the Crown Commercial Services’ new £30bn framework – the UK’s first ever cross-Government construction framework which is set to run for 7 years.


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