Minor Works and Maintenance Dynamic Purchasing System

Following the closure of the Minor Works DPS the Estates, Facilities & Professional Services Team have taken the opportunity to merge Minor Works and Building Engineering Management agreements which were managed on Constructionline into a new Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the supply, install and maintenance of plant and other minor works. The DPS will be managed internally by LPP and will initially cover a number of categories which will be released in three waves to manage the on-boarding of suppliers. Wave 1 is open for applications from suppliers and is due to go live for further competitions from the beginning of July. Wave 2, 3 and 4 will be released in the upcoming months

Benefits of the contract

Benefits of the contract

LPP established a need for a compliant route to access suppliers of Minor Works and Maintenance services. A Dynamic Purchasing System enables smaller enterprises to bid for public sector work, and suppliers can apply to join the DPS throughout its life, unlike a standard framework.

All suppliers who have been awarded on to the DPS have already passed the first stage, the PAS91 pre qualification questionnaire (PQQ). This included supplier information, exclusion & selection criteria, economic & financial standing and technical & professional ability.

Benefits for contracting authorities include:
•Shortened procurement times as advertisement in OJEU and PQQ stage have already been undertaken - no further advertisement is necessary.
• Increased competition as local providers can apply to get on to the DPS at any time during its period of validity.
•Participating organisations can develop their own specification, based on pre-developed templates, to meet their own requirements and formulate the award criteria more precisely.
•Award of individual tenders can be quicker than under some other procedures - the minimum time limit for return of tenders is 10 days.

Contract description

Please note the below definitions are a guidance for suppliers. Contracting authorities will have a detailed specification of their own individual requirements.  The definitions are to supply/install and or maintain the different categories in line with the Contracting Authority specification. 


Wave 1

Wave 2

Wave 3

Wave 4

Asbestos Removal/Treatment

Air Handling Units, Filters, Ventilation & Extraction


Brick And Blockwork

Boilers & Associated Plant (install & Maintain)

Building (General)

Joinery and Partition

Cleaning and Site Clearance

Building (Hospital)

Building Management Systems & Automatic Control Systems

Portable Appliance Testing & Fixed Wire Testing

Fencing and Gates

Demolition Work

Cooling & Refrigeration – Chillers Condensers & Split A/Cs

Security, Access Control, Intruder & CCTV Systems

Flooring (General)

Electrical Installation & Maintenance/Services


Windows (PVCU)


Fire Protection


Emergency Lighting & Power


Lifts, Escalators and Conveyance Systems




Medical Gas Pipeline & Equipment Maintenance



Road Maintenance (Minor Works)

Painting & Decorating (General)







UPS & Generators

Water Systems – Servicing, Legionella Testing, Thermostatic

Mixing Valves, Water Hygiene & Associated Plant



Wall and Floor Tiling




































As the list of qualified suppliers for each lot may regularly change, please contact the framework manager for an up to date supplier list.


Suppliers that want to apply should click on the supplier registration and application link and search for opportunity reference DN475535

Contract Overview
Start 07-07-20
End 06-07-25
Contract Type DPS
Accessible to All Public Sector
Authority London Procurement Partnership (GSTT)
OJEU Award Ref 2020/S 085-203399
Initial Period (Years) 5.00
Extensions remaining 5.00
LPP Contact Ash Fraser
07833 181 479
LPP Ref LPP/2020/011