Bray & Slaughter are delighted to announce this public sector framework award following a competitive tendering process in November 2020.
The Framework Agreement is open to be utilised by other public sector organisations within the geographical district of the West of England Combined Authority and Avon & Somerset Constabulary, the Avon Fire & Rescue Service, the University of Bristol, the University of the West of England, the University of Bath and NHS Trusts in the Bristol Area.
Works will comprise of schemes upto £4.5m in value and will include assets such as schools, community buildings, heritage buildings, leisure facilities, offices, residential and retail.
Bray & Slaughter have delivered a number of schemes across Bath & North East Somerset and have recently been awarded a project to extend and refurbish Cameley CEVC Primary School in Temple Cloud.
This framework award will further strengthen our relationship with the Local Authority over the next 4 years and will bring our value add proposition directly to clients using the framework.
Grant Jefferies – Managing Director commented:
"This relationship will ensure the full benefits gained from investing and improving property assets will be felt in the region. Our focus on Bath and the surrounding area and alignment of our business with the best local suppliers and specialists will deliver on B&NES ambitious plans and we are excited to be supporting our client in delivering on this phase of their corporate strategy."