Procurement can be challenging, complex and time consuming. At Pagabo, we make it quicker, simpler and more effective.
Our framework agreements connect you to the right contractors for a full range of works, services and goods. They’re free to access, easy to use and fully compliant – with frameworks suitable for every purchasing project.
The results? Projects that run smoothly, quickly and deliver real value for money. It’s that simple.
Modern framework agreements that connect you to the right contractors. They're free to access, easy to use, and fully compliant - with frameworks suitable for every purchasing project.
The results? Projects that run smoothly, quickly and deliver real value for money. It's that simple.
Get quick, easy access to goods, services and works – with fully EU/UK compliant national frameworks for public sector projects of all sizes.
Benefit from free access to agreements, flexible choice of suppliers, transparent costings, and expert procurement support from start to finish.
In line with the Social Value Act (2012), we measure the Social Value created by our projects. Through our partnership with the Social Profit Calculator Ltd. We are able to accurately measure the value of the projects within our frameworks. By working with Social Profit Calculator (accredited by Social Value UK and Social Value International) you are able to calculate the monetary value of a project’s social, economic and environmental impact.
At Pagabo we pride ourselves on delivering high quality projects that leave a long-lasting social impact to the communities in which they are delivered.
We regularly keep track of projects that are procured through our frameworks, from the appointment of a supplier, right through to completion.
View our latest case study below.
"We are getting Southampton moving by creating a city of opportunity for all so we can be a happy, hopeful, and ambitious city. I want to thank all those involved in this amazing project"
Councillor James Baillie, Cabinet Member for Education for Southampton City Council