Ian Williams awarded three places on innovative South East & Mid Wales Collaborative Construction Framework
Posted: 26th July 2019
Ian Williams is delighted to announce we have been awarded three lots on the prized, four-year South East & Mid Wales Collaborative Construction Framework (SEWSCAP) This framework, first established in 2010 to streamline procurement processes for schools and public buildings, is open to 13 local authorities, higher education colleges, health boards and housing associations across the region and is hosted by Cardiff City Council.
Ian Williams, Executive Director Mike Turner comments: “Although we now have offices across the whole UK, Ian Williams was first established in Cardiff in 1946. We’ve since continued to work with many of the leading local authorities and housing associations keeping Wales very much at the heart of our business. This makes our acceptance onto this framework even more special, as does the synergy between our own business and SEWSCAP in terms of focusing on continuous improvement and best practice. We look forward to working with the SEWSCAP team and framework organisations in the coming months and years.”
Chris McLellan, SEWSCAP Framework Manager adds: “We’re delighted to welcome Ian Williams onto the new renovations lots within SEWSCAP3 as they have a great track record of delivering refurbishment, renovation and maintenance projects across schools, homes and public buildings in Wales.
“This is the third iteration of the collaborative construction framework in Wales and draws together the expertise of pre-qualified, experienced small, medium and large contractors to provide various school / public buildings construction works between the values of over £250k to £100m. Our mission is to achieve sustainable best value arrangements for South East & Mid Wales through competitive procurement, whilst driving social value generation, continuous improvement and best practice. This is achieved through promoting collaboration with key stakeholders and industry benchmarking.”