Introduction to the Framework

SWPAs Offsite Project Integrator framework can be used by local authorities, housing associations and other social landlords to find the vital technical support they need to deal with the unique challenges, associated with the integration of offsite projects including volumetric, panelised, high-rise and turnkey building systems and to make your offsite project a success.

This framework can be used interpedently for MMC projects, or alongside our two MMC construction frameworks – Offsite Construction of New Homes (NH2) for residential projects and Modular Buildings (MB2) for non-residential developments.

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Collaborative working to deliver a housing project

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Achieving the Gold Standard

Collaborate, Integrate and Aggregate

The framework comprises a single workstream covering:

Pre RIBA

i. Initiation and development
ii. Land assembly services (if required at call-off stage)

RIBA Stages

0. Strategic Definition (if not previously addressed by the Client)
1. Preparation and Briefing
2. Concept Design
3. Spatial Coordination
4. Technical Design
5. Manufacturing and Construction
6. Handover
7. Use

Appointed Companies for OPI1

-- Airey Miller 
-- Arcadis (UK) 
-- Blacc 
-- Mace 

 

-- Ramboll UK 
-- Taylor Lewis
-- Turner & Townsend Project
-- WSP UK 

 

Fully OJEU compliant, the aim of the Offsite Project Integrator framework is to provide the client with a single point of contact to manage the effective implementation of offsite solutions for:

  • Housing
  • Bungalows
  • Flats
  • Apartments
  • Sheltered accommodation
  • Care homes
  • Student, NHS and ‘Blue Light’ accommodation
  • Non-residential projects

Contact SWPA for more information on this framework

Call us on 01895 274800 Email info@lhc.gov.uk

This framework is valid until 28th February 2026

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