Leading contractor Thomas Sinden has been awarded five lots on The Procure Partnerships National (Minor Works) Framework.
The Procure Partnerships Framework was established to support public sector bodies to procure contractor partners. The framework is divided into regional lots supporting the framework values of local delivery with national governance. Partners have been appointed to deliver projects from £50,000 to £4 million.
Thomas Sinden has been successful on the following lots:
- Lot 9 – Procure East of England – £50,000 to £1 million
- Lot 10 – Procure East of England – £1 million to £4 million
- Lot 11 – Procure London – £50,000 to £1 million
- Lot 12 – Procure London – £1 million to £4 million
- Lot 14 – Procure South East – £1 million to £4 million
Paul Cooke, Business Development Director for Thomas Sinden comments, “As a multi-disciplinary contractor we are extremely well placed to work with public sector bodies on a range of projects from commercial, education, social housing, health and heritage and are delighted to be appointed to five lots on this framework. We look forward to working closely with partners over the next four years to deliver a wide range of construction projects.”
Robbie Blackhurst, Framework Director for Procure Partnerships Framework adds, “We are delighted to have Thomas Sinden on board across the East of England, London and the South East who were able to demonstrate successful relevant experience of delivering for the public sector across these geographies. The addition of the Procure Partnerships Minor Works Framework to the previously procured Major Works framework means that we can now offer public sector bodies a one stop shop to compliantly procure contractors to deliver their projects ranging from as little as £50k right up to £100m plus.”
Thomas Sinden was established in 1991 by founding partners Des Thomas and Graeme Sinden and has earnt the reputation for delivering award winning new build and refurbishment projects throughout London and the South East. The company works with both public and private companies, ranging from government departments, local authorities, housing associations, schools, colleges and charitable trusts.
For further information please visit www.thomas-sinden.co.uk