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Interserve and Morgan Sindall among winners on £1bn framework

Interserve and Morgan Sindall have both won places on a national framework worth £1bn.

The contractors both secured places on the new Pagabo medium works framework, designed for public sector bodies including schools, NHS organisations, housing associations, leisure providers, libraries and museums.

Pagabo’s framework is broken down into 73 different regional areas across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales (see attachment, below).

Construction project lots range from £250k to £10m with 10 per cent of the total award criteria being judged on social value.

Vinci Construction, Engie Regeneration, Seddon and NMCN (formerly known as North Midland) were also among the winning contractors on the framework. The full list can be found below.

The framework has been set up in addition to other frameworks run by Pagabo, which the framework provider claims gives users a simplified procurement process, speed of appointment, ‘on-time’ delivery and added social value outcomes.

Interserve framework director Don Stewart said: “Interserve is already part of Pagabo’s successful major construction works framework and total car park solutions framework.

“The Pagabo approach is refreshing and we look forward to working in collaboration with them and their end-users over the next three years to provide exceptional value and service.”

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