Its new pan-Government collaborative Offsite Construction Solutions framework deal is expected to be worth up to £10bn as more projects swing over to modular designs in the drive to cut costs.
Offsite Construction Solutions will replace the existing £500m modular building solutions agreement secured four years ago by five major suppliers – Caledonian, Elliott, McAvoy, Portakabin and Wernick – and a further 18 smaller-scale players.
The CCS intends to host a bidders day following the launch of the procurement contest that will take place at 11am on 1st September.
This event will detail of the new structure framework and its multi-lot structure covering the built estate including education, health, justice and defence.
Offsite Construction Solutions framework
Lot 1: Built Estate including Education
Lot 1.1: Up to £15m purchase and hire 3D turnkey solutions only – Total value £700m
Lot 1.2: Over £15m 3D turnkey solutions purchase only – Value £700m
Lot 1.3: 2D turnkey solutions purchase only – Value £550m
Lot 2: Healthcare
Lot 2.1: purchase and hire 3D turnkey solutions only – Value £435m
Lot 2.2: 2D turnkey solutions purchase only – Value £750m
Lot 3 Residential Properties – Value £450m
Lot 4: Justice
Lot 4.1 – 3D Turnkey Solutions – Value £1bn
Lot 4.2 – 2D Turnkey Solutions – Value £830m
Lot 5 Defence
Lot 5.1- 3D Turnkey Solutions – Value £2.8bn
Lot 5.2 – 2D Turnkey Solutions – Value £1.3bn
Lot 6: Thermal Efficiency Upgrades – Value £485m
The new seven-year agreement is planned to supersede existing sector deals with the intention that it is used by central Government departments, their arm’s length bodies and the wider public sector including local government and housing associations and charities.
Firms have until 7 October to submit bids. Further information is available from the portal.
Those interested in attending the bidders day should email the CCS listing company name and those wishing to attend by 12pm on 30th August.