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Nine scoop £1bn government fit-out job

Nine firms have scooped a place on a £1bn major fit-out framework across the HM Revenue and Customs estate.

Bam Construction, BW Interiors, Interserve, ISG fit-out, Mace, Overbury, Shaylor, Styles & Wood and Wates have landed a place on the four-year framework.

The framework forms part of the government hubs programme and will see firms oversee the structural reorganisation of the current government estate.

HMRC will see its current 170 offices whittled down to 13 new regional hubs in what is described as a “considerable consolidation programme”. The new hubs will each be equipped with digital infrastructure and training facilities.

The contract notice for the £1bn programme will require contractors to undertake fit-out works for the hubs programme, which includes wider government departments as well as HMRC.

The HMRC hubs framework is part of a wider government programme to transform the public estate by “accommodating departmental workforces in shared regional hubs and supporting office estate”.

Government Hubs Fit-Out Framework

Lot 1: National lot for projects

  • Interserve
  • Mace
  • Overbury

Lot 2: Northern lot for projects below £25m

  • Bam Construction
  • Interserve
  • ISG fit-out
  • Mace
  • Overbury
  • Shaylor
  • Styles & Wood
  • Wates

Lot 3: Southern lot for projects below £25m

  • Bam Construction
  • Interserve
  • ISG fit-out
  • Mace
  • Overbury
  • Shaylor
  • Wates

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