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Cabinet Office design services winners: the full list

The Crown Commercial Service has selected 32 professional services firms for its project management & full design team services framework (PMFDTS).

The framework, also known as RM3741, is designed to help central and local government procure project management, design and advisory services for their property and construction projects. Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is an executive agency of the Cabinet Office, supporting the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value in procurement.

The PMFDTS framework agreement will run for an initial two years with an option to extend for a further 1+1 years. 

The OJEU value of this agreement is between £1.612bn and £2.875bn for the life of the agreement.

The framework is divided into six lots, according to services offered. The winners in each lot are listed below.

 

 

Lot 1 – Multi-Disciplinary Services

Aecom

AHR Architects

Amec Environment & Infrastructure UK

Arcadis

Capita Property and Infrastructure

Deloitte

Faithful & Gould

Gardiner & Theobold

Gleeds Advisory Services

Kier Business Services

Mace

McBains Cooper Consulting

Mott Macdonald

Ridge & Partners

Turner & Townsend Project Management

WYG Management Service

 

Lot 2 – Project Management Services

Arcadis

Capita Property & Infrastructure

Faithful & Gould

Gleeds Advisory Services

Jacobs UK

Lend Lease Consulting (Europe)

Mace

Ridge & Partners

Sweet (now Currie & Brown)

Turner & Townsend Project Management

WSP UK

 

Lot 3 – Architectural Services

AHR Architects Ltd

Amec Environment & Infrastructure UK

Atkins

Building Design Partnership

Capita Property & Infrastructure

CH2M

Kier Business Services

McBains Cooper Consulting

Norr Consultants

Pick Everard

 

Lot 4 – Cost Management Services

Aecom

Arcadis

Gleeds Advisory Services

Jacobs UK

Lend Lease Consulting (Europe)

Long O'Donnell Associates

Mace

McBains Cooper Consulting

Pick Everard

Rider Levett Bucknall

Turner & Townsend Cost Management

 

Lot 5 – Civil & Structural Engineering Services

Amec Environment & Infrastructure UK

Atkins

Building Design Partnership

CH2M

Kier Business Services

Mott Macdonald

Pell Frischman Consulting Engineers

Pick Everard

Sweco UK

WSP UK

WYG Management Service

 

Lot 6 – Building Services Engineering

Atkins

Building Design Partnership

CH2M

Hoare Lea

Mott Macdonald

NPS Property Consultants

Pick Everard

Ridge & Partners

Sweco UK

WSP UK

WYG Management Service

 

Mark Holmes, Mace’s chief operating officer for consultancy, said: “This new framework will simplify procurement of a wide range of project management, design and advisory services for a big proportion of Britain’s public sector. Mace’s places on the framework will give us access to new clients, as well as helping existing clients procure our services in a more streamlined and straightforward way.

“Simpler public sector procurement can only be a good thing – as well as helping to push forward specific projects, it will contribute to wider British economic growth and support the government’s emerging industrial strategy.”

Gleeds director Jonathan Stewart said: “This framework will enable public sector bodies to access comprehensive ‘inception to occupation’ professional services from Gleeds for all of their construction projects. We are very proud to have secured three lots on this prestigious framework, and delighted to offer public sector clients a quick and simple means of appointing us in order to help them deliver projects to the highest standards of quality and value for money.”

 

 

 

MPU

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This article was published on 20 Jun 2017 (last updated on 21 Jun 2017).

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