nmcn (formerly North Midland Construction Plc) has been awarded a place on a prestigious framework creating improved efficiency in public sector construction.
The new Pagabo Medium Works Framework is a national framework specialising in public sector procurement for construction projects with individual values of up to £10m. nmcn has been awarded a place on lots two and three, to cover projects across Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Rutland.
The construction company has been named on the national Pagabo Framework which is aimed at enabling public sector construction projects to overcome traditional barriers which can lead to delays in public sector procurement.
John Homer, nmcn Chief Executive, said: “We’re committed to helping our clients find better ways of working and to overcome some of the traditional difficulties faced by public sector construction projects.
“Being part of this framework will enable us to do things differently and demonstrate once again our expertise in delivering a wide range of high-quality public sector projects and are reflective of our strong ambitions for growth.”
Pagabo chief executive Simon Toplass said: “The Medium Works Framework sits firmly within our impressive family of construction frameworks that consider construction as a service and not just as a product.
“We constantly hear from our clients that they’re not just buying a building, but they want a service that gets them to the outcomes they want. Medium Works, like all of our frameworks, simplifies the process but considers how the client wants to procure, their timings, speed of appointment and ‘on-time’ delivery.”
The Pagabo framework will run for three years. nmcn is committed to compliance with the requirements of the Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) including for financial performance, health and safety, equality and diversity and working practices.