Morgan Sindall Construction has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Construction works and associated services 2/Procure23 (P23) Framework alliance, continuing our longstanding commitment to the health sector.
P23 enables clients to quickly access experienced partners to support excellence in the provision of design and construction services for the NHS estate in England, providing first class new facilities, addressing backlog maintenance and repurposing existing facilities.
The three P23 lots on the framework have set out guidelines for sustainability, as the government approaches their net zero goal, aligned with Morgan Sindall’s own commitment of being carbon net zero by 2030.
CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2020/21, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04bn - supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.
The new commercial agreement recognises the importance of public sector construction as a key driver of economic recovery, providing health bodies in England with a new route to market for construction works and associated services, and helping the UK to build back better. It adopts the principles of the Construction Playbook, rationalising frameworks in an innovative and collaborative partnership approach between CCS and NHSE&I.
NHSE&I leads the NHS in England, sets its strategic direction through the NHS Long Term Plan, and funds key priorities for improvement. P23 is the fourth generation of the ProCure route to market for the provision of design and construction services to NHS capital projects in England, with an estimated cumulative value of £9bn over its four-year lifespan.
Alex Isted, Integrated Strategic Business director at Morgan Sindall Construction said:
“Through our appointment to ProCure23 we are looking forward to continuing our journey within the sector, utilising our skills and expertise to provide sustainable buildings that support and enhance clinical outcomes, benefiting the communities in which we live.
Innovation runs through everything we do and our learnings from previous projects will contribute to ensuring that the future of the NHS estate creates a user-focused, high quality environment whilst also supporting long-term sustainability goals.”
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