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Whitecode Awarded Place on UK Procurement Framework

17.09.2020, 12:02

Whitecode Awarded Place on UK Procurement Framework

Whitecode Design Associates has been selected for the Procure Partnerships Framework (PPF) which supports public sector bodies to procure construction contractor partners.


Divided into regions, the framework will offer greater flexibility and simplification in terms of public sector procurement. The PPF will allow customers to create bespoke tender events which meet their needs, enabling cost and time savings, and immeasurable social value.

Whitecode has been appointed as a supplier for MEP design in the east of England and sustainability in the east of England and London. This four-year term will open-up numerous opportunities for Whitecode, particularly on projects outside of the capital.

Members of the new framework will have access to contracts valued between £1 million and £25 million and above covering a wide range of public construction projects, including educational institutions, emergency services, the NHS, local authorities, social housing; housing associations, libraries and museums, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD). and other Government departments.

Alex Hill, Whitecode managing director, comments: “We are delighted to learn that Whitecode is part of this landmark framework and excited to be involved with the country’s investment in modern, sustainable and energy efficient practices”.

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