Better for you, the public sector
As we launch SCAPE Construction, Hilary Carter, John Simons and Chris Clarke discuss how the new framework is better for you, our public sector clients.
After a turbulent 18 months, we’ve seen a huge shift in the way we all live and work. The Coronavirus pandemic along with the climate emergency have meant that people have adopted new ways of working and living and we must further adapt to halt the environmental impact we are having on our planet and reach net zero.
In addition, the introduction of the Construction Playbook and the government’s plans to “Build back better” to help the country recover from the impact of the pandemic, has changed the way public sector projects are delivered.
As you prepare to meet this task, we’re here to help. Our new SCAPE Construction framework can play a key role in that. Our expert teams have spent over two years planning and researching with clients and contractors to design our new framework, which will:
- Give you access to contractors at the earliest opportunity
- Give you a reliable and compliant route
- Find you the most efficient build route to get your projects delivered
- Create experiences that genuinely help you
- Deliver project performance that gives you exactly what you need
- Reduce risk
- Give you choice
A better way
Our direct award, SCAPE Construction framework brings together partnerships and processes that will deliver the best results for you, your stakeholders and your communities - quickly, reliably and compliantly with social value.
By leveraging the right knowledge and expertise and harnessing our heritage as a public sector owned organisation, we can help successfully address the challenges you face, creating places and spaces that are future proofed, whilst providing added social value.
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