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Proud to be appointed on the Procure Partnership Framework

Following on from the recent announcements of the Procure Partnership Framework (Professional Services) Agreement, we are delighted to be selected as the Architect for the regions South Wales and North Wales as well as the MEP Design supplier for North Wales, East of England and South West England.

 

  • The framework has been designed to simplify procurement for the public sector
  • Tenders were received from over 400 individual practices, from which DB3 were selected
  • This four-year framework commenced on 1 September 2020 and is estimated to account for up to £500 million total spend.

Chosen Architects for Wales

Chosen Architects for Wales

Having worked for significant projects in Wales including the current Llys Cadwyn redevelopment and with clients such as The National Library of Wales, The National Trust and the Welsh Language and Culture Centre Nant Gwrtheyrn as well as Local Authorities in Wales, DB3 were selected as suppliers for Architectural Design for the Procure Partnerships Framework (Professional Services) Agreement for the regions South Wales and North Wales.

 

Matthew Savory, DB3 Regional Director for Wales said:
“Our team at the DB3 Cardiff and Aberystwyth studio, some of whom are also Welsh speakers, are passionate about making an architectural difference in Wales and being selected by the Framework is a real testament to our work. We look forward to getting involved in projects within the Procure Partnership Framework in the coming years in Wales.”

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Experts in Mechanical & Electrical Design

Experts in Mechanical & Electrical Design

DB3’s successful MEP Building Services Design Consultancy division deliver a full range of services specialising in Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health Engineering and is headed by Matt Ganley, who said:

“I am delighted that our high professional standards in the development, management and control of the technical design and supervisory activities have received recognition from the Procure Partnerships Framework and that DB3 have been selected for the MEP Design in the regions North Wales, East of England and South West England.”

Recent DB3 MEP projects include Adidas London flagship store, Buxton Crescent Hotel & Thermal Spa and Sedbergh Leisure Centre, to name a few.

Getting started on the Procure Partnership Framework

Getting started on the Procure Partnership Framework

Established to support public sector bodies to procure both contractor and professional services partners, the Procure Partnerships Framework (Professional Services) Agreement is divided regionally to achieve local delivery with national governance. From a tender of over 400 practices, suppliers were appointed in eleven disciplines including Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Fire Engineering as well as Architectural Design and MEP Design for which DB3 were selected in specific regions.

The framework also drives and monitors social impact, with each project needing to create at least 12% of its GMP value in additional social benefit.

Upon successful completion of a business case form, public sector bodies can directly appoint DB3 from the framework for Architectural and/or MEP Design Services in our given regions.

If you’d like to discuss your project with us then contact Matthew Savory on 0292 034 2688 regarding Architecture in Wales or ask for Matt Ganley 0161 7130335 regarding MEP Design, or email contact@darntonb3.com.

Date Published: 01 September 2020

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