Faithful+Gould committed to delivering NEC 3 Supervisor services with 16 newly qualified professionals

Danielle Wynn
Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group has invested in their staff to increase their capacity to deliver NEC 3 Supervisor services, seeing this as a growth area both for our business and across the construction industry.

NEC provides a clear structure for delivery of projects from start to finish to ensure they are delivered on time, on budget and to the highest standards. It combines project management, contracting and procurement as one best practice process. In construction projects, NEC 3 has frequently been used on large projects and in particular across the industry sector, recognised successes include London 2012 and Crossrail. The contract has been endorsed by the Government Construction Strategy 2016 – 2020 which embraces NEC3’s collaborative procurement techniques for optimising project delivery.

We are feeling a change in delivery process and experiencing a greater demand for qualified and experienced NEC professionally accredited staff, across a broader range of sectors. Clients are preferring the structure and definitive approach delivered through NEC 3 contracts and seeking this not just on large projects but with increasingly smaller values.

The skill sets of our staff are uniquely placed to champion this method of delivery. Our trained staff are spread across the UK, including city hubs of London, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and Cambridge.

Nicholas Ganderton, Associate Director and Head of NEC at Faithful+Gould comments:

“It’s a great investment for Faithful+Gould. Our additional number of ICE accredited NEC professionals (the official body of NEC 3 accreditation) positions us as one of the leading Project and Programme Management consultants who can deliver this form of contract. In recognising the pressures our clients are facing and the need for surety of delivery we have taken steps to meet those demands and confidently assure our clients of our knowledge and understanding to deliver their projects.”

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