Introduction to the Framework

The WPA framework for Public Buildings Construction and Infrastructure is available to all local authorities, housing associations and other public sector bodies for the construction of new buildings, extensions and refurbishment of public buildings and infrastructure works.

Fully OJEU compliant, this framework is suitable for:

  • Education buildings
  • Healthcare buildings
  • Emergency services buildings
  • Community buildings
  • Offices and other buildings for social infrastructure
  • Residential properties when part of a mixed-use development
  • Conversion of commercial buildings for residential use
  • Student accommodation
  • Associated works that may be required to deliver the types of buildings above or other public buildings
  • Infrastructure works such as bridges, retaining walls, drainage and new roadways

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Workstream 1 - New build only

Covers the provision of extensions and new build construction projects

Workstream 2 - Refurbishment only

Covers the provision of specialist refurbishment works to existing building projects

Workstream 3 - New build and refurbishment

Allows for projects that consist of the construction of new build and / or the refurbishment of existing buildings.

Where required, associated infrastructure works can be included in a project, but standalone Infrastructure cannot be delivered through this workstream.

Workstream 4 - New build, refurbishment and infrastructure

Allows for projects that consist of the construction of new build and / or the refurbishment of existing buildings.

Infrastructure works can be delivered where they are necessary as part of a new build or refurbishment project or as a standalone infrastructure project such as bridges, retaining walls, drainage and new roadways.

Project Value Bands

Workstream 1

£0 - £2 million

Workstream 2

£0 - £2 million

Workstream 3

£2 million - £7 million

Workstream 4

£7 million - £14 million
£14 million - £25 million
Over £25 million

Appointed Companies for PB3

-- Eric Wright Construction
-- Galliford Try Construction
-- Kier Construction

-- M & J Group (Construction & Roofing)
-- Modulek
-- Morgan Sindall Construction &

-- Read Construction Holdings
-- Tilbury Douglas Construction
-- VINCI Construction UK

Note: For details of appointed companies for each workstream, project value band and geographic area see the Procurement Guide

Well-being of Future Generations

The Well-being of Future Generations Act gives us the ambition, permission and legal obligation to improve our social, cultural, environmental and economic well-being.

The Well-being of Future Generations Act requires public bodies in Wales to think about the long-term impact of their decisions, to work better with people, communities and each other, and to prevent persistent problems such as poverty, health inequalities and climate change. Welsh Procurement Alliance is mindful to ensure that the Future Generations Act obligations are embedded into all our activity.

With the Well-being Goals in mind, WPA is committed to providing our clients with competitively tendered Framework Agreements for building works, goods and services and to delivering tangible social value and community benefits that meet local and regional needs. WPA work with our clients and appointed companies to ensure that wherever possible projects delivered using our frameworks leave a social legacy.

Contact WPA for more information on this framework

Call us on 01895 274800 Email

This framework is valid until 30th September 2025

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