Monday, February 23, 2009

Capita Symonds, WYG and WSP in Mapeley Estates framework

Capita Symonds, WSP and WYG Engineering have been appointed to two major building services frameworks for Mapeley Estates.

The four-year public and private sector frameworks, which will cover over 200 refurbishment projects across the UK in 2009, will be divided between the consultants on a regional basis.

Capita Symonds will cover Wales, the East Midlands and West Midlands. WSP will take London, the South East, South West and East of England. WYG will cover the North East, North West, Yorkshire & Humberside, Scotland and N Ireland.

The frameworks will be based around collaborative/partnership working, including open book with incentivised schemes and enhanced health and safety standards.


Capita Symonds, WYG and WSP in Mapeley Estates framework


Michael Hewitt, director, Capita Symonds, said: “We will be working with the contractors and architects appointed on Mapeley’s projects in a collaborative manner to provide a range of consultancy support services. This will include strategic advice regarding the latest sustainable solutions associated with portfolio asset management, capital works and building refurbishment.”

WSP technical director Phill McMahon said: "We are delighted to be appointed to Mapeley’s major building services framework, WSP will provide Mapeley with a world-class service which means that the team not only deliver compliance with project briefs but excel in driving in value through efficiency and effectiveness."

Alan Webster, regional director, WYG Engineering, added : “We are pleased to be a key member of a prestigious framework that provides the opportunity to partner with the Mapeley Estate and a skilled team of other consultants, architects and contractors. Through collaborative working we will help to deliver financially, environmentally and technically sustainable Building Services Design solutions for both the public and private sector portfolio of clients.”

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