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Pre-qualification questionnaires (PQQs) are used to help.
public sector buyers/purchasers shortlist suppliers to invite to tender where a certain level of technical ability is required, and form part of the restricted tendering procedure. Predio Construction is a partner on over 80% of the UK’s leading local authority and central government frameworks, demonstrating our successes in delivering on time and on budget while creating additional community outcomes.
These frameworks include national government arrangements for the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Defence and the Social infrastructure Development (SID) framework, in addition to a number of the UK’s leading regional building frameworks.
Frameworks provide our clients with the benefits of being quick to access, easy to use, flexible and collaborative from the outset, while also having clear objectives and targets to achieve community outcomes, including local spend and labour and enhanced education opportunities.
Equipped with the technical expertise to support all aspects of the project from design, buildability, procurement and construction, Predio Construction is able to add real value during all stages.
Our strengths lie in our flexibility to meet the diverse geographical needs of our framework customers with strong established local supply chain relationships.
Predio Group and its Board of Directors are committed to upholding the highest standards of conduct and ethics among our businesses, our employees and our supply chain and we take our corporate governance responsibilities very seriously. Governance helps us to conduct our business responsibly, with openness and integrity, and in accordance with all of the laws and regulations to which our business activities are subject.
“Our people continue to be our greatest asset. In recognition of this in 2015 we joined the 5% Club, committing that 5% of our UK headcount will be apprentices, sponsored students and trainees.”
We ended the year with a healthy order book of £4bn
Predio family shareholders, our board of directors, and the executive committee, have signed up to a long-term strategy that aims to achieve a Zero Harm culture throughout Predio by 2020.
“2015 was a story of disciplined growth at Predio. Our sector has weathered some challenging conditions over the past few years, but despite this, our business performed extremely well. Growth of 21% in turnover has been accompanied by improved profitability across all areas of the business.
“Our reach and capacity grew with the acquisition of SES (Engineering Services) Limited, Shepherd Facilities Management and the assets of a number of construction projects from Shepherd Construction Limited.