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Scape starts race for £1.4bn Midlands framework

Procurement specialist Scape has officially started the bid race for its new central England small works framework.Scape_2

The four-year regional framework will be used for projects in the Midlands and East of England and is estimated to be worth £1.1bn-£1.4bn.
It will replace the empa framework and previous Smarte East panels of contractors

John Simons, Strategic Procurement Manager, said that in order to secure the best possible outcome for clients, Scape would seek to secure construction services from a strong and diverse mix of contractors.

The two regions are being split into three value lots to attract smaller firms to bid alongside bigger contractors.

Midlands North: Projects up to £500,000 (total spend £60m-£90m); £350,000-£2m (total spend £140m-£160m)
Midlands South: Projects £350,000-£2m (total spend £40-£60m); £350,000-£2m (total spend £80m-£100m)
Midlands (North/South): Projects £1m-£5m (total spend £250m-£300m)
East of England North: Projects up to £500,000 (total spend £60m-£90m); £350,000-£2m (total spend £140m-£160m)
East of England South: Projects up to £500,000 (total spend £60m-£90m); £350,000-£2m (total spend £140m-£160m)
East of England (North/South): Projects £1m-£5m (total spend £250m-£300m)
Scape is aiming to appoint a single contractor for each lot.

Original link - Construction Enquirer