Place secured on Pagabo Major Works Framework
The framework, which launches in April 2020, provides Ashe the opportunity to procure work valued from £5m to £15m across the South East of England.
The place on this Major Works Framework is the second framework Ashe have secured with Pagabo, having previously been awarded a position on the Medium Works Framework in February 2019. With both Pagabo frameworks secured, Ashe can now look to procure work valued between £1m to £15m across 22 geographical regions.
“It’s an exciting start to 2020” said Ian Robbins, Managing Director at Ashe Construction. “Having won 4 projects on the Pagabo Medium Works Framework in 2019, this new Major Works Framework offers the opportunity to secure higher valued projects throughout one of our key working areas.”
The 4 projects secured on the Pagabo Medium Works Framework to date are:
- Campion High School, Leamington Spa – £6.4m (CGI images above)
- Heathcote School – Summer Works, Warwick – £100k
- Edward Peake Middle School, Biggleswade – £5.1m
- CISIC Building, New City College, Rainham – £8.5m
To be considered for Pagabo’s Major Works Framework, contractors were required to prove strong finances, relevant experience and echo Pagabo’s passion for social value, supporting SMEs, and technology. Winning contractors were selected through a rigorous OJEU compliant tender process.
Matt Brandon, Bid Manager at Ashe Construction, was asked about the procurement for the new framework and said: “This is the 6th framework place we have won in recent years, and to have been awarded a position on this Major Works Framework proves the hard work and commitment of our Pre-Construction team is all worthwhile.”
For further information on the Pagabo Major Works Framework or for any other enquiries please contact Andrew Morris at: Andrew.email@example.com