Frameworks

We are appointed to several public sector Frameworks which enable our clients to appoint us to deliver a range of services across our specialist sectors.

We support innovation, adopt collaboration, provide opportunities for sustainable job creation and training and deliver efficiencies and value for money.

  • We are appointed to the ‘Architectural Services’ Lot of the Cutting Edge Framework (2021 - 2025).

    The residential focused Framework covers the north of England and supports the procurement and delivery of social housing developments across a wide range of sectors including tenures, affordable housing, affordable rent, affordable shared ownership, outright sale and older person shared ownership. Framework members include: Riverside, Onward Homes, Progress Housing Group, the Regenda Group, Magenta Living, Salix Homes, Irwell Valley Homes and Together Housing Group.

    Find full details of the Framework here.

  • We are appointed to “Lot C4a West” and “Lot C4 East” of the Innovation Chain North (ICN) Framework (2020 – 2024).

    We have been appointed to provide architectural services on this £750m Framework which is managed by Great Places Housing Group. Framework users include: Aspire Housing, Bolton at Home, Halton Housing Trust, Jigsaw, Johnnie Johnson Housing, MSV, One Manchester, Peaks and Plains, Rochdale Boroughwide Housing, Onward, Manchester City Council, Wigan Council and the City of Stoke-on-Trent Council.

    Find full details of the Framework here.

  • We are appointed to ‘Lot 4 Architectural’ of the Fusion 21 Consultants Framework. (2021 – 2025).

    The Framework is designed to support public sector organisations, including housing, education and healthcare providers to deliver capital work programmes. Fusion 21’s members, and users of the Framework, include: Onward Homes, Greater Manchester Police, Transport for London and a range of local authorities, NHS bodies, Police and Fire authorities and registered charities.

    This is the second time we have been appointed to provide architectural services on Fusion 21 Frameworks. Past projects include:

    Find full details of the Framework here.

    • We are an accredited supplier on the Bloom Pro-vide 2.0, NEPRO³ Framework solution.

      NEPRO³ is an OJEU compliant procurement Framework which assists the public sector bodies to buy and manage specialist professional services from a choice of regional and national suppliers. The Framework is available to use by all public sector bodies.

      Find full details of the Framework here.

      • We are appointed to ‘Lot 2 – Architectural Services (C North West)’ of the EN: Procure Consultancy Framework (2020 – 2024).

        The EN:Procure Framework has an estimated total value of £10.4m over 4 years. The Framework is run by Efficiency North who’s members and customers can utilise the Framework to procure cost effective, consultancy services in the social housing and wider public sector in Northern England. Framework users include the Guinness Partnership, Sheffield City Council, Beyond Hosing and the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust.

        Find full details of the Framework here.

        • We are appointed to ‘Lot 2 – Architects for New Build and Refurbishment Work’ of the ForViva Framework Building Services Framework (2018 – 2022).

          The ForViva group includes housing associations City West Housing Trust and Villages Housing Association, as well as construction firm Liberty Group, and ForLiving, which provides homes for market rent, private sale, and shared ownership.

          • We are appointed to the L&Q Housing Trust – Architects Framework (2019 – 2021).

            This £50m Framework is run by Housing Association L&Q and is also available to use by Trafford Housing Trust. The framework is used to procure design services to enable the delivery of new-build, refurbishment, conversion, mixed-use, and mixed-tenure schemes and masterplanning services in both rural and urban environments.

            • We are a named supplier to both Turner & Townsend and Curtins on the Homes England Multidisciplinary Panel Framework (2019 - 2023).

              The Framework requires teams to provide technical advice, services and design input that will help Homes England prepare brownfield and surplus public sector land for residential development. It is open to registered providers, local authorities, healthcare trusts, colleges, schools, higher education providers, and all other government bodies.

              Find full details of the Framework here.

              • We are appointed to ‘Lot 2: Architectural’ of the Sovini Development Consultancy Services Framework (2020-2024).

                This 4-year Framework is for the provision of consultancy services. The Agreement will be used by Sovini and all subsidiaries of Sovini.

                • We are one of four Architects appointed to Mosscare St Vincent's (MSV) Contract Consultants Procurement for All Dynamic Purchasing System.

                  Projects to date include:

                  • Project 500
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