Framework success as we lead consortium onto ESPO


We’re pleased to announce that we have been awarded a place on the ESPO 2664 Property, Building and Infrastructure Advice and Management Services framework as lead consultant of a multi-disciplinary consortium.

Our role in the appointment involved leading a four-firm consortium featuring project manager and cost consultant Bentley Project Management, architect Whittam Cox and mechanical and electrical engineers CPW to a place on the framework, which runs until 2024.

The framework brings together a select list of suppliers with a proven track record of delivering property, building and infrastructure advice and management, meaning that public sector bodies can access their services quickly and efficiently.

The appointment to ESPO 2664 will facilitate continued growth of our public sector workload and ambition to support local authorities with regeneration projects.

Director Lawrence Pacey said: “We’re delighted to become a supplier for ESPO 2664 – this is a significant framework that enables eligible public sector bodies to easily access property advice and management services. We’re particularly pleased to have such a strong team of SME suppliers including Bentley, Whittam Cox and CPW to provide clients a great engineering led option.

“With the growing prominence of frameworks and the recent Mosey Report highlighting how they can be best used as an effective tool for suppliers and clients alike, this appointment is a significant step forward for the consultancy.

”The ESPO 2664 Property, Building and Infrastructure Advice and Management Services framework runs from January 2022 to January 2024, with four geographical lots covering London And The South East, The Rest Of England And Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

EPSO has a well-established history of providing goods and services to the public sector, and is highly regarded in the educational sector and among local authorities. EPSO is entirely non-profit and 100 per cent public sector owned, meaning that the capital received after operating costs will be returned to the public purse.