ProCure21 confirms change in its roster of Principal Supply Chain Partners
The Department of Health has announced the latest changes to the ProCure21 framework of Principal Supply Chain Partners (PSCPs).
Carillion and Wates have resigned from the framework. Medicinq and Taylor Woodrow have also now confirmed that they have voluntarily suspended their participation. Costain has fully taken on the PSCP place formerly occupied by the ACM consortium, which was made-up of Amec, Costain and Mowlem. ACM restructured following the take-over of Mowlem by Carillion.
Carillion, Medicinq, Taylor Woodrow and Wates have confirmed that they will carry on with the schemes that they have already committed to but will not bid for further projects.
The ProCure21, the construction partnering procurement route for NHS publicly funded construction, roster will now consist of Balfour Beatty, Costain, HBG, Integrated Health Projects, Interserve, Kier Health and Laing O'Rourke.