NHS Shared Business Services issued a contract notice for the framework in September, seeking partners to design, build and finance car park infrastructure and provide management services under 10 separate lots.
The authority, a joint venture formed in 2004 between the Department of Health and IT consultancy Sopra Steria, selected the following suppliers to design, build and finance car park infrastructure under Lot 1:
APCOA Parking (UK), Geoffrey Osborne, Huber Car Park Systems UK, Indigo Park Services UK, Interserve Construction, National Car Parks, Vinci Construction UK and PRIME;
Similarly to Lot 1, suppliers for Lot 2 will also design, build and finance but also operate car park infrastructure:
APCOA Parking (UK), Indigo Park Services UK, National Car Parks, Q-Park;
The first two lots have an estimated value of £450m each out of the overall £1.8bn framework.
Other lots focus on car park management, automatic number plate recognition, barrier control, pay on foot goods and services, pay and display solutions, electric charging points, cycle parking and occupancy monitoring.
The framework started on 30 November and will last until 29 November 2022.