Monday, July 15, 2024

G&H Group appointed to £1.6bn Decarbonisation Solutions Framework

Leeds-based mechanical, electrical and public health service provider, G&H Group, has been appointed to Hull-headquartered Pagabo’s £1.6bn Decarbonisation Solutions Framework.

The framework, which will run for four years, will support public sector organisations completing building works in all areas excluding healthcare. Kingston upon Hull City Council (HCC) will serve as the contracting authority.

G&H Group will engage with end clients via Pagabo’s framework in two ways. Direct Award, when a client organisation or supplier contacts the procurement organisation and advises that they wish to work with the other. Further Competition, when the client doesn’t have a specific organisation on the framework in mind for their requirement.

The types of projects available via the framework include installation of specialist heating, cooling and ventilation systems, installation of renewable energy sources, and energy saving lighting, all of which play to G&H Group’s strengths.

Marc Ambler, group director at G&H Group, said: “The appointment of G&H Group to Pagabo’s Decarbonisation Solutions Framework is testament to our strong record supporting contractors and clients working towards net zero.

“At the heart of our work is the inclusion of sustainable, low carbon features. These elements have become standard practice for any MEP project we undertake. We are looking forward to drawing on our extensive experience and working with public sector organisations to achieve their decarbonisation goals.”

Jason Stapley, chief procurement officer at Pagabo, said: “Decarbonisation is a specialist service meaning that it was more important than ever to ensure the very best businesses were identified, which includes various SMEs in addition to some of the larger organisations too.

“With the growing focus on the role decarbonisation has to play in working towards and meeting net zero goals, we know that this framework – and its healthcare sister offering – will be well utilised by clients, helping them to meet their individual goals while working towards bigger picture goals at the same time.”

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