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United Kingdom-Leeds: Construction work
Prior information notice
This notice is for prior information only
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-of-health-and-social-care
Section II: Object
ProCure 2020 (P2020) National Framework for Design and Construction in England
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) as the contracting authority intends to put in place in conjunction with NHS England/Improvement a framework agreement for the provision of design and construction works and services specifically within a health and/or social care environment. The new framework (P2020) is to be the successor to the existing ProCure 22 (P22) framework which is due to end in September 2020.
P2020 is intended as a collaborative procurement method, allowing NHS Trusts to use a framework of principal supply chain partners (framework suppliers) to deliver their capital investment schemes using common principles, practices and tools. The PSCP represents the interests of a broad range of supply chain members involved in the strategic planning, design and construction of capital investment schemes for the NHS from the start of design to completion of build and handover.
The capital investment schemes for the NHS largely consist of the design and construction of new hospitals and refurbishment of existing structures, clinical and specialist facilities (i.e. primary care facilities, community hospitals, cardio-thoracic units, mental health facilities et al) and from master/healthcare planning through design to completion of build and handover of any capital investment required to meet the strategic business objectives of the DHSC and its associated arms length bodies, NHS or other organisations delivering health or social care. The framework is intended to inspire and support operator initiatives such as investment in sustainability, carbon management and usage as well as supporting the delivery of the health infrastructure plan. See link below:
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
DHSC and NHS England/Improvement is planning to hold a supplier briefing event the purpose of which is to engage with organisations in the industry and provide an opportunity to:
— obtain a clear understanding of what business outcomes DHSC and NHS England /Improvement require and ask questions regarding the proposed structure of the new framework and scope of work,
— to obtain market views, thoughts and ideas on how to develop a lot structure and contracting vehicles to maximise market interest, innovation and value for money.
The Webinar will be held on 17.1.2020 at 10.30
To participate in the Webinar please register at:
Joining instructions and access to the Webinar will be sent to those who register for the Webinar 24 hours before the Webinar starts.
Suppliers who would like to participate in potential subsequent engagements DHSC and NHS England/Improvement might undertake after the Webinar, including 1:1’s and larger multi-supplier engagements should email: email@example.com These engagements are specifically intended to influence the strategy development for major construction schemes and projects as described in the health infrastructure plan referred to above.
The DHSC is committed to supporting the government's drive to open competition and increase opportunities for small and medium enterprises (SME) suppliers. The DHSC would encourage all SMEs to participate in this market engagement exercise.
The DHSC reserves the right not to commence any formal procurement process, discontinue any procurement it commences and not to award any framework agreements.