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. It is consistent with the requirements of Government Policy including the Productivity and Efficiency agenda; the Government Construction Strategy; the Public Contracts Regulations 2015; the National Audit Office guidance on use of centralised frameworks; and the Cabinet Office Common Minimum Standards for procurement of the Built Environment in the Public Sector.
P22 represents the third iteration of the DH Framework providing Design and Construction Services for use by the NHS and Social Care organisations for a range of works and services. P22 continues to build on the principles of its predecessors to streamline the procurement process and create an environment in which Clients, Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs) and their supply chains develop stronger partnerships to drive increased efficiency and productivity whilst supporting enhanced clinical outputs for patients and improved environments for staff and visitors.
The ProCure22 (P22) Efficiency and Productivity Programme (EPP) Pre- and Post-Occupancy Evaluation toolkit can be used to assess realised benefits from UK healthcare projects. Collaboration has been at the heart of the development of this tool, with all six Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs) engaging with the Department of Health, NHS England, NHS Improvement, Principal Supply Chain Members (PSCMs), and NHS trusts, to develop a standardised approach to Post-Occupancy Evaluation (POE), while responding to Lord Carter’s efficiency and productivity drivers. All six PSCPs have committed to ensuring post-occupancy evaluations are undertaken and shared across all of their P22 schemes, at no additional cost to the NHS.read more
The Principal Supply Chain Partners for the ProCure22, invite Expressions of Interest for Recommended Agreements for use by the PSCPs on projects delivered under this Framework on a supply only basis. Categories for review are: Glass Sliding Doors, IPS Panels & Cubicles, Theatre Lighting & Equipment. Expressions of interest are required by noon on 22 October 2018.read more
Following the success of previous P21+ VAT seminars, the BDO VAT team, would like to invite you to attend our ProCure22 VAT Update seminar at the BDO offices in London on Monday 10 September 2018. As well as providing insight and discussion on the current VAT position of the P22 Framework the team will update you on HM Revenue & Customs latest thinking and approach to project submissions.read more
ProCure22- BIM response matrix P22-XX-XX-SP-K-EIR-001 P22-XX-XX-SP-K-AIR-001 P22 - BIM Process Diagram P22-XX-XX-SP-K-BEP-001 P22-XX-XX-SP-K-OIR-001 P22 - BIM Client Guide P22-XX-XX-SP-K-AIR-002The ProCure22 Framework (P22) is preparing to launch the first draft of...read more
For their Croydon University Hospital Emergency Department site, Galliford Try – Building Southern has won a Gold Considerate Constructors Scheme 2018 National Site Award.read more
The ProCure22 Framework(P22) is pleased announce the launch of the Evidence and Experience based P22 Healthcare Colour Palette. P22 is pleased to have supported AkzoNobel (Paints and Coating Manufacturer/Supplier) and Tarkett (Floor Finish Manufacturer/Supplier) in their development of the P22 Healthcare Colour Palette.read more
Following open competition, BDO LLP has been reappointed to provide the free VAT Recovery Advice Service for schemes/projects registered under the Framework. This appointment took effect on 1 April 2018 and will run until the 31 March 2021.read more
There are still FREE places available on the upcoming P22 Commercial Training courses as follows: 25 April = Newcastle 16 May = Leighton Buzzard 26 June = Leeds 10 July = Hemel Hempstead Each course provides 7 hours of learning. If you’d like to attend please email:...read more
David Low celebrates the success of the Department of Health’s construction procurement framework ProCure22.read more
The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has completed a £14.8m energy project culminating in the official opening of the new Energy Center in November 2017. In the first full quarter of operation, the trust reduced its energy bills by £600,000. Whilst...read more