New £1.6bn healthcare decarbonisation framework: Pagabo announces suppliers

Published: 8-Apr-2024

Kier, Morgan Sindall and Willmott Dixon among 49 firms appointed to UK-based procurement company Pagabo's first £1.6bn decarbonisation framework

Pagabo, a UK-based procurement company, has included Kier, Morgan Sindall and Willmott Dixon among the 49 firms appointed to its first new £1.6bn decarbonisation frameworks dedicated to healthcare schemes. 

Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is serving as the healthcare sector-specialist contracting authority for the framework, which will run for four years.

The suppliers appointed can provide a complete business solution for clients

The suppliers appointed can provide a complete business solution for clients.

This will allow clients to go directly to main contractors to undertake retrofit assessments, work up costs, self-deliver or bring in supply chain partners to deliver schemes, while serving as a single point of contact.

Typical projects may include but are not limited to:

  • Installation of specialist heating
  • Cooling and ventilation systems
  • Installation of renewable energy sources
  • Fabric upgrades
  • Installation of energy saving lighting
  • Replacement of inefficient glazing

The framework has four value banded lots, applicable to the 12 geographical regions, giving a total of 48 sub-lots.

  • Lot 1 – up to £1m
  • Lot 2 – £1m to £5m
  • Lot 3 – £5m to £15m
  • Lot 4 – £15m+

Jason Stapley, Chief Procurement Officer at Pagabo, said: ““Decarbonisation schemes are a common focus across the healthcare industry and its many estates at present, so this framework makes compliant access to specialist, experienced contractors as easy as possible.”

“There are 29 SMEs appointed to this framework, once again demonstrating our commitment to creating opportunity and increasing competition, all in order to lead the way in public and private sector procurement,” Stapley explained. 

There are 29 SMEs appointed to this framework

“Our second new decarbonisation framework that is suited to other sectors will be launching soon too, meaning that a huge number of clients will have even greater support with their net zero projects and strategies,” Stapley concluded.

The 49 companies that have been awarded a place on the new framework (in alphabetical order) are:

  1. AIS Group Companies Ltd
  2. Alternative Heat Ltd
  3. Ashe Construction Ltd
  4. Borras Construction Limited
  5. Briggs & Forrester Special Projects
  6. Building Services NOW Ltd
  7. Cenergist Limited
  8. Classic Builders (South West) Limited
  9. Conamar Building Services Ltd
  10. CorEnergy Limited
  11. CPS Building Services Ltd
  12. EPS Construction Management Ltd
  13. EW Beard Ltd
  14. Eyre Building Services Group Limited
  15. G F Tomlinson Building Limited
  16. G&H Building Services Ltd
  17. Geoffrey Robinson Limited
  18. GRAHAM Asset Management Ltd. (T/A GRAHAM)
  19. GW Power-Safe Ltd
  20. Hobson & Porter Ltd
  21. Irwin M&E Limited
  22. ISG Construction Ltd
  23. Kane Group Building Services Ltd.
  24. Kier Construction Ltd
  25. Logan Construction SE Ltd
  26. McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd
  27. Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure Ltd
  28. Morris & Spottiswood Limited
  29. Neilcott Construction Ltd
  30. Northstone (NI) Limited
  31. Novus Property Solutions Ltd.
  32. Opus Building Services Ltd
  33. Protech Heating Limited
  34. Quinn (London) Limited
  35. R G Carter Ltd
  37. Seddon Construction Limited
  38. Sewell Construction Ltd
  39. Smart Electronic Technologies Ltd t/a Energy Efficient Solutions Group
  41. Stonegrove Ltd
  42. Thomas Sinden Ltd
  43. Tilbury Douglas Construction Limited
  44. Triton Construction Limited
  45. Veolia Energy & Utility Services (UK) Plc
  46. VINCI Construction UK Limited
  47. Vital Energi Solutions Limited
  48. VWG Mechanical Ltd
  49. Willmott Dixon Limited

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