Friday, December 9, 2016

News: YORcivil2 framework procurement begins


Tender documents for the YORcivil2 frameworks have been released which will potentially include work on projects across Yorkshire & Humber totalling over £1 billion.

The fully compliant EU Framework for procuring civil engineering contractors to deliver a wide range of services for construction works in the civic estate is split into two lots - North and East and South and West.

The areas are then divided into different lots encompassing potential civil engineering projects of different sizes with a further lot for surfacing works. Coastal works are included in the North and East area.

Sheffield City Council will prequalify firms for the south and west area panel of firms, with a total estimated project value of over £720m over six years.


East Riding of Yorkshire Council is leading the north and east area, which will appoint up to six contractors per lot, with an estimated total up to £324m.

The YORcivil2 frameworks have been established to provide all public sector bodies and third sector organisations in the area with access to quality contractors under best practice partnering arrangements. This includes councils, government departments, combined authorities, NHS bodies, further education establishments and universities.

The four year framework includes the option to be extended for a further two years. It follows from the initial YORcivil framework when contracts were awarded in 2012.

It is intended to have a two month tender period with briefing events to be held in Sheffield on December 12 and in Goole on December 19 for those civil engineering contractors interested in tendering.

Tendering started in 2014 for £2 billion of work under the new YORbuild2 framework, which focuses on new build, refurbishment and design build construction projects for public sector bodies.

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