Bidding starts for Pagabo £1bn medium works deal

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Bidding starts for Pagabo £1bn medium works deal

The Medium Works framework is one of Pagabo’s most popular and active construction procurement routes for clients with 148 projects having been built through it to date.

The next-generation framework will this time be broken up into four value lots rather than three, after the addition of a new smaller project lot to encourage smaller firms.

National Framework for Medium Works 23

Lot 1 – £50k to £500k – total value £50m
Lot 2 – £500k to £1m – total value £190m
Lot 3 – £1m to £5m – total value £390m
Lot 4 – £5m to £10m – total value £370m

Up to six contractors plus three reserves could be allocated to each of the 42 sub-regions, carving up the major seven UK regions.

It will run for four years from January 2023, taking over from the current deal which expires in December.

Jason Stapley, managing director at Pagabo, said: “It’s really important that clients have access to the best providers on the market – not just the big businesses. That’s why we reserve a number of appointments specifically for SMEs.

“We know how important having that choice is to clients, as well as the increased levels of social value and positive impact benefit that comes from working with SMEs particularly on a local level.”

The contracting authority for the framework will be the Education Alliance.

To express an interest in bidding click here. Tenders need to be returned by 15 September, with winners notified on 18 November.

The original line-up of winning contractors in 2019 was:

Pagabo £5m-£10m value band framework partners
North Midlands Southwest London/SE
Conlon Construction Ashe Construction Dawnus Construction Ashe Construction
ENGIE Regeneration ENGIE Regeneration ENGIE Regeneration Clegg Construction
Esh Construction G F Tomlinson Building Interserve Coombs (Canterbury)
G F Tomlinson Building Henry Boot Construction Morgan Sindall Dawnus Construction
Henry Boot Construction Hobson & Porter O’Hare & McGovern ENGIE Regeneration
Henry Brothers Interserve Shaylor Group Geoffrey Osborne
Hobson & Porter John Graham Construction Simons Construction Henry Brothers
Interserve Morgan Sindall Speller Metcalfe Interserve
John Graham Construction NMCN VINCI Construction UK Morgan Sindall
Morgan Sindall Seddon Construction Neilcott Construction
Robertson Shaylor Group O’Hare & McGovern
Seddon Construction Simons Construction R G Carter Construction
Sewell Construction Speller Metcalfe Shaylor Group
Shaylor Group The Casey Group Simons Construction
Simons Construction VINCI Construction UK Speller Metcalfe
The Casey Group VINCI Construction UK
VINCI Construction UK
Scotland Wales Northern Ireland
ENGIE Regeneration ENGIE Regeneration Felix O’Hare & Co.
H&J Martin Henry Brothers H&J Martin
Henry Brothers Interserve Henry Brothers
Interserve Morgan Sindall John Graham Construction
John Graham Construction O’Hare & McGovern Morgan Sindall
Morgan Sindall Seddon Construction O’Hare & McGovern
O’Hare & McGovern VINCI Construction UK

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