Artelia has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Construction Professional Services framework RM6165 for Lot 2 – Urban Regeneration.
Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2020/21, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04bn – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.
Artelia and its design partners, which include Applied Energy, Banyards, BDP, Crofton Design, Cundall, Glanville, Morton Partnership, RockTownsend, Tangram Architects and Thornley Lumb, will provide multi-disciplinary project, programme cost, design and construction management advice to public sector contracting authorities across the UK.
Our technology-enhanced approach delivers outcomes more efficiently with a keen focus on net-zero, social value and innovation, covering a broad spectrum of areas from health and education to housing, infrastructure and heritage regeneration.
Our team providing services to local authorities through the CCS framework is led by Board Director Ian Bailey, who is responsible for all public sector accounts, Framework Manager Simon Cash and Mobilisation Project Director David Rose.
Ian Bailey said: “Our multi-disciplinary team has worked with local authorities, central government agencies, Healthcare Trusts, Police, Fire and Rescue, Education, Housing, Charities and Not-for-profit administrations throughout the UK, giving us exceptional insight into the challenges they face.
“Obtaining a position on the CCS Construction Professional Services Framework with our trusted supply chain partners is a prestigious appointment for our business and we are keen, ready and able to support the Government to deliver its better, faster and greener agenda.”