Faithful+Gould Appointed on Largest Public Sector Building Surveying Project

Jo Robson
Faithful+Gould has been successfully appointed by the Education Funding Agency on one of the largest building surveying projects in the UK public sector to date.

The Condition Data Collection (CDC) is a new programme which will survey 22,000 educational establishments throughout England over the next three years. During peak programme periods it will involve visiting between 700 and 1200 establishments per month.

"We are delighted to be involved in a project of this magnitude and importance for the EFA".

Shaun Lunn, Head of Building Surveying

The data collected from the site visits will provide the Education Funding Agency with an improved and up to date evidence base which will help inform future funding allocations and help direct investment to the areas with the greatest condition need.

The information that is gathered will include high level contextual data about the school, the site and the buildings within it, condition data for each building and information about key building management and compliance documentation that is available.

Faithful+Gould has worked with over 300 public sector organisation over the last eight years, delivering building survey work of various scales and size which ensured that we had the staff with the appropriate skills and experience to deliver the requirements of the CDC project.

Shaun Lunn, Head of Building Surveying in the UK & Europe for Faithful+Gould said “Our appointment on this exciting project is testament to the fantastic skills, experience and competence of our building surveying staff. We are delighted to be involved in a project of this magnitude and importance for the EFA”.

Project Director and Faithful+Gould Regional Director, Jerome Edwards said “We are delighted to be working on an education project of this size and of such national importance. It is a fantastic opportunity for Faithful+Gould to work with a key public sector body and it adds to the extensive portfolio of building surveying and education projects we are currently delivering throughout the UK. We will work closely with the EFA and the wider supply chain to ensure that the project is delivered on time, within budget and to the brief as set out by the EFA".

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