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.

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Would you like to be a ProCure22 trainer?

The P22 framework will offer free-of-charge training to all schemes. We aim to newly introduce e-training, and continue (as per P21+) to provide day long classroom training, on a ‘we come to you’ basis. We offer classroom training to each scheme at two phases:...

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Award of contracts for the P22 Framework

A Department of Health spokesperson said: “Following a competitive tendering process we have notified the six successful bidders to carry out the ProCure22 Framework. These contractors will help to create a better environment for staff and visitors as well as driving up efficiencies across the NHS estate.” The six successful bidders are: Kier Infrastructure and Overseas Ltd, Interserve Construction Ltd, Integrated Health Projects (a joint venture between Vinci Construction Ltd and Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd), Galliford Try HPS, Graham Construction Ltd and BAM Construction Ltd.

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