Government starts race for new £1.2bn modular framework

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November 21, 2018 – The Crown Commercial Service has started the bidding to establish a panel of suppliers to deliver modular buildings for the public sector.

The new ‘uber’ framework for modular buildings is being split into seven lots, including design and build of specialist education and healthcare modules as well as other public sector building.

Half of the lots in the new framework will also cover hire only arrangements.

CCS Modular Buildings Framework Alliance
Lot Lot name and description Number of places
1 Purchase of Education related Modular Buildings 10
2 Purchase of Healthcare related Modular Buildings 10
3 Hire of Education related Modular Buildings 10
4 Hire of Healthcare related Modular Buildings 10
5 Hire or Purchase of non-Education and non-Healthcare related Modular Buildings
Capital cost up to £750k or hire cost of up to £150k
10
6 Hire or Purchase of non-Education and non-Healthcare related Modular Buildings
Capital cost from £750k to £3.5m or hire cost from £150k to £700k
10
7 Hire or Purchase of non-Education and non-Healthcare related Modular Buildings
Capital cost greater than £3.5m or hire cost greater than £700k
10

It is understood the new framework will supersede the existing Department for Education and Skills framework established this year.

According to the CCS winning preferred modular building suppliers can expect orders of up to £522m over the next four years, with the healthcare sectors also estimated to spend £72m and other public sector build orders anticipated to exceed £40m.

The new panel will be appointed from March next year.

Further information and prequalification documents can be accessed through the Government Contracts Finder site.

Source:-https://www.constructionenquirer.com/2018/11/21/race-starts-for-1-2bn-cross-government-modular-framework/

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