Sutcliffe secures place on £1.3bn framework

Liverpool civil and structural engineering firm Sutcliffe secures place on £1.3bn framework that will lead to millions of pounds in new contracts. Tony McDonough reports

Sean Keyes
Sean Keyes, chief executive of Sutcliffe


Liverpool civil and structural engineering firm Sutcliffe expects to win new deals worth up to £6.8m over the next four years after securing a place on a £1.3bn framework.

Sutcliffe has won a place on Pagabo’s latest Professional Services Framework, focusing on a range of disciplines within the public sector.

As one of only a handful of SMEs to be appointed on numerous lots on the national framework, Sutcliffe will deliver civil and structural engineering, building surveying, and health and safety consultancy, including principal design services.

These contracts will be for a range of public sector clients covering the UK. They include NHS and health service providers, education and universities, housing associations, highways and infrastructure, and central government and associated agencies.

Sutcliffe has completed more than 4,469 public sector projects in the last five years. Its portfolio of existing public sector projects includes institutions such as Liverpool’s Women’s Hospital, Macmillan Cancer Centre and the University of Salford.

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Chief executive Sean Keyes said: “To be appointed on Pagabo’s Professional Services Framework is a wonderful achievement and reaffirms our commitment to the public sector.

“We take pride in our contribution to vital projects across the UK and as we continue to establish ourselves as leaders in civil and structural engineering, building surveying and geo-environmental.”

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