Tilbury Douglas appointed on the new Pagabo Refit & Refurbishment Framework

Tilbury Douglas has been appointed on the new Pagabo Refit and Refurbishment Framework, a four-year framework which went live in May 2023.

The framework provides national coverage and a compliant, flexible and collaborative procurement route for all project values. Tilbury Douglas has been appointed onto three lots:

  • Lot 3 – £1m to £5m
  • Lot 4 – £5m to £15m
  • Lot 5 – £15m+

This is the second generation of the Refit and Refurbishment Framework, which incorporates best practice and feedback from clients, end users and suppliers to ensure it is fit for purpose. The framework has delivered in excess of 65 projects to date, including works for clients such as UK Parliament, the University of York and United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust.


Elliott Talbot, Framework Manager at Pagabo, said: “We are pleased to be continuing our relationship with Tilbury Douglas. its selection as a partner on the framework was based not only on its strong financial standing and delivery capability, but on its ability to deliver high impact social value outcomes and digital innovations, as well as expertise to support clients refit and refurbish their estates.”

Don Stewart, National Business Development Director at Tilbury Douglas, added: “We are pleased to have secured a place on the Pagabo Refit and Refurbishment Framework. We anticipate continued growth of this type of works as the public sector remains focused on meeting their net zero targets and reducing their carbon emissions across their estates.

“We have enjoyed a collaborative partnership with Pagabo since 2016 and are delighted to continue our successful working relationship, using this framework to support our growth through both direct awards and mini competitions. This new framework is fully Construction Playbook and Gold Standard Framework compliant and well aligned to our approach to improve productivity, sustainability and provide exceptional value for money for our clients.”

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