HLM Architects has been appointed to the NHS Shared Business Services Healthcare Planning, Construction Consultancy and Ancillary Services (HPCCAS) new £1.6bn framework agreement.”
“Being appointed to the framework, continues to provide our clients with an easy and trusted route to procure our services, with the knowledge that the framework satisfies all government procurement rules.
Operating over a 4-year period effective from 14th August 2023, the move replaces the Construction Consultancy Services 2 framework agreement and will see the practice deliver all its core services and more across six lots including Architectural Services, Healthcare Planning and Net Zero environmental consultancy. Open to local authorities, emergency services, higher education, NHS and the wider public sector, the new agreement builds on the previous NHS SBS Framework Agreement and a nine-year working relationship HLM Architects have held with the organisation on the NHS SBS framework agreement.
Nick Beecroft, Director at HLM Architects, said: “Being appointed to the framework, continues to provide our clients with an easy and trusted route to procure our services, with the knowledge that the framework satisfies all government procurement rules. Over the years our clients have appointed HLM through NHS SBS to successfully deliver many different projects from master planning, concept, through to detailed design and delivery across all our key public sectors, Education, Healthcare, Defence, Justice, Regeneration and Workplace. We’re excited to continue our work with a full range of partners to create better places for people.”
Melissa King, senior category manager – construction and infrastructure at NHS SBS, said:“We’re excited to launch our Healthcare Planning, Construction Consultancy and Ancillary Services framework agreement, which replaces our successful Construction Consultancy Services 2 framework agreement.
“It is designed to support the NHS and wider public sector by providing high-quality, innovative and cost-effective solutions through UK-wide coverage, a unique depth of expertise and a broad range of suppliers.”
Find out more about the HPCCAS framework here: