Lot 7 – Midlands – Upper
Project value: £1m - £5m
Morgan Sindall is a UK construction business with an extensive network of local offices. The company works for public and private sector customers on projects and frameworks from £50,000 to over £1 billion.
Activities range from small works and repair and maintenance, to the design and delivery of complex construction projects across the education, healthcare, leisure, defence, commercial, energy, retail and industrial markets.
Morgan Sindall is part of Morgan Sindall Group plc, a leading UK construction and regeneration group with revenue of c£2.6 billion and which operates through six divisions of Construction & Infrastructure, Fit Out, Property Services, Partnership Housing, Urban Regeneration and Investments.
What drives us
Creating great results for our customers sits at the heart of what we do. Every project we deliver is special to us, and our people who deliver it. Putting our customers at the heart of our delivery helps us learn so much more about the importance of the facilities we create beyond the build, so that we improve the lives of those we touch through providing social infrastructure – places where people live, work, learn, play, care and create.
It’s not just about crafting new and improved buildings, but making sure every person in our team understands the environment that is being shaped, and the importance of giving their best on every day - whether that be in the quality of their trade or a commitment to social value activities that make a difference within the communities in which we operate.
Our philosophy of Perfect Delivery underpins Morgan Sindall’s vision ‘to be the best and most sustainable business in the industry through delivering exceptional customer service’. It’s about the way we behave as a business, and provides a common set of principles that apply to everyone and to everything we do.
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