Frameworks

Public Buildings Construction & Infrastructure (PB3)

Following a rigorous tender/quality process in December 2020 for a place on the Scottish Procurement Alliance Public Buildings Construction and Infrastructure Framework (PB3), successor to the Schools and Community Buildings Framework, Bancon Construction is delighted to have been awarded a place on the following lots/regions.

RegionWork CategoryValue Range
North East ScotlandNew BuildUp to £2m
Highlands & IslandsNew BuildUp to £2m
North East ScotlandNew Build and Refurbishment£2m-£7m
Highlands & IslandsNew Build and Refurbishment£2m-£7m

The Framework is for the construction of new buildings, extensions, and refurbishment of public and social buildings and infrastructure works. Typical building types are:

  • Educational
  • Healthcare
  • Emergency service building such as fire, ambulance and police stations
  • Community buildings e.g. community centres and sports facilities
  • Offices and other buildings for social infrastructure
  • Residential properties (when part of a mixed-use development)
  • Conversion of commercial buildings for residential use
  • Delivery of student accommodation to education clients

The Framework will commence on 1st October 2021 and run until 30th September 2025.

Find out more about the Framework here: https://www.scottishprocurement.scot/frameworks/construction-extension-and-refurbishment/public-buildings-construction-and-infrastructure-pb3/

Colin Mercer

Construction Director

Colin has been in continuous employment within the UK Building and Construction industry since 1985. An articulated pupil ship with John Laing Construction launched his career that has seen him employed by 5 of the UKs top 50 Contractors. 20 years as a construction planner added to a wealth of multi-sector construction management experience, enables Colin to effectively lead his site teams through the most complex of projects, safely and efficiently. He is passionate about achieving customer satisfaction and developing talent through the UK construction industry.