Kier, Vinci, Morgan Sindall among contractors awarded £1.6bn retrofit framework

Hull Guildhall, city`s old courts and cells, Kingston upon Hull. Kingston upon Hull City Council is serving as the contracting authority for the Pagabo framework.
Kingston upon Hull City Council is the contracting authority for the framework (Image: Burnstuff2003 via

Kier, Vinci and Morgan Sindall are among the 56 companies appointed by procurement provider Pagabo to a £1.6bn decarbonisation solutions framework.

The scheme will support public sector organisations in delivering retrofitting projects across the public sector building stock. These include the installation of renewable energy sources and energy-saving lighting, and the replacement of inefficient glazing.

Kingston upon Hull City Council is serving as the contracting authority for the framework, which will run for four years.

Other tier 1 contractors included in the scheme include Willmott Dixon, Equans, ISG and Tilbury Douglas. It also includes 32 SMEs.

The suppliers appointed can provide a complete business solution, allowing clients to go directly to main contractors to undertake retrofit assessments, work up costs, self-deliver or bring in supply chain partners to deliver schemes while serving as a single point of contact.

The framework has four value banded lots, applicable to the 12 geographical regions, giving a total of 48 sub-lots.

  • Lot 1 – up to £1m
  • Lot 2 – £1m to £5m
  • Lot 3 – £5m to £15m
  • Lot 4 – £15m+

Earlier in April, Pagabo launched a healthcare-specific decarbonisation framework, with Great Ormond Street Hospital as the contracting authority.

Jason Stapley, chief procurement officer at Pagabo, said: “With the growing focus on the role decarbonisation has to play in working towards and meeting net-zero goals, we know that this framework – and its healthcare sister offering – will be well utilised by clients, helping them to meet their individual goals while working towards bigger picture goals at the same time.”

The full list of companies awarded a place on the framework is:

  • AIS Group Companies Ltd
  • Alternative Heat Ltd
  • Ashe Construction Ltd
  • Baxall Construction Limited
  • Borras Construction Limited
  • Briggs & Forrester Special Projects
  • Building Services NOW Ltd
  • BW Interiors Ltd
  • Cast Contracts Ltd
  • The Castle Building Services Organisation Ltd
  • CBES Ltd
  • Cenergist Ltd
  • Classic Builders (South West) Ltd
  • Conamar Building Services Ltd
  • CorEnergy Ltd
  • CPS Building Services Ltd
  • Dodd Group (Midlands) Ltd
  • EQUANS Regeneration Ltd
  • EW Beard Ltd
  • Eyre Building Services Group Ltd
  • G F Tomlinson Building Ltd
  • G&H Building Services Ltd
  • Geoffrey Robinson Ltd
  • GMI Construction Group Plc
  • Graham Asset Management Ltd (t/a)
  • GW Power-Safe Ltd
  • Hobson & Porter Ltd
  • Irwin M&E Limited
  • ISG Construction Ltd
  • Kane Group Building Services Ltd
  • Kier Construction Ltd
  • Kind & Company (Builders) Ltd
  • Logan Construction SE Ltd
  • Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure Ltd
  • Morris & Spottiswood Ltd
  • Mulalley and Company Ltd
  • Neilcott Construction Ltd
  • Northstone (NI) Ltd
  • Novus Property Solutions Ltd
  • Opus Building Services Ltd
  • Quinn (London) Ltd
  • R G Carter Ltd
  • Renewable Micro Solutions Ltd
  • Seddon Construction Ltd
  • Sewell Construction
  • Smart Electronic Technologies Ltd
  • Speller Metcalfe Malvern Ltd
  • Thomas Sinden Ltd
  • Tilbury Douglas Construction Ltd
  • Triton Construction Ltd
  • Veolia Energy & Utility Services (UK) Plc
  • VINCI Construction UK Ltd
  • Vital Energi Utilities Ltd
  • VWG Mechanical Ltd
  • Willmott Dixon Ltd
  • Zenith Developments Group
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