Winners revealed for £1.6bn NHS modular framework

Grant Prior 1 year ago
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A raft of offsite construction specialists have won places on the £1.6bn NHS Shared Business Services modular construction framework.

The deal starts this month and will run for four years until July 2023.

The framework can be used by a range of public sector clients in the education, healthcare and residential sectors and the winning firms are:

  • Actaccom Ltd
  • Inivos Ltd T/A Health Spaces
  • Reds10 (UK) Limited
  • AV Danzer Limited
  • Merit Holdings Limited
  • Rollalong Ltd
  • Caledonian Modular Ltd
  • ModPods international Ltd
  • Space Quantum Company Ltd
  • Catfoss Group Manufacturing
  • Modular 360
  • The McAvoy Group Limited
  • Claritas Group Ltd
  • ModuleCo Healthcare Ltd
  • Thurston Group Limited
  • Collinson PLC, T/A Collinson Construction
  • ModuleCo Ltd
  • Vanguard Healthcare Solutions Limited
  • Cotaplan (Windward Limited)
  • MTX Contracts Ltd
  • Wernick Group (Holdings) Ltd
  • Darwin Group Ltd
  • PKL Group (UK) Ltd
  • Western Building Systems Ltd
  • Elliott Group Ltd
  • Portakabin Limited
  • Zed Pods Limited
  • Extraspace Solutions (UK) Ltd
  • Premier Modular Limited

David Harris, Managing Director of Premier Modular said: “Our teams from across the business collaborated on the bid for this key framework, and it is a major achievement to have succeeded in every lot we applied for and with such high scores.

“This is a very valuable industry benchmark for our performance, environmental commitments, and capabilities for both our permanent, fast-track offsite solutions and temporary modular buildings. Our high scores also demonstrate exceptional value for money for public sector building clients.

“The NHS Shared Business Services framework delivers significant cost and efficiency savings for the public sector. We are delighted to have expanded our presence on the framework with places now in seven different lots – from purpose-designed hospital facilities and health centres, to decant school buildings and extensions, and affordable housing.”

Rollalong managing director Steve Chivers said: “We’re delighted to have been appointed to the framework and we look forward to using our 90 years of experience to deliver high-quality, flexible modular buildings for the public sector.

“One of the advantages of offsite construction is the speed at which projects can be completed, and this framework will additionally speed up the process for public-sector clients.”

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