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ProCure22 timeline extended

Subsequent to Covid-19 outbreak and the current impact on the UK, the government has announced it will extend its ProCure22 health construction framework.

The Department for Health stated: “Given the current impact of Covid-19 and the resource impact this is having across the health care system it has been decided that the ProCure22 framework is extended for up to 12 months. We also appreciate that this will be having an impact on your bid teams and resource and as such will pause the procurement of ProCure2020.”

The £20Bn seven-year framework was due to begin in September, but it will now be delayed by 12 months. Contractors already holding contracts within the framework include, Interserve, Graham, Bam, Galliford Try, Kier and JV Integrated Health Projects.

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