Wynne Construction is eyeing a potential expansion of projects after being successfully appointed to a UK-wide framework valued at more than £1 billion.
We have been named as an approved contractor on procurement body Pagabo’s Medium Works framework. The framework provides an industry-compliant market for public sector clients across Wales, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside, West Yorkshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire counties for builds up to £10 million. More than 160 projects have been successfully procured through the system since its initial launch in 2019, with contractors appointed to the programme recognised for maintaining an industry gold-standard approach to construction practices.
We have a strong history of securing schemes via frameworks, including the North Wales Construction Partnership (NWCP), the South West Wales regional Contractors Framework (SSWRCF) and the South East and mid-Wales Collaborative Construction Framework (SEWSCAP3).
Our family-owned firm will have a position on the Pagabo framework through to the start of 2027.
Chris Wynne, our managing director, said: “As a company which is strongly dedicated to delivering high quality builds across the public sector such as schools and social housing developments, this framework was a natural fit for us, and it is fantastic news that we’ve been successful. The appointment is another key milestone showcasing how strong our growth has been over the last 12 months as well as the excellent standard of our on-site work and our commitment to social value outcomes. Our team is already looking forward to working with new and established partners as well as safeguarding and providing ample opportunities for our wider and compliant supply chain as part of projects under this system.”
The appointment comes as we prepare to commence £60m worth of schemes over the course of 2023, with aims to further consolidate growth across Wales and North West England. We are currently working on a number of major builds across the public sector, including the £7m development of Ysgol Gymraeg Y Trallwng in Powys and the construction of Ysgol Y Graig on the Isle of Anglesey. Projects procured via Pagabo will also allow us to maximise social value opportunities across its supply chain in part through the development of work experience and apprenticeship positions via our Wynne Futures Foundation. Through this, we are aiming to facilitate and provide more than 100 work experience placements and 250 apprenticeships across its sites within Wales and England by 2025.
For more information on Pagabo’s Medium Works framework, visit https://pagabo.co.uk/frameworks/medium-works-framework