Saturday, April 4, 2009

22 firms win place on £150m Welsh framework

Leadbitter, Lovell, Stradform, and Wates are among 22 firms on a ВЈ150m framework to deliver affordable housing across Wales.

Contractors, developers, architects, engineers and construction design management co-ordinators are all working together on the Syniad Development Framework.

The Syniad consortium comprises Wales & West Housing Association, Linc-Cymru Housing Association and the Pennaf Housing Group. The framework will last four to five years.

Anne Hinchey, chief executive of Wales & West Housing Association, said on behalf of the Syniad Consortium: “At a time when the Welsh economy is suffering, this offers tangible reassurance and a degree of certainty to the construction industry.


22 firms win place on £150m Welsh framework


“The Syniad Framework will operate across 20 local authority areas and provide construction skills training, local supply chain initiatives and deliver new affordable housing solutions to meet local housing requirements. 

“We look forward to working with existing and new partners under the framework.”

The full list of contractors and consultants working under the new Syniad Development Framework, and who were represented at the workshop, is as follows:

Wates Group
Anwyl Construction
Pendragon Design & Build
Leadbitter Construction
Ainsley Gommon
Powell Dobson Associates
Munro Associates
Pentan Partnership
WYG Environmental Planning
Willdig Lammie Partnership
Quattro Design
Rider Levett Bucknall
Strongs Partnership
Davis Langdon
Faithful & Gould
Bingham Hall Partnership
Bay Associates Consulting

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