Faithful+Gould secures SCAPE SCOTLAND Framework

Sandra Cummings
Faithful+Gould has been appointed by Scape to be the sole supplier on Lot 1 of the SCAPE Scotland Consultancy | Built Environment framework. This is tremendous news and our team in Scotland are delighted to have this opportunity to renew their relationship with SCAPE and help the Scottish public sector Build Back Better.

The framework will help the public sector achieve better project outcomes, from individual assets through to major town and city centre regeneration initiatives, whilst embedding sustainability and zero carbon options that help effectively respond to the climate emergency.

The award is testament to the quality of projects and service that Faithful+Gould provides to the public sector in Scotland. It will enable our team to build upon the successes of our previous frameworks with SCAPE. Projects and programmes of work such as the Edinburgh Futures Institute for the University of Edinburgh, Calton Hill Observatory for City of Edinburgh Council, the new Sports Centre for the University of Stirling and the national asset management programme for Scottish Fire and Rescue are just some examples of the projects we have procured via SCAPE. All are outstanding projects and have brought massive positive benefit on our local communities.

 Sandra Cummings, Framework Director for Faithful+Gould said: “Our team is delighted to have received this news. SCAPE’s commitment to social value and excellence is something that we share and are extremely passionate about. We work hard to show our that commitment to our Clients in Scotland and we believe this came across in our tender submission.”

 

Mark Robinson, group chief executive at SCAPE, said: “The quality of the bids we received was simply outstanding. Our new partners for these frameworks have the capacity to be transformative for our colleagues in the public sector seeking specialist consultancy support for projects in their communities.

 “A core commitment to community enrichment, job creation, apprenticeships and tangible social value runs through every lot. The enhanced goals set in these frameworks and the fact that their breadth and scale is greater than what’s gone before will ensure they set a new benchmark for positive social and economic impact from professional services in construction.”

 

SCAPE Scotland Consultancy | Built Environment enables our Clients to engage Faithful+Gould directly to provide multi-disciplinary services. Should you wish to find out more, please do not hesitate to get in touch. 

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