Amey awarded a place on its sixth public sector framework in under a year

31 January 2023
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Amey, a provider of integrated facilities and asset management services, has been awarded a position on a framework that will help deliver essential enhancements to key public sector estates. 

This is the sixth framework the business has successfully been awarded a place on over the last twelve months, further enabling Amey to deliver essential maintenance and upgrade works for clients in the education, local and national Government, health, and blue light sectors. 

The total framework is worth £1bn and includes four lots covering different value bands - starting at £50k and going up to £10m.  

The provider, Pagabo, supports public sector organisations by providing EU compliant framework agreements. It announced its medium works framework earlier this month which will run for four years and will help clients to procure construction projects valued at up to £10m. 

Paul Lewis, Amey Secure Infrastructure’s Strategic Accounts Director, said: “We are pleased to be awarded a place on this prestigious framework and look forward to working with new customers to enhance their assets and estates.  Our teams use data and benchmarks to create workplaces that are innovative, compliant, and tailored to the preferences of individual users and we are looking forward to applying this way of thinking to a new customer set.” 

This is the second iteration of the framework, which is aligned to the gold standard principles of procurement laid out by the Construction Playbook. 

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