Following a competitive OJEU process, the Wernick Group have been successfully reappointed to the NHS Shared Business Services (SBS) Modular Buildings Framework.
The £1.6bn framework, now in its second iteration, was specifically developed to provide public sector clients with an OJEU compliant route to market to procure the purchase and hire of modular buildings for a variety of sectors including Healthcare, Education and Residential sectors.
Wernick Group were successful in all five lots tendered and were awarded a place on the framework by demonstrating their experience and ability to deliver full turnkey solutions to a variety of sectors.
The framework will run for two years with the option for an additional two years thereafter, and through it, all public sector organisations and NHS Trusts can purchase modular building solutions through a quick, easy, and OJEU-compliant route.
The framework also offers clients numerous benefits including:
- An increased capacity to support the NHS and the public sector
- The ability to support projects valued from £20k hire to £20m new build
- A clear and flexible pricing structure
- The incorporation of MMC, Net Zero and The Construction Playbook strategies
Managing Director of Wernick Buildings, Stuart Wilkie, commented: “As the demand for healthcare facilities has increased, the need for fast, reliable, and compliant solutions is crucial. The modular method offers standardised offsite solutions which are fully HTM, HBM and DDA complaint, and the nature of modular construction means that buildings can be delivered quickly with minimal on-site disruption.”
The Wernick Group brings decades of experience in providing high-quality permanent and temporary modular solutions to a variety of sectors across the UK. Our new, innovative and specialist HMflex building system offers a standardised fully compliant four-bed ward which can be delivered on-site with just two modular units.