Second iteration of the national Procure Partnerships Framework (PPF) now open to bidders.
The tender documents for the renewal of the framework went live yesterday.
PPF is targeting bidders who can deliver projects in:
- Site Demolition and Site Preparation.
- Decarbonisation and Retrofit (M&E).
This decision came after reviewing market engagement and feedback sessions on 23 January.
The firm, which is based in Liverpool, is also encouraging regional and SME contractors to submit tenders.
The deadline for submissions is noon Friday 2 June, and the framework will run on a four-year term.
This is a national programme that is also broken down into eleven sub-regions, reported The Construction Index.
Bidders are able to choose what sector they want to tender and in what region.
Two-stage, single-stage and direct award call-off methods are available for projects.
PPF supported the delivery of over 400 projects in their first four-year term with the framework.
Client groups supported included:
- Local Authorities
- NHS Trusts
- Education Providers
- Blue Light Providers
“The team at Procure Partnerships Framework are looking forward to engaging with new and existing contractor partners over the new iteration of the Framework,” Faye Dolan, National Framework manager.
“With the addition of the new categories being added, we can provide a more project-specific, tailored list of contractors to current and potential framework users. We are excited to continue providing a quick, and compliant route to contractors for the public sector.”
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