Civil Engineering frameworks, Construction frameworks, Consultancy frameworks
SCAPE partners commit to new social value mission statement
We are pleased to announce that nine of our leading construction, consultancy and civil engineering partners have signed SCAPE’s Community Legacy Mission Statement and are set to enhance the amount of social value they deliver through public sector construction projects.
Kier, Willmott Dixon, Mace, Sisk, McLaughlin & Harvey, Graham, Perfect Circle, Balfour Beatty and Morgan Sindall Construction have pledged to boost local communities through the collaborative agreement, ensuring social value generation and lasting legacies for public sector construction projects, across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Our partners have committed to supporting local supply chains, increasing employment and training opportunities, and promoting STEM in schools to inspire the next generation of industry experts. This is alongside driving environmental sustainability as part of all projects delivered through SCAPE’s procurement frameworks.
It’s extremely encouraging to see the enthusiasm with which our partners are working together to create and deliver collaborative initiatives and we’re looking forward to seeing the real-life benefits it brings to local communities
Social Value and Performance Manager at SCAPE
Through the SCAPE Community Legacy Programme, our delivery partners have the opportunity to participate in the SCAPE Legacy Challenge – a nine-month collaborative programme which will see a project team propose and test new solutions to improve social value across the industry. Other collaborative initiatives include a virtual work experience programme and a model to engage local students studying media courses to produce short videos that demonstrate the social value being created in the community.
The benefits created by the programme will be measured using the National Themes, Outcomes and Measures framework, developed by the National Social Value Taskforce, of which we are a founding member.
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