Seven contractors appointed for £14bn construction frameworks

WCN Editorial Team 24 Aug 2021 EUROPE BUILDINGS

SCAPE, a public sector procurement specialist, has selected seven contractors for up to £14bn next generation construction frameworks.

Willmott Dixon, John Sisk & Son, Kier, Graham, Morgan Sindall, McLaughlin & Harvey, and Mace have been appointed for the SCAPE Construction framework for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, collectively worth up to £12bn.

Additionally, McLaughlin & Harvey, Morgan Sindall and Kier will deliver the £2bn Scotland Construction framework.

The Scape Scotland Construction framework is the procurement authority’s newly launched framework and will be operated and managed by Scape Scotland.

The company stated that the new frameworks have been designed with close alignment to the Construction Playbook and focus on climate action response through the built environment.

The four-year net zero-ready construction frameworks will accelerate the delivery of new-build and refurbishment projects of all values between 2021 and 2025.

The new frameworks build on the success of the company’s national construction and minor works frameworks, both of which expire next month.

SCAPE acting group procurement director John Simons said: “Our next generation of frameworks are designed to empower the public sector at a time when it is not only playing a critical role in the recovery from the pandemic, but also helping tackle our climate emergency and delivering construction projects that create value for all in society.

“We have built on more than 15 years of experience to bring in new innovations, greater control and choice so that our colleagues in the public sector can meet their increasingly complex and multi-layered objectives, whilst still allowing them to do so through our proactively managed direct award model and its foundations of rigour and compliance.”

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Scape selects seven contractors for £14bn next generation construction frameworks. Credit: bridgesward from Pixabay.

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