Our vision comes to life through partnership. We build relationships on trust, collaboration and open communication, because it’s the only way to create places as smart and resilient as the people who use them.
We’re proud of our unparalleled track record and reputation for delivery we’ve built over 30 years. We’re even prouder to work with some of the world’s most successful and enduring businesses, cities and institutions.
We’ve come this far because we embrace change. Delivering the places of tomorrow requires the ability to think big and collaborate effectively – it requires what we call, Delivery Dynamic.
Delivery Dynamic is the secret behind our great relationships, and the driving force behind our transformational results. It’s who we are. It’s what we do.
Working together to deliver legacy
We have a long history of delivering projects for central and local government, as well as non-governmental organisations (NGOs). Together we have delivered a range of schemes including educational spaces, offices, leisure centres, emergency service facilities, justice and defence buildings, and community projects. We understand the pressures government bodies face around funding, internal processes, sustainability targets and delivering impactful social value, and we work with them to find solutions that fit their needs exactly.
With a commitment to securing long-term economic and social value for the people and communities touched by our work, we know how important it is to engage with them directly and set targets based on local needs. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw an increase in need for support from community partners and clients. We evolved our social value offer to deliver creative virtual programmes, working in partnership with community providers to ensure their needs were met – an approach that was commended at the 2021 National Social Value Awards.
Building for today and tomorrow
Organisational requirements and people’s needs are changing faster than ever before, so it’s vital that publicly funded projects are flexible, sustainable, and secure long-lasting value. By designing and planning for the current and future needs of those who will use the space, we ensure long-term effectiveness and maximum value of public funds – building in resilience and flexibility, leveraging technology and data for better insights, and blending best practice with innovative, sustainable solutions.
Experience that transcends frameworks
For over two decades, we have been a partner on several influential public sector frameworks. We work collaboratively with local authorities and central government clients – including Department for Education (DfE), Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and HMRC – as part of our national and regional framework partnerships, and have built a formidable reputation for understanding challenges and presenting the right solutions.
We have consistently done this throughout our work with the DfE. By pooling learnings from consultants and supply chain partners, we have created a suite of standardised components that enrich learning environments and deliver on cost and sustainability. By transferring and replicating proven techniques and processes, the model speeds up pre-construction, avoids delays during the design phase and improves programming.
We were also named Southern Construction Framework Contractor of the Year in 2020, with quality of relationship and strong project performance cited as key factors, as well as our tangible contribution to the framework’s progression.
Fast, future-proofed modular builds
When time is limited and expectations are high, modern construction techniques can provide the solution. We can offer a modular prefabricated construction method, designing and installing smart, flexible environments quickly, no matter how complex the needs, integrating bespoke end user requirements into each space.
The best of both worlds
We have developed a number of public/private partnerships over the years, using our combined expertise to ignite better outcomes. Our relationship with Alliance Leisure – a partnership which spans over 25 projects, many of which have been delivered through the UK Leisure Framework (UKLF) – is responsible for revitalising existing local authority leisure amenities to a standard rivalling those in the private sector.