Frank Rogers has secured a place on The North West Construction Impact Framework.
Successful in all four framework areas (general construction services, housing, refurbishment and fit out, and M&E Services) the newly formed framework agreement is forecast to offer members a £150m pipeline of work.
The Liverpool-based ‘Construction Impact Framework’ is the brainchild of Sara Lawton, the framework was devised in a way that did not deter SME’s from applying; applicants were assessed on quality, value, and customer service.
Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers commented:
“This framework doesn’t involve a huge number of contractors meaning that the chances of winning work are far greater. The allocation of members has been based on very different criteria to traditional frameworks and it’s great to see firms judged on these credentials.
“We are amongst only a handful of Liverpool based contractors appointed and will compete with national contractors for projects confident in the knowledge that our operation is a truly local one.”
Dean added: “We look forward to bidding for work across our core areas across the city.”
The Construction Impact Framework (CIF) is an OJEU complaint Framework providing clients with easy access to a comprehensive range of Construction related services. The framework is working with public sector organisations from a variety of sectors including Health, Education, Local Authorities and Housing. The framework is a social procurement vehicle which provides added value to Clients capital projects by investing in communities. The framework plans to invest £750,000 over a 4 year period across communities throughout the North West.