Health chiefs are looking to appoint four main supply chain contract partners for an estimated £600m pipeline of work over four years.
Separate professional team contests are also starting under the suite of NHS Building for Wales 2 Frameworks to find four project managers, four cost consultants, and three NEC supervisors.
The main supply chain partner framework will be divided between two lots.
The first lot will cover major projects of over £20m and is expected to offer a £237m work pipeline. Lot 2 will be for projects between £7m-£20m, promising a work pipeline of £355m.
The framework will be based on the principles of collaborative working, integrated supply chains and continual improvement to deliver best value for money and develop best practice, and sustainability.
Since the current framework was introduced, more than 28 projects have been procured by NHS organisations. It came into use back in April 2018 covering work contracts exceeding £4m and will expire in April 2024.
Firms have until 21 June to express an interest with shortlisted firms invited to submit bids by 17 October.
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