Leading property and construction consultancy McBains has won a place on the LHC multi-disciplinary consultancy services framework (MDC1) for both the CPC (North & Midlands) and LSE (London & South East) regions.
The framework enables local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source pre-approved consultants to support construction and refurbishment projects from site find, survey and feasibility through to design, project management and completion.
Services available through the framework include architecture, building services engineering, building surveying, clerk of works, quantity surveying, employer’s agent, planning consultancy, principal designer, project management, structural engineering and civil engineering.
This latest win wraps up a successful year for McBains in terms of framework appointments, having previously secured places on the Homes England development monitoring and management services framework, the CCS construction professional services DPS, Lots 1 and 2 of the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) construction professional services framework, Lot 11 of the Fusion 21 consultancy framework and Lot 5 of Hertfordshire County Council’s framework agreement for professional consultancy services.
Anthony Coumidis, Commercial Director at McBains commented: “We’re proud that our capabilities have once again won us a place on a much-coveted framework and look forward to working with LHC and their public sector clients to deliver vital projects to local communities”.
Covering a variety of project types, including educational buildings, healthcare buildings, blue light facilities, community buildings, residential properties and student accommodation, the framework runs from January 11, 2022 until January 10, 2028.
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