What is ProCure21+?

The ProCure21+ National Framework is a framework agreement with six Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs) and their supply chains, selected by OJEU tender process for capital investment construction schemes. Any NHS client or joint-venture may use the framework for a capital construction scheme without having to go through the OJEU process themselves.

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ProCure22 June 2016 Update

ProCure22 (P22) is a Construction Procurement Framework administrated by the Department of Health (DH) for the development and delivery of NHS and Social Care capital schemes in England. See the details on the new ProCure22 website: procure22.nhs.uk

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Construction News Awards 2016

ProCure21+ has been selected as a finalist in two categories of the Construction News Awards 2016; Client of the Year and Supply Chain Excellence. This year the Construction News Awards are celebrating their 20th anniversary and 20 years of celebrating the very best construction companies in the UK. Construction News finalists are seen as the leaders of UK construction, setting the standards for the whole industry to follow and ensure innovation for the future. Finalists will attend face-to-face judging by members of the 61-strong jury, made up of the most influential clients and experts in the UK. The winners will be announced at the award ceremony on... read more

Constructing Excellence Awards 2016

ProCure21+ has been shortlisted in the Client of the Year Category at the Constructing Excellence in London & South East Awards 2016. This is the tenth year of the awards; the awards are unique in their recognition of outstanding built environment companies and projects that have delivered improvements in all-round performance through collaborative working and a real desire to make a difference. As a shortlisted finalist, ProCure21+ has been invited to give a presentation to the award’s judges. The winners of the awards will be announced at the award dinner on Thursday 30th June... read more

Repeatable Rooms and Standardised Components achieve time, cost and operational benefits at Wrightington

A new £18m Orthopaedic Centre has opened for business five weeks early, and is set to deliver operational efficiencies and enhanced safety with the incorporation of repeatable room designs and standardised components. In a four-phase programme, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust has set out to remodel its service offering. Phase One of the programme is an £18m Orthopaedic Centre designed to enhance the position of the Trust as a regional centre of excellence for elective orthopaedic surgery. The new centre replaces four operating theatres and two wards, based on Nightingale layouts, that the Trust’s director of strategy Richard Mundon says were “not compatible with our aim of providing the best quality patient experience.” Download:  RRSC case study WWL – 1.2Mb... read more
Interserve award wins 2015

Interserve award wins 2015

Health Estates Awards, Manchester The awards took place at the Healthcare Estates IHEEM dinner held on the 20th October 2015. Project of the Year – Sid Watkins Building, The Walton Centre Project of the Year was awarded to the new 11,600m2 Sid Watkins Building which was designed and built by Interserve through ProCure 21+ for the Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust. Despite a tight 18 month programme and working within a live Acute Hospital the new building was delivered 5 weeks early and considerably underspent. Interserve proposed an alternative solution to targeting BREEAM Excellent and collaborated with their team to develop an innovative ‘fabric first’ calculator appraising external envelope options. The model identified increased capital costs, payback period, saving in energy running costs, reduction in carbon emissions and saving on M&E installation costs. This exemplar project surpassed cost, time, and quality objectives. By challenging the design, fewer client changes resulted delivering tangible benefits which included; a £1.5m underspend; third floor within the original two storey cost plan; reduced energy bills; increased revenue; increased patient numbers; reduced waiting times; outstanding quality of patient environment; and efficiencies between departments. BIM Initiative – The Christie PBT Interserve has won the BIM Initiative award for their work to design and build the UK’s first NHS high energy proton beam centre at The Christie Hospital, Manchester through ProCure 21+ framework. As the first BIM Level 2 certified contractor; Interserve’s early investment in BIM was essential to manage the complexities of designing the 15,000m2 complex, service rich facility. The project utilises a common data environment for each discipline to contribute to the federated model, aiding collaboration... read more

ProCure22 Timeline

The attached represents an updated timeline for the delivery of ProCure22, this timeline may be subject to change at late notice; but you will be notified if this is the case. Download: ProCure22 Timeline – 20Kb Word... read more