Partnerships and frameworks
Partnership is important to Eric Wright Construction and we work collaboratively to understand our clients’ objectives and aspirations to identify cost efficient, high quality solutions.
Eric Wright Construction has long term local partnership experience and is currently engaged on several North West frameworks including Cumbria County Council Capital Schemes, Blackpool LEP and the Lancashire Regeneration Property Partnership. When Mr Eric Wright formed the construction firm which bears his name, he insisted that fairness, honesty, respect and integrity were at the core of everything we do. This wasn’t yet called partnering in 1979, but these principles have enabled the business to grow into the successful organisation it is today. EWC have been partnering with clients and supply chain for over 30 years with agreements accounting for approximately 75% of EWC’s work and 80% of supply chain spend.
Our experience includes 10 schools delivered under the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) Framework in partnership with Blackpool Council, 30+ healthcare facilities under the East Lancashire, Wigan and Bolton, Rochdale and Heywood LIFT Frameworks, two UTCs under the Academies Framework and four schools recently completed or currently being delivered through the EFA North West Framework.
- LRPP (Lancs Regeneration Property Partnership)
- East Lancashire LIFT
- Wigan LIFT
- BRAHM LIFT
- Blackpool LEP
- EFA Framework
- Re: allies Framework (Formally Procure Plus)
- Cumbria County Council Capital Schemes Framework
- Blackpool Coastal Housing Grant Adaptations Framework
- Places for People Developer Contractor Framework
- Construction Impact Framework
- Staffordshire CC Construction Projects Framework
- Wigan County Council Contractors Framework
- Cumbria CC Extra Care Housing & Supported Living Accommodation Framework