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Morgan Sindall Construction builds on legacy in the East of England

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Morgan Sindall Construction is continuing to build on its legacy in the East of England, having secured its position on five major construction frameworks across the region.

The company is placed on key frameworks covering the East, four of which it has been successfully reappointed to within the last 12 months.
This includes Essex County Council’s new Essex Construction Framework 2. The council has established the four-year framework agreement for principal contractors to carry out both design and construction only works, primarily on behalf of the council.

Elsewhere in the East, Morgan Sindall Construction retained its positioned on both the Suffolk and Norfolk construction frameworks, as well as the University of East Anglia’s Contractor Framework.
The company has been an incumbent on Cambridgeshire County Council’s Design and Build Contractor Framework since its reappointment in 2017.

Morgan Sindall Construction’s growing presence across the East has enabled the company to deliver significant social value investment in the region. In 2019, the company made charitable donations of over £20,000, invested more than 2,600 volunteer hours and facilitated almost 4,000 apprentice days.

Supporting the next generation of industry professionals continues to be a major focus for the business, which has engaged with 7,600 students across the East over the last 12 months.
Peter Whitmore, managing director of Morgan Sindall Construction in the East, said: “We’re delighted to have strengthened our position on major construction frameworks covering the East of England and the opportunity this brings for us to influence some of the most impactful and innovative projects in the region.

“Frameworks help to streamline the procurement process and deliver improved performance, quality and value for money. Morgan Sindall Construction has a strong track record in delivering schemes that foster collaboration with key public sector partners and positions us as an effective delivery partner for often complex and high value schemes.

“This underpins our philosophy to not only deliver meaningful partnerships and inspiring learning and public spaces, but gives us the ability to continue to deliver significant social value investment which ensures we leave a lasting impact not only on the buildings we create, but the people we bring with us on our journey.”

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