Eric Wright Construction, which is headquartered in Bamber Bridge, Lancashire, has been appointed to the North West Construction Hub’s (NWCH) Medium Value Framework following its appointment to the High Value Framework earlier this year.
The appointment will enable the company to deliver projects via contracts valued from £2m – £5m in Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Cheshire.
Commenting on the announcement John Wilson, managing director of Eric Wright Construction said: “The NWCH evaluated the submissions against robust criteria which focus not just on our ability to deliver construction excellence but in adding social value through a partnership approach. They took into consideration Eric Wright’s forty-year track record in delivering social value to the communities in which we work and our approach to partnering and innovative working as well as our ability to deliver high quality construction services and excellent value for money. We are delighted to be appointed for a second time to this important framework.”
Eric Wright will work in partnership with the framework, its clients, supply chain and other principal contractors to deliver efficiencies and benefits through collaboration and continual improvement.
John continues: “As a selected partner we recognise that we are all responsible for the success of the framework and contributing to its positive outcomes in the North West. The NWCH has achieved outstanding success over the years in terms of jobs, apprenticeships, training, community support and sustainable buildings; and the efficiencies realised in construction through design, cost, client satisfaction and project completions. These values are embedded in our own culture and we are passionate about contributing to these outcomes through our continued involvement with the framework.”
The company is also seeking to secure a place on the Hub’s low value framework later this year.