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The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS FT sets out £400m minor works framework

In an effort to support their own needs and those of other NHS trusts and related organisations in North West London, The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is putting together a framework for a range of minor works.

The £400m framework agreement, which has just seen a contract notice put out for it, will range from small scale works up to larger schemes.

Once established, it is intended to allow both The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS FT and others from within the North West London STP Sector and Integrated Care System (ICS) to quickly engage with pre-vetted suppliers to deliver urgent related works in various disciplines.

With an ever-changing NHS environment, the trust has sought to work together to facilitate easier and more efficient engagement with local suppliers.

Tenders can be submitted for the framework up to a deadline of January 15, 2021.

The framework agreement is due to run for four years, covering a range of disciplines from construction work, works for complete or part construction and civil engineering work and repair and maintenance services.

The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS FT, who are setting up the framework agreement, is an NHS trust based in the namesake London Borough of Hillingdon and is responsible for providing healthcare services at both Hillingdon Hospital and Mount Vernon Hospital.

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