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Second £1.6Bn decarbonisation framework launched by Pagabo
- June 7, 2024

National framework provider Pagabo has announced the 56 suppliers appointed to its brand-new £1.6Bn Decarbonisation Solutions Framework, including Morgan Sindall, Kier and Willmott Dixon.

Pagabo recently launched its healthcare specific decarbonisation framework, while this latest instalment will support public sector organisations completing building works in all other sectors.

Kingston upon Hull City Council (HCC) is serving as the contracting authority for the framework, which will run for four years. The suppliers appointed can provide a complete business solution, allowing clients to go directly to main contractors to undertake retrofit assessments, work up costs, self-deliver or bring in supply chain partners to deliver schemes, while serving as a single point of contact.

Typical projects may include but are not limited to installation of specialist heating, cooling and ventilation systems, installation of renewable energy sources, fabric upgrades, installation of energy saving lighting, and replacement of inefficient glazing.

The framework has four value banded lots, applicable to the 12 geographical regions, giving a total of 48 sub-lots.

  • Lot 1 – up to £1m
  • Lot 2 – £1m to £5m
  • Lot 3 – £5m to £15m
  • Lot 4 – £15m+

Jason Stapley, chief procurement officer at Pagabo, said: “Both of our new Decarbonisation Solutions Frameworks received strong interest from suppliers and clients alike, ready to begin supporting successful energy efficiency projects across the public sector building stock.

“Announcing the successful suppliers for this framework comes hot on the heels of naming the suppliers for the healthcare specific framework earlier in the month. This version, with Kingston upon Hull City Council as the contracting authority, includes 32 SMEs which is more than half of the total number of suppliers appointment. Decarbonisation is a specialist service meaning that it was more important than ever to ensure the very best businesses were identified, which includes various SMEs in addition to some of the larger organisations too.

“With the growing focus on the role decarbonisation has to play in working towards and meeting net zero goals, we know that this framework – and its healthcare sister offering – will be well utilised by clients, helping them to meet their individual goals while working towards bigger picture goals at the same time.”

The first decarbonisation framework, which has Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) serving as the healthcare sector specialist contracting authority was launched by Pagabo earlier in April.

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