Launching in April, the second generation of the Professional Services framework covers projects up to £500m.

Waldeck have been announced as framework suppliers for Clerk of Works services in the North, Midlands and South West, further strengthening our building surveying offering.

Simon Toplass, CEO at Pagabo, said:

“We were blown away by the number of responses to the tender for this second iteration of our Professional Services framework. It’s been a hugely competitive process due to the record number of applications from well over 200 individual providers.

“The current generation of the framework has enabled close to 700 projects since its inception and is on track to reach its upper limit of £200m. Furthermore, over £141m of social value has been enabled to date.”

“This framework forms another crucial part of the Pagabo ecosystem and from the applications received it’s clear to see that our innovative way of working, the support we offer both clients and suppliers and our commitment to social value for the communities we serve is resonating with others in the industry and continuing to drive our success.”

Graham Wright, Waldeck’s Commercial Director, added:

“We are extremely pleased to be announced as Professional Services suppliers for Pagabo, this is a great step forward for Waldeck as our business continues to grow. We look forward to the opportunities that being part of the framework may bring.”

To be considered for Pagabo’s Professional Services framework, providers were required to go through a rigorous OJEU compliant tender process, prove strong finances and relevant experience. As well as this, providers on Pagabo frameworks are required to share the company’s passion for social value and technology.

This second generation of the Professional Services Framework will run for four years, becoming active on the 12th April 2020.

The framework’s first iteration has delivered projects for clients including; Southampton City Council, Anchor 2020 Ltd, Department of Health, Manchester City Council, Northumberland City Council, Humber Foundation NHS Trust and Leeds Becket University.