Please find the latest quarterly edition of the Programme and Project Partners (PPP) Procurement Plan available to download below.
The purpose of the Procurement Plan is to give current and future supply chain partners an insight into what PPP is looking to procure and when. It includes the procuring project; what it is looking to procure; its value band (where available); and potential dates for issue of invitation to tender and award. And it also includes a category column, allowing businesses and organisations to search for categories specific to them, as well as sort by value and date.
The latest awarded contracts are also included, allowing businesses and organisations to contact winning suppliers where they feel they may be able to assist them as a sub-supplier.
The Procurement Plan is openly available to all and is equally applicable to SMEs and larger companies. It allows them to see our forward programme of potential work, to use as an opportunities register, and also as a networking tool to build networks of suppliers to the nuclear industry and potential future ventures.
Please note Key Delivery Partner call offs are not included in this plan however the KDPs will release their own procurement plans.
As part of its pioneering approach to project delivery and local impact, PPP has engaged with the Swimming with the Big Fish SME Matchmaker Service, which is being delivered by Solomons Europe.
The Service brokers introductions and develops relationships between those bidding to become Key Delivery Partners and high performing SMEs willing to invest in West Cumbria. These SMEs plan to create additional jobs, recruit apprentices and invest to expand/ create new facilities in the West Cumbria as a result of the work they do with their respective Key Delivery Partners.
To find out more about the Service and the process involved click here.
And click here to read the latest updates from the Service and PPP.
PPP is a 20-year framework let by Sellafield Ltd in 2019 to improve delivery of its major programmes and projects. It is formed by four Lot Partners plus Sellafield Ltd as the fifth Partner. The four Lot Partners are: KBR – Integration Partner; Jacobs – Design Partner; Morgan Sindall Infrastructure – Construction Partner; Doosan Babcock – Process Construction Partner
The programme of work will be worth approximately £7bn across its 20-year life.