A 7-year framework delivering a range of major and minor building works for the central government and wider public sector.

Appointed Lots: 1

Contractable Work Values: £0- £3m

Seddon are proud to have been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework, one of the UK’s largest public sector frameworks:

  • Lot 1.1.1: North £0-£3m

The framework is OJEU compliant and arranged in 11 lots of varying levels of complexity and value of work from £0 – £3m up to £80m+. This includes general construction and also specialist market areas:

  • high-rise
  • maritime
  • airfields
  • demolition / decommissioning
  • construction management

Individual lots are divided into regional sub-lots appropriate to the market sector and value range. The lower value lots support direct access to SME suppliers.

Benefits

  • Value for money: Suppliers are chosen based on both quality and cost, ensuring a balanced approach
  • Flexible Approach: A flexible approach allowing the use of all common construction procurement methodologies and supporting early engagement of the supply chain
  • Social Value: Each competition can be tailored to include specific social value elements, such as local supply chain spending, apprenticeship opportunities, and pollution reduction.
  • Expert Support: Benefit from the assistance of an experienced team offering both technical and commercial support.
  • Government Alignment: The framework aligns with and supports the principles outlined in the Government’s Construction Playbook, aimed at maximizing efficiency in public sector contracts.
  • SME Inclusivity: The framework splits lots based on value, location, and specialisms, providing access and opportunities to small and medium-sized enterprises at regional levels, fostering economic growth.
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Seddon are delighted to be appointed on the Clear Futures framework through direct allocation. Seddon and Clear Futures work in collaborative partnership with Bolton Council to deliver regenerative projects, determined to drive positive change and create new opportunities for communities.

Clear Futures is OJEU compliant and helps the public sector deliver transformative projects at speed for the central government and wider public sector:

  • Central Government
  • Local Authorities
  • Local Enterprise Partnerships
  • Health
  • Defence
  • Education
  • Universities
  • The Third Sector

Benefits

  • Flexible approach: Ability to choose client and contract type and work with the Clear Futures team on projects with support always available
  • Delivery: Ability to create sustainable solutions, economic development and social value
  • Support: Provides robust governance and strong leadership to deliver successful short and long-term projects with environmental, community-building and place considerations at its core
  • Open-book approach: Control remains with the customer, and Clear Futures provide insight and expertly created market testing experience to maximise value of assets, community ambitions and stimulate local employability and economic growth
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A fully OJEU-compliant publicly owned and managed framework for the West Midlands.

Appointed Lots: 1

Contractable Work Values: £250k-£5m

Seddon are pleased to have been appointed to be a framework contractor on one of the only 11 UK frameworks to be a member of the National Association of Construction Frameworks (NACF).

  • Lot 1: £250-£5m

Constructing West Midlands is a simple to use, cost-effective framework for use by the public sector in the West Midlands. A collaboration between Acivico Ltd, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Sandwell Metropolitan Borough, the framework has delivered more than £2 billion of projects since 2011.

What works can be delivered?

CWM offers a range of capital works projects to be delivered across the West Midlands:

  • New builds
  • Refurbishments
  • Extensions
  • Fit-outs

Benefits

  • Robust KPIs: All contractor partners must meet stringent KPIs including client satisfaction, cost predictability, time predictability and fair payment conditions
  • Cost Effective: CWM offers significant reductions in procurement costs (typically around 90%) and an average reduction in procurement time of 100-200 days
  • Strong Economic and Social Value commitments: The framework emphasises payment of the Real Living Wage, supports local supply chains, aligns with social value policies by investing in local communities and promoting training and employment opportunities.
  • Sustainability commitments: CWM adopts stringent environmental and sustainability requirements by embodying carbon reduction, waste management, water conservation, and implementing eco-friendly materials and sustainable transport.
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A 3-year framework delivering a range of minor building works for DWP estates across the UK.

Appointed Lots: A, B

Contractable Work Values: £0-£3m

Seddon are delighted to be successfully re-appointed to the latest iteration of DWP Fit Out, Refurbishment, Minor Works, Capex Projects and Life Cycle Works. Seddon are a long-standing contractor for DWP and have been directly awarded around 25 projects in the North West since first iteration of the framework was established

  • Lot A: (Minor Works) £0-£300k
  • Lot B: Life Cycle Work/Capital Work Projects £300k-£3m

The DWP framework provides the successful delivery of schemes for the estates across the UK:

Lot A (Minor Works): All projects are limited to £300k and primarily focuses on providing works on the upkeep od the client.

Works will include but are not limited to:

  • Minor Alterations to the Client Estate
  • Buildings maintenance
  • Adaptations
  • Routine works
  • Individual Life Cycle Work Projects (or programmes)

Lot B (Life Cycle Work/Capital Work Projects: All projects (or programmes) are typically between £300k-£3m to support the general up-keep of the buildings. DWP ensures statutory compliance with safe and effective places for staff to work and clients to visit.

Works include but are not limited to:

  • Fit Out – routine, re-location (lease events led)
  • Refurbishments i.e. walls, ceilings etc.
  • Redecorations
  • Replacement of end-of-life mechanical and electrical assets.
  • Fabric Refurbishments
  • Upgrades of existing space
  • Programmed regional works for asset replacement such as Roofs, Lifts, HVAC into Programmes
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A 4-year innovative framework providing a first-fabric approach to support the design and delivery of energy efficiency measures to the public sector.

Appointed Lots: 2

Contractable Work Values: £1-£5m

Seddon are delighted to have been appointed to this innovative decarbonisation framework, to provide improvement works to a range of public sector buildings.

  • Lot 2 North West and Mids £1-£5m

Fusion21 is a social enterprise focusing on efficient and impactful public sector procurement, with a strong belief in social value running through every project.

Lot 2 focuses on the decarbonisation of public and education buildings, including education (schools, colleges and universities), health (hospitals, mental health facilities, surgeries, care homes) and the wider public sector (civic, office and mixed use, retail, museums, libraries and theatres and community and recreation centres).

Works include but are not limited to:

  • Fabric Improvement measures
  • Insulation systems
  • External works e.g. windows & doors
  • Renewable energy systems
  • Solar photovoltaic and battery storage systems
  • Heat pumps
  • Building improvements/refurbishments including roofing

Benefits

  • Accreditation: Seddon and other appointed suppliers are PAS2035:2019 compliant and Trustmark accredited
  • Geographical coverage: Lots are categorised by region and at a local level across the UK
  • Sustainability commitment: Fusion21 will help develop net zero roadmaps, reducing emissions and maximising cost savings
  • Flexible approach: Call-off options provides the option of either direct award of further competition
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A 3-year construction framework for the public sector across the North West.

Appointed Lots: 1

Contractable Work Values: £3-£8m

Seddon are pleased to have secured a place on the latest iteration of the Medium Value Construction Framework to deliver construction works for the public sector in the North West.

The NWCH is one of the UK’s highest performing public sector capital procurement frameworks. The NWCH transports project delivery and reshapes best practice in construction procurement for North West’s public sector. Established in 2009 to respond to Central Government’s drive to improve the public sector, they have since delivered over 470 projects with a £2.79bn value.

The medium value framework will include much needed but not limited to, refurbishments, extensions and new builds for long-term and new clients in the public sector.

This includes:

  • Local Authorities
  • Local Government
  • Blue Light Authorities
  • Universities and Colleges
  • NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Housing Trusts
  • Transport Boards
  • Free Schools and Academies

Benefits

  • Value for money: Both price and quality are included in a rigorous selection process to appoint Constructor Partners to the framework. Competitive best value rates are ensured due to open book principles
  • No fee: The client pays no direct fee to use the frameworks that have been re-procured.
  • Flexible: Client can choose the type of contract on the basis of it being partnering and collaborative. Depending on the needs of the project, procurement can be decided to take place from RIBA Stage 0 through to Stage 4
  • Tried and tested: The first framework was launched in 2010, with two more shortly following. All three frameworks have been re-procured due to their success with a high percentage of repeat clients
  • Quick and efficient process: Saving the client’s time and effort by providing a structured pre-qualification process. This provides a contractor a minimum of six weeks if the project is demanding
  • Developed by the Public Sector: The framework has been developed and reviewed by public sector organisations who understand the requirements for their peers
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A four-year framework streamlining procurement and advocating best value for mid-sized construction projects for the public sector.

Appointed Lots: 1,2,3,4

Contractable Work Values: £50k- £10m

Seddon are proud to successfully be re-appointed a place on Pagabo’s latest iteration of the Medium Works Framework. The Lots are split by value and county across the North West and Midlands:

  • Lot 1: £50k-£500k
  • Lot 2: £500k-£1m
  • Lot 3: £1m-£5m
  • Lot 4: £5m-£10m

Pagabo’s National Medium Works framework is popular amongst their clients to provide them with the services to collaboratively deliver mid-sized projects. With 148 projects completed to date, Medium Works is a fully PCR compliant framework for a full range of building works across the country. Pagabo frameworks are recommended by 93% of clients and suppliers, ensuring successful delivery of a scheme.

Benefits

  • Best Practice: The framework is aligned with the gold standard principles of procurement stated by the Construction Playbook.
  • Flexible: Clients have the choice in the way they award a contract- through Direct Award or by a Further Competition
  • Social Value: Pagabo has a commitment to generate positive social value in our communities
  • Geographical breakdown: Counties and regions are broken down within lots to ensure equal opportunities for contractors across the UK
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A 4-year framework providing innovative, modern solutions through retrofit for buildings in the public sector.

Appointed Lots: 1,2,3,4

Contractable Work Values: £50k-£15m

Seddon are pleased to be re-appointed to the latest iteration of Pagabo’s Refit and Refurbishment framework across the four lots for North West and Midlands.

  • Lot 1: £50-£500k- Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside and West York
  • Lot 2: £500k-£1m- Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside and West York
  • Lot 3: £1m-£5m- Cumbria
    Reserve Supplier*: Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside and West York
  • Lot 4 (Reserve): £5-£15m- Cumbria
    Reserve Supplier*: Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside and West York

*Reserve contractors can be used to Direct Award a project or be added to Further Competition if the client’s project doesn’t achieve the minimum number of positive responses from the core contractors in that specific lot.

Pagabo’s exciting new release of the Refit and Refurbishment framework helping to deliver successful schemes to improve and restore buildings though renovation or incorporate the latest systems. Due to the success of the previous iteration, the total framework value has increased to £1 billion, meeting the ever-growing national client base across the public sector.

Benefits

  • Flexible: Clients have the choice in the way they award a contract- through Direct Award or by a Further Competition
  • Support: Pagabo provides support and advice throughout the project, from feasibility to handover through to completion
  • Social Value: Pagabo has a commitment to generate positive social value in our communities
  • Geographical Coverage: Counties and regions are broken down within lots to ensure equal opportunities for contractors across the UK
  • Transparency: Pagabo’s costs are fully transparent and charged as an agreed percentage of the construction costs
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A 4-year construction framework for the public sector across the North West.

Appointed lots: 1

Contractable work values: £2k- £1m

Seddon are pleased to have secured a place on the latest iteration of the Small Works Construction Framework to deliver construction works for the public sector in the North West.

The North West Construction Hub is one of the UK’s highest performing public sector capital procurement frameworks. The NWCH transports project delivery and reshapes best practice in construction procurement for North West’s public sector. Established in 2009 to respond to Central Government’s drive to improve the public sector, they have since delivered over 470 projects with a £2.79bn value.

The works within the framework can vary from key improvement operations and repairs to emergency works, remedial work and safety works for clients across the public sector.

This includes:

  • Local Authorities
  • Local Government
  • Blue Light Authorities
  • Universities and Colleges
  • NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Housing Trusts
  • Transport Boards
  • Free Schools and Academies

Benefits

  • Value for money: Both price and quality are included in a rigorous selection process to appoint Constructor Partners to the framework. Competitive best value rates are ensured due to open book principles
  • No fee: The client pays no direct fee to use the frameworks that have been re-procured.
  • Flexible & Collaborative: Client can choose the type of contract on the basis of it being partnering and collaborative. Depending on the needs of the project, procurement can be decided to take place from RIBA Stage 0 through to Stage 4
  • Tried and tested: The first framework was launched in 2010, with two more shortly following. All three frameworks have been re-procured due to their success with a high percentage of repeat clients
  • Quick and efficient process: Saving the client’s time and effort by providing a structured pre-qualification process. This provides a contractor a minimum of six weeks if the project is demanding
  • Developed by the Public Sector: The framework has been developed and reviewed by public sector organisations who understand the requirements for their peers
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The second iteration of a four-year framework operating in the North West for public sector bodies.

Appointed Lots: 1, 2

Contractable Work Values: £50k-£5m

Seddon have successfully been re-appointed to the latest iteration of Procure Partnerships North West Contractor Framework:

  • Lot 1: £50k - £1m
  • Lot 2: £1- £5m

After delivering successful projects on their initial framework, Procure Partnerships have renewed their new North West Contractor Framework for another four years. The framework will push the boundaries of procurement in the public sector and help clients deliver strategic targets.  

Clients of the framework will be able to procure works including:

  • New build
  • Refurbishment
  • Fit out
  • Infrastructure
  • Single site / Multi site projects

Benefits

  • Flexible: Clients have the choice in the way they award a contract either through Direct Award or by a Further Competition. They also provide eight different forms of call off contract
  • No Fee: Public sector bodies can access the framework with no fee required
  • Dedicated Support: The team provides support from the start of the procurement process to the end of the project life cycle
  • Social Value: Procure Partnerships ask for a minimum of 12% social value to be delivered, benefiting communities across the UK
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A 4-year construction framework for the public sector across the North West.

Appointed lots: 1

Contractable work values: £1-£4m

Seddon are pleased to have secured a place on the latest iteration of the Low Value Construction Framework to deliver construction works for the public sector in the North West.

The North West Construction Hub is one of the UK’s highest performing public sector capital procurement frameworks. The NWCH transports project delivery and reshapes best practice in construction procurement for North West’s public sector. Established in 2009 to respond to Central Government’s drive to improve the public sector, they have since delivered over 470 projects with a £2.79bn value.

The works within the framework can vary from design and build or construct only for long-term and new clients across the public sector.

This includes:

  • Local Authorities
  • Local Government
  • Blue Light Authorities
  • Universities and Colleges
  • NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Housing Trusts
  • Transport Boards
  • Free Schools and Academies

Benefits

Value for money: Both price and quality are included in a rigorous selection process to appoint Constructor Partners to the framework. Competitive best value rates are ensured due to open book principles

No fee: The client pays no direct fee to use the frameworks that have been re-procured.

Flexible & Collaborative: Client can choose the type of contract on the basis of it being partnering and collaborative. Depending on the needs of the project, procurement can be decided to take place from RIBA Stage 0 through to Stage 4

Tried and tested: The first framework was launched in 2010, with two more shortly following. All three frameworks have been re-procured due to their success with a high percentage of repeat clients

Quick and efficient process: Saving the client’s time and effort by providing a structured pre-qualification process. This provides a contractor a minimum of six weeks if the project is demanding

Developed by the Public Sector: The framework has been developed and reviewed by public sector organisations who understand the requirements for their peers

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Appointed Lots: 12,13,17,18,49,50,51,53,54,55,57,58

Contractable work values: £50-£15m

The second-generation of the biggest framework awarded across the UK for the public sector.

Seddon are delighted to be re-appointed to the Construction discipline lots and successfully awarded places on the new Decarbonisation discipline for four years.

Construction

  • Lot 12 West Mids £1m - £5m
  • Lot 13 West Mids £5m - £15m
  • Lot 17 East Mids £1m - £5m
  • Lot 18 East Mids £5m - £15m

Decarbonisation

  • Lot 49 North West £50k - £1m
  • Lot 50 North West £1m - £5m
  • Lot 51 North West £5m - £15m
  • Lot 53 West Mids £50k - £1m
  • Lot 54 West Mids £1m - £5m
  • Lot 55 West Mids £5m - £15m
  • Lot 57 East Mids £50k - £1m
  • Lot 58 East Mids £1m - £5m

The Procure Partnerships National Framework is on its second iteration, after a successful delivery of projects during 2019-2023. The transformative framework now has a value of £8 billion with 3 added disciplines: Decarbonisation and Retrofit, Demolition and Site Preparation, and Infrastructure.

Procure Partnerships has  extensive experience in procurement and technical project delivery as well as their dedication to delivering social value ensures the success of projects in the public sector.

Benefits

  • Flexible: Clients have the choice in the way they award a contract either through Direct Award or by a Further Competition. They also provide eight different forms of call off contract
  • Geographical Location: Following the framework values, the framework is divided regionally to support local delivery with national governance
  • No Fee: Public sector bodies can access the framework with no fee required
  • Dedicated Support: The team provides support from the start of the procurement process to the end of the project life cycle
  • Social Value: Procure Partnerships ask for a minimum of 12% social value to be delivered, benefiting communities across the UK
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