ESPO deal will run for two years and covers four lots
Gleeds, Turner & Townsend and Mace are among the firms to have won places on a £750m consultancy framework lasting just two years.
Framework provider ESPO’s Property, Building and Infrastructure Advice and Management Services framework is open to public sector bodies and third sector organisations such as charities.
It features four lots, covering London and the South-east, the rest of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Other suppliers to have landed spots include Arcadis, Pick Everard, Gardiner & Theobald, RLB, Artelia, Tetra Tech and Amey.
All of these firms have been awarded places on the two lots covering London and the South-east and the rest of England and Wales.
All except Mace and Artelia are also on the other two lots covering Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The framework is due to start on 1 April this year and run to 1 March 2024 with an option to extend by a further year.
It replaces ESPO’s existing Property Advice and Management Services framework which expired on New Year’s Eve last year.
Suppliers on that framework which are not listed on the new framework include Mott MacDonald, WSP and Ridge.