Pagabo announces 94 suppliers on £1bn framework

Jason Stapley, chief procurement officer at The 55 Group, Pagabo’s parent organisation.

National framework provider Pagabo has announced the appointment of 94 suppliers to its new £1bn Medium Works Framework.

Successor to the original framework launched in 2019, this second installment of the Medium Works Framework includes construction businesses across the country that have experience in projects across all main sectors. 

The appointments include 29 parties that have been reappointed from the first iteration of the framework, including a range of regional and national contractors.   

This framework will run for four years until 2027 and it will provide a compliant and collaborative route to market for public sector clients to procure medium-sized construction projects valued at up to £10m. 

Jason Stapley, chief procurement officer at The 55 Group, Pagabo’s parent organisation, said: “Our latest announcement sees the return of our popular Medium Works Framework – one of our most active construction offerings, which has seen more than 160 projects procured through it to date. 

“This time, we’ve increased the total number of suppliers by 50 and are expecting to see the results from the old framework improved upon.  

“The new iteration of the framework is aligned with all of the gold standard principles of procurement laid out by the Construction Playbook, ensuring that all clients and suppliers will be working at the forefront of industry best practice when it comes to their built environment projects. 

“An example of this being through client organisations and appointed contractors being able to use a free version of Loop’s social value software for all procured projects. This simple benefit making it easier to report on and demonstrate the important social value being generated in our communities.”  

Pagabo has appointed 94 core and reserve suppliers across the four framework lots, which cover value bands starting at £50k and going up to £10m. This provides ample supplier choice for clients, with the geographical breakdown also providing equal opportunities to SMEs alongside large organisations.  

The 94 companies that have been awarded a place on the new framework (in alphabetical order) are: 

  • 8 build Limited 
  • Alcema Limited 
  • Amey Community Limited 
  • Amiri Construction Ltd 
  • Arc Group London Ltd 
  • Ash Contracting Ltd  
  • Ashe Construction Ltd 
  • Ballast Nedam Parking Ltd 
  • Baxall Construction 
  • Bermar Building Co Ltd 
  • Borras Construction Ltd 
  • Bray & Slaughter Ltd 
  • Breheny Civil Engineering Ltd 
  • Britcon (UK) Limited 
  • Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd 
  • Building Services Now Ltd 
  • C Watkins Plumbing 
  • C. Wynne & Sons Limited  
  • Carmelcrest Ltd 
  • CBES Ltd 
  • Classic Builders (South West) Limited 
  • Conamar Building Services 
  • Conlon Construction Limited  
  • Construction North Group Ltd  
  • D&G Builders and Joiners Ltd 
  • Diamond Build Plc 
  • E G Carter & Co Ltd 
  • E Manton Limited 
  • Eric Wright Construction Ltd 
  • Esh Construction Limited 
  • EW Beard Ltd 
  • F Parkinson Limited 
  • Felix O'Hare & Co. Ltd 
  • Fleming Buildings Ltd 
  • Foster Property Maintenance Ltd 
  • FP McCann Ltd 
  • G F Tomlinson Building Limited 
  • Geoffrey Robinson Limited 
  • GMI Construction Group Plc 
  • Goldbeck Construction Ltd. 
  • Greenmount Projects Limited 
  • GS Kelsey Construction Ltd 
  • H&J Martin Ltd 
  • Helix CMS Limited 
  • Henry Boot Construction Limited  
  • Henry Brothers Midlands Limited 
  • Hobson & Porter Limited 
  • Houghton & Son Ltd 
  • Inside Out Developments Ltd 
  • Interclass Plc 
  • Jamieson Contracting (NW) Limited  
  • Jarvis Contracting Ltd 
  • Jeakins Weir Ltd. 
  • JN Bentley Ltd 
  • Kier Construction Limited 
  • Krol Corlett Construction Ltd 
  • Lindum Group 
  • Linear Design & Construct 
  • Logan Construction SE Ltd 
  • Maurice Flynn & Sons Ltd 
  • MC Designers Group Ltd 
  • McLaren Construction Ltd. 
  • McPhillips (Wellington) Limited 
  • Meldrum Construction Services Group Ltd 
  • Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd 
  • Morris and Spottiswood Ltd 
  • Mountjoy Ltd. 
  • Neilcott Contruction Ltd 
  • Nevada Construction Limited 
  • Ogilvie Group Ltd 
  • Pentaco Construction Limited 
  • R G Carter Cambridge Ltd  
  • RJ McLeod (Contractors) Limited 

Stapley continued: “There was a conscious effort to ensure an SME presence in the second generation of our Medium Works Framework and this is proven by 66% falling into that category. 

“We know it can be tough for the smaller contractors to compete with the industry's largest companies, so we aim to make our frameworks a vehicle for all to flourish. 

“It’s important to remember that some of the SMEs today will be industry leaders of tomorrow given the opportunities to deliver for new clients.” 

The Education Alliance will be the contracting authority for the new agreement, continuing its role from the current iteration of the framework.

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