Osborne Re-secures Place on London Construction Programme Major Works 2019 Framework
Osborne has successfully re-secured a place on the London Construction Programme (LCP) Major Work 2019 Framework.
This sees the firm bring together their cross sector industry expertise to deliver projects on the following lots:
• 1.2 / 1.3 / 1.4 – Housing and Residential (£5m – £20m+)
• 2.2 / 2.3 / 2.4 – Education and Leisure (£5m – £20m+)
• 3.2 / 3.3 / 3.4 – Capital projects (£5m – £20m+)
• 4.1 – Historical and Heritage (£1m+)
• 5.1 – Highway and Public Realm (£1m+)
John Craig, Managing Director of Osborne Built Environment, said: “Securing Osborne’s place on the re-procurement of the LCP Framework reaffirms that our reputation as one of the most effective and reliable partners working in the London building market today and reflects our ability to work across a wide variety of project types and values.”
John Dowsett, Managing Director of Osborne Infrastructure, said: “We are delighted to be given the opportunity to demonstrate our extensive capability to safely deliver highways and civils projects in the London Boroughs, with our unique approach that is centred around collaboration and value.”
The LCP Major works 2019 framework and the Professional Services and Minor Works DPS’ is a ‘one stop shop’ for local authorities and other public sector organisations within London and Surrounding Home Counties to get quick and easy access to a large number of high-quality contractors via a comprehensive suite of commercial procurement vehicles.