Success for Speller Metcalfe on £10.5bn NHS framework

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22/12/20

Success for Speller Metcalfe on £10.5bn NHS framework

Speller Metcalfe is very proud to have been named as a supplier on the new NHS Shared Business Services construction framework.

The NHS Public Sector construction works framework is primarily to be used for the procurement of NHS projects but can be used by any public sector body. The framework will be made available free-of-charge to all NHS departments, Blue Light services, schools, universities and local authorities amongst others.

It will cover all types of construction projects, including new build and refurbishment schemes, and is expected to be used to procure more than £10.5bn of work over the life of the framework.

The framework has been divided into five lots by value – up to £2.5m, £2.5m-£5m, £5m-£15m and £15m+ – with the three lower value bands each further split into 12 regional lots.

Speller Metcalfe will work on Lots 1 and 2 for projects valued between £0-£2.5M and £2.5M-£5M in both the west midlands and south west regions.

Speller Metcalfe preconstruction director, James Speller said: “Speller Metcalfe has a long history of working in partnership with the NHS so we are delighted to be appointed to this new framework which will further support delivery of important NHS works.

The agreement offers public sector 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 throughout the midlands and south west.”

Speller Metcalfe is an experienced supplier to the NHS, having completed projects for many different NHS trusts across the country. Most recently they have been appointed to build the new Forest of Dean Hospital in Cinderford for Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust and are currently working at Gloucestershire and Hereford Hospitals.

The framework is now live and will run to 16 December 2023, with the option to extend to 2027.

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