Morgan Sindall Construction has been reappointed to North West Construction Hub’s High Value Framework.
Morgan Sindall has been appointed to Lot One (£8m - £25m) and Lot Two (>£25m) of the framework. The framework period will be for three years with the option to extend for up to an additional year.
In the previous iteration of the framework, Morgan Sindall delivered a series of flagships projects throughout the region.
This includes the full scope of its work at Paddington Village in Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter, which saw Morgan Sindall deliver The Spine - one of the healthiest workspaces for mental health and physical wellbeing in the UK and the first Grade-A office building in the Liverpool City Region for more than a decade – and the Novotel, the highest hotel in the city.
Projects procured thought the framework in Greater Manchester include Manchester Metropolitan University’s Arts and Humanities Building, the University of Salford’s Science, Engineering and Environment Building (SEE Building) and the new Gorton hub, which opened its doors last month.
On all of these projects, Morgan Sindall used its position as lead contractor to bring a tangible economic and social boost to the respective local areas. This was achieved through dedicated social value programmes that saw the company work with local supply chains, engage with schools and colleges and develop a variety of training and employment opportunities. Two of its projects also hosted Morgan Sindall’s onsite training and learning facility, The Knowledge Quad, providing local people with unique insight into a working construction environment.
Following its reappointment, Morgan Sindall will continue to deploy its Intelligent Solutions approach on projects procured through the framework, which brings together digital and platform design capabilities with modern construction methods and innovative carbon reduction tools to deliver outstanding results for clients and communities.
Barry Roberts, Morgan Sindall’s managing director for the North West said:
Our position on the North West Construction Hub framework has enabled us to deliver some fabulous projects in recent years and we’re thrilled to be reappointed to this latest iteration. Our team is focused on creating unique, sustainable, and inspiring buildings that enrich their local communities both during construction and for their entire lifecycle. We can’t wait to work with our partners at the North West Construction Hub to deliver more brilliant projects.”
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