RPS awarded a place on Pagabo £500m professional services framework
04 February 2020 | 1 min read
We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the Pagabo professional services framework. Launching in April, the second generation of the framework covers projects up to £500m and will run for four years.
Our talented teams have been appointed for the following lots and geographic regions:
- Cost Consultants & Quantity Surveyors, Project & Programme Manager, Lead Consultant (covers Employer’s Agent) – South West
- Town & Master Planning – London and South East
Making it easy to connect with RPS expertise, the framework is available to all public sector Contracting Authorities and all sectors.
The framework’s first iteration has delivered projects for clients including; Southampton City Council, Anchor 2020 Ltd, Department of Health, Manchester City Council, Northumberland City Council, Humber Foundation NHS Trust and Leeds Becket University.
Simon Toplass, CEO at Pagabo, said: “We were blown away by the number of responses to the tender for this second iteration of our Professional Services framework. It’s been a hugely competitive process due to the record number of applications from well over 200 individual providers”.
James Stone, Director for Project and Cost Management at RPS comments: “We are delighted to have been appointed to the Pagabo framework which provides a simple and efficient route for our Planning, Project Management and Cost Management teams to continue to solve problems that matter and deliver shared value to public sector clients and local communities”.
Founded in 1970, RPS, A Tetra Tech Company (RPS) is a leading global professional services firm of 5,000 consultants and service providers. Operating in 125 countries, working across six continents we define, design and manage projects that create shared value to a complex, urbanising and resource-scarce world.
RPS delivers a broad range of services in six sectors: property, energy, transport, water, defence and government services and resources. Services provided across RPS' six sectors cover twelve service clusters: project and program management, design and development, water services, environment, advisory and management consulting, exploration and development, planning and approvals, health, safety and risk, oceans and coastal, laboratories, training and communications, creative and digital services.
RPS stands out for its clients by using its deep expertise to solve problems that matter, making them easy to understand. Making complex easy.
For further information, please visit www.rpsgroup.com.