Speller Metcalfe wins places on government’s new £30bn construction framework

Speller Metcalfe

Regional contractor Speller Metcalfe has been named as a supplier on the Government’s new Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Construction Works and Associated Services framework.

The massive new procurement agreement is the Government’s first cross-public sector framework and is available to all public sector organisations to find companies to build schools, hospitals, offices, houses, universities, prisons and more. A total of £30BN of work is expected to be delivered through the framework over a seven year period.

The framework is made up of 11 lots broken down into 38 regional sub-lots and includes general construction works, civil engineering, residential, high-rise accommodation, airside and maritime works. Speller Metcalfe has been named on three lots which will cover general construction and residential works valued from £3m-30m.*

Speller Metcalfe pre-construction director James Speller said: “Securing places on the Crown Commercial Services framework is fantastic news for Speller Metcalfe and will provide us with a wealth of new public sector opportunities in our key sectors and regions.

“Our appointment reflects the quality of service and value for money Speller Metcalfe provides and cements our position as a key construction provider for the public sector. We are looking forward to collaborating with new and existing clients through the framework and using our extensive experience to deliver high quality, sustainable building projects over the next seven years.”

Moving into 2020 Speller Metcalfe continue to focus on long-term frameworks as part of their key business strategy and their spots on the CCS framework complement recent appointments to the Bromford Construction Partnership, Pagabo Medium Works framework and the universities of Worcester, Warwick and Oxford construction frameworks.

*Crown Commercial Services Framework lots awarded to Speller Metcalfe as of 09.01.2020
Lot 2.1- North England (Construction Works £3m-£10m)
Lot 3.2 – South England (Constructions Works £10m-£30m)
Lot 6.1 – North England (Residential Works)
CCS have not yet announced suppliers for all of the 38 lots – all remaining lots are expected to be announced in due course.