SPA's framework for Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) for New Homes (NH3) has been developed to provide an efficient, value for money procurement route for local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies for the offsite development of new residential buildings using modern methods of construction.
The key objective of the Framework is to support SPA partners to increase the use of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) in delivering their housing programmes.
This framework is split into four workstreams with options to provide services under each workstream.
Low rise housing and apartments up to 11m in height
Low rise housing - adaptive pods
High rise housing 11m height or higher
Independent and assisted housing and care homes
Supply and install
Main contractors low rise housing and apartments up to 11m in height
Main contractors high rise housing 11m height and over
Main contractors care homes and specialised housing
Main contractors roof on the roof
Groundworks and associated works
-- Advance Construction
-- Beattie Passive
-- Connect Modular
-- Core Haus
-- Donaldson Timber
-- Elkins Construction
-- Top Hat Communities
-- VHE Construction
In addition to providing our clients with competitively tendered framework agreements for building works, goods, and services SPA is committed to delivering tangible social value and community benefits in meeting local and regional needs. SPA work with our clients and appointed companies to ensure that wherever possible projects delivered using our frameworks leave a social legacy.
SPA has aligned its activities to create the SPA Lifetime Values, which uses the four key value capitals as identified in the value toolkit by the Construction Innovation Hub.
During the life of the framework SPA will work with clients and appointed companies to promote, identify, implement, and monitor the impact of these value capitals, which could be supported by social value and community benefit initiatives alongside the delivery of the works or service contracts in meeting local and regional needs.
This framework is valid until May 2027