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The Procure Partnerships (National Minor Works) Framework Launches

The Procure Partnerships Minor Works framework was successfully piloted in the North West over the past 12 months. Due to this success and interest from clients across England and Wales, Procure Partnerships Framework has successfully conducted a full, OJEU compliant tender process to roll out this successful minor works framework in 10 other regions across England and Wales. This process has now been concluded and as of midnight on Sunday 15thMarch 2020 the Procure Partnerships (National Minor Works) framework is live and has already started procuring its first sub £4m project.

The National Minor Works Framework has a total OJEU Value of £2.5bn, projects can be procured in two value bands; £50,000 to £1m and £1m to £4m. The framework is open and free to access for all public sector bodies including Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, Universities, Blue Light Providers, and Housing Providers. Clients using the framework have the choice of three call off options; two stage mini competition, single stage competitive tender, or direct award. Clients also have the choice of eight call off contracts covering the JCT and NEC suites.

The Procure Partnerships (National Minor Works) Framework is regionally focused across the below 10 lots;

• Procure North East

• Procure Yorkshire

• Procure East Midlands

• Procure East of England

• Procure West Midlands

• Procure South West

• Procure London

• Procure South East

• Procure North Wales

• Procure South Wales

To enquire about using the Procure Partnerships (National Minor Works) Framework clients can contact the relevant regional Key Account Managers, contact details for each of these can be found on our Who We Are page.

“We are delighted to launch the Procure Partnerships (National Minor Works) Framework across England and Wales. Contractors were asked to outline their relevant experience of successfully delivering projects in collaboration with Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, Universities, Blue Light, and Housing Providers as part of the tender process. The standard of tenders was extremely high, and we are confident that we have the best fit minor works contractor partners to deliver public sector projects within each sub-region.” – Robbie Blackhurst (Framework Director)

“We wanted to provide a framework that afforded public sector clients with flexibility whist remaining within the law of compliance which has been achieved through the structure of the framework. The framework is not even 24 hours old and we have already begun to procure our first sub £4m projects through it, which reflects the market need for a strong minor works framework, with local contractors across England and Wales” – Robbie Blackhurst (Framework Director)

“The addition of the Procure Partnerships Minor Works Framework to the previously procured Major Works framework means that we can now offer public sector bodies a one stop shop to compliantly procure contractors to deliver their projects ranging from as little as £50k right up to £100m plus” – Robbie Blackhurst (Framework Director)

The successful contractors in each region can be found at –