NHS Framework Appointment

We are pleased to unveil our recent inclusion in the NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) Healthcare Planning, Construction Consultancy and Ancillary Services (HPCCAS) framework, the appointment positions us at the forefront for delivering critical solutions to a diverse array of UK public sector entities. The framework’s reach encompasses local authorities, educational institutions, and emergency services, making it a pivotal platform for progress on a national scale.

Our selection to be part of this framework not only speaks to our expertise but also pays homage to our rich legacy of collaboration and innovation that spans over half a century. With a history rooted in working alongside a wide spectrum of organisations across various sectors, we’ve had the privilege of engaging with clients such as West Midlands Police, West Mercia Police, and a multitude of local authorities throughout the UK. This history of successful partnerships has cultivated a wealth of experience, enriching our ability to bring forward-thinking solutions to the table.

Our commitment to transformative impact is evident in our current workload. Currently on-site, a collaborative project with NHS Trust Bolton, Bolton College, and the University of Bolton on a groundbreaking project—the College of Medical Sciences. This project underscores our dedication to meaningful local initiatives that have the potential to vastly improve the recruitment landscape for medical professionals in the North of England.

Central to the significance of the NHS SBS HPCCAS framework is its role as a conduit for streamlined access to construction consultancy services for both the NHS and an array of public sector organisations. The framework’s scope ranges from the traditional design and build to retrofit, our inclusion in this comprehensive agreement speaks to our versatile and reliable ethos.

You can find more in-depth information on the NHS SBS framework agreement via the link below. We are excited to channel our expertise into projects that can help to reshape communities.

NHS Shared Business Services Healthcare Planning, Construction Consultancy and Ancillary Services (HPCCAS) framework

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Craig Reed and Richard Perry will be in attendance for the conference in Leeds