Scores of firms win £545m Pagabo M&E framework

Framework provider Pagabo has lined-up 47 suppliers for its new £545m mechanical & electrical solutions framework.

A range of M&E contractors from national firms to regional specialists have secured places on the four-year framework.

The framework is split into three lots, with eight core and four reserve suppliers per lot, per region.

Pagabo M&E framework winners

Absolute Building Services Nottingham
Hargreaves Industrial Services

Bower Fuller
Harrisons Electrical, Mechanical & Property Services

Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services
HE Simm Engineering

Building Services Now

C Watkins

Capital UK Electrics
Irwin M&E

Castle Building Services Organisation
James Mercer Group

Livingston Building Services

Chris Bowker
Meldrum Construction Services

Countrywide Electrical Services
NG Bailey

Dodd Group
Opus Building Services

Domino Commercial Interiors
Orton Electrical Services

Dowds Group
Seddon Construction

East West Connect
SES Engineering Services


EX2 Group
Stan Robinson & Son

Eyre Building Services Group

FES Support Services
TClarke Contracting

Geoffrey Robinson
Tilbury Douglas Engineering

GFA Gastech T/A Quora Group
Torsion Engineering Services

GW Power-Safe

H E Barnes
VVB Engineering (UK)

Hands on Mechanical
VWG Mechanical

Whitehead Building Services

The framework will be available nationally and be split into 12 UK regions.

Lot 1 – Mechanical Works
Lot 2 – Electrical Works
Lot 3 – Mechanical and Electrical Works

Each lot contains four value-banded sub lots.

£50,000 to £500,000
£500,000 to £1m
£1m to £3m
£3m and above

Jason Stapley, chief procurement officer at Pagabo, said: “Framework users will be able to appoint suppliers via direct award or further competition, to provide flexibility.

“As with all of our frameworks, there are a number of places reserved for SMEs.

“In this agreement, 74% of appointments have been awarded to SMEs, which when combined with the regional breakdown ensures fair access for the most appropriate organisations, excellent choice for clients and maximum positive social value for communities.”

Cumbria, Northumberland, and Tyne and Wear NHS (CNTW) is the contracting authority for the new agreement, having also held the same role for Pagabo’s Major Works and Developer-Led frameworks.

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