MAC Construction Consultants appointed on £10.4m framework

EN:Procure announces those successful on over-subscribed Consultancy Framework

MAC Construction Consultants has been announced as one of just 70 firms to be successfully appointed to EN:Procure’s new Consultancy Framework.

The specialist procurement arm of social hosing consortium Efficiency North Holdings Limited, En:Procure’s new framework will provide their public sector and social housing members and clients, easily accessible and cost-effective consultancy services from leading organisations.

The four year framework will focus its support on social housing schemes, as well as wider public buildings, which are managed by public sector organisations, such as schools, universities, infrastructure sites and offices across the East Midlands, North West and Yorkshire and Humber.

MAC Construction Consultants, which was one of 600 companies from across the North and East Midlands to submit tenders, only 70 of which were successful, has been appointed to provide Building Surveying and Clerk of Works services.

EN:Procure Director of Operations Emma Mottram commented, ““Following a detailed and challenging test of so many tenderers’ capacity, competency and efficiency we are delighted to have achieved such a diverse offer in the Framework, with a mix of larger national practices as well as smaller local businesses.

“We are very much looking forward to working with them to find solutions that meet the needs of our members and their communities in the current challenging economic climate.”

Yusoff Ghaznavi, Managing Director of MAC Construction Consultants commented: “The team at MAC have a proven track record of delivering a number of projects within the public sector realm on time, to budget and to excellent standards which go above and beyond.

“I am truly delighted that our team have been recognised for our previous credentials and we are now looking forward to working with EN:Procure and their client base to support the delivery of much needed projects in the North and East Midlands.”

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