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Details revealed for £1.4bn Scape framework

Procurement has begun for a £1.4bn construction framework covering the Midlands and East of England.

Scape’s four-year, 10-lot regional construction framework will be used by local authorities.

It will replace the East Midlands Property Alliance framework, which will complete this year, and the Smarte East deal, which expired in 2015.

Market awareness days for the new framework will be held in March, after which a formal contract notice will be issued.

Building works in sectors including education, housing, health and defence will be delivered under the framework.

Associated mechanical, electrical and other services may be required as part of the deal.

See a full breakdown of the framework below.

Regional construction framework:

Lot 1: Midlands north – Lower (valued at £60m-£90m):

For projects worth up to £500k.

Lot 2: Midlands north  Intermediate (valued at £140m-£160m): 

For projects worth £350k-£2m.

Lot 3: Midlands south  Lower (valued at £40m-£60m):

For projects worth up to £500k

Lot 4: Midlands south  Intermediate (valued at £80m-£100m):

For projects worth £350k-£2m.

Lot 5: Midlands (north/south)  Upper (valued at £250m-£350m):

For projects worth £1m-£5m.

Lot 6: East of England north  Lower (valued at £60m-£90m):

For projects worth up to £500k.

Lot 7: East of England north Intermediate (valued at £140m-£160m):

For projects worth £350k-£2m.

Lot 8: East of England south  Lower (valued at £40m-£60m):

For projects worth up to £500k.

Lot 9: East of England south  Intermediate (valued at £80m-£100m):

For projects worth £350k-£2m.

Lot 10: East of England (north/south)  Upper (valued at £250m-£300m):

For projects worth £1m-£5m.

Construction News revealed in December last year the raft of big names lining up to scoop a place on Scape’s £7bn national construction framework.

It is understood Bouygues, Galliford Try, Graham Construction, Interserve, Kier, Morgan Sindall, Ogilvie Construction, Robertson, Wates and Willmott Dixon are among the firms that have been invited to tender for places on the multi-lot deal.

The framework is valued at between £5.3bn and £7bn and is divided into three regional lots and two national lots.

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