07 June 2019
ISG has secured a place on a third major UK framework in just three months, with its re-appointment to the influential Welsh public sector SEWSCAP construction procurement framework.
The main contractor has added the third generation of the South East & Mid Wales collaborative construction framework (SEWSCAP) to recent success on the Department for Education (DfE) and Southern Construction (SCF) frameworks, further bolstering its reputation as a trusted delivery partner for vital community infrastructure.
Zoe Price, group director for public sector frameworks at ISG, explains: “Partnerships and collaboration are vital to the work we carry out in the public sector and we are constantly innovating to make projects more efficient.
“Important capital frameworks, such as SEWSCAP, provide the space and early involvement that enables contractors to problem solve creatively and develop innovative solutions that can prove transformative to programmes, budgets and social value outcomes.
“When the industry works together under such conditions, we can collectively thrive and deliver outstanding built environment solutions that have such a long-lasting and positive impact on our local communities.”
Under SEWSCAP’s third generation framework, ISG has been selected to bid for projects in the South East and mid-Wales areas, across the three highest lots, with a value between £10 million and £100 million.
The projects will be awarded by more than 20 local authorities and public sector organisations over four years and provide an opportunity for ISG to deliver its collaborative, standardised approach to construction projects across the regions.