LHC names winners of £500m consultants framework

Aaron Morby 1 year ago

Public sector procurement body LHC has selected more than 100 firms for its first generation multi-disciplinary consultancy framework.

Worth £500m over six years, the Multi-disciplinary Consultancy Services Framework (MDC1) will be available to all public sector clients across the North of England, Midlands and Anglia, and London and South East.

MDC1’s workstreams cover: architecture, building services engineers, building surveyors, clerks of works, quantity surveyors, employers agents, planning consultancies, principal designers, project management, structural engineering, civil engineering, and multi-discipline services.

MCC1 winners

  • Academy Consulting Solutions 
  • ADP Architecture 
  • AHR Building Consultancy
  • Airey Miller 
  • Allies Morrison
  • Architecture00 
  • Arcus Consulting 
  • Aura Newcastle 
  • Austin-SmithLord 
  • Autor 
  • Avanti Architects 
  • Bailey Partnership (Consultants )
  • Baily Garner 
  • BDP
  • Beta Design Consultants
  • Betteridge & Milsom
  • Blakeney Leigh 
  • BPP Construction Consultants
  • BPTW
  • Buro Happold
  • Butler & Young Associates
  • ByrneLooby Partners 
  • Cairn Architecture 
  • Calfordseaden 
  • Campbell Reith Hill 
  • Capital Property & Construction Consultants 
  • Caulmert 
  • Clancy Consulting 
  • Costplan Services (South East) 
  • Couch Perry Wilkes
  • Currie & Brown UK 
  • Curtins Consulting 
  • Daniel Connal 
  • Daykin Marshall Studio
  • Desco (Design & Consultancy) 
  • DMR Surveyors 
  • ECD Architects
  • Egniol Consulting 
  • Elvet Construction Consultants
  • Faithful+Gould
  • Faithorn Farrell Timms
  • Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
  • Fusion Project Management 
  • Gladstone Consulting  TA Safety Advisors
  • Glancy Nicholls Architects 
  • Gleeds Management Services 
  • Gotch Saunders & Surridge ta
  • GSS Architecture
  • Haworth Tompkins 
  • Hayhurst and Co
  • HBL Associates
  • Hickton Consultants
  • HKS Architects 
  • Hunters
  • IK Consulting Engineers 
  • Initiate Consulting 
  • Jestico + Whiles + Associates 
  • John Rowan and Partners 
  • JPN Projects 
  • Karakusevic Carson
  • Keegans 
  • Kier Business Services 
  • Levitt Bernstein Associates
  • LSI Architects (Design) 
  • Malachy Walsh & Partners
  • Marcel Hendricks & Partners 
  • Marstan BDB 
  • Martin Arnold 
  • McBains Cooper
  • MESH Construction Consultancy
  • Method Consulting 
  • Metropolitan Workshop
  • Michael Dyson Associates 
  • Moll Architects
  • Montagu Evans 
  • MPN UK 
  • One Consulting Group
  • Perega
  • Pick Everard
  • Pierce Hill Project Services 
  • PinnacleESP
  • Playle & Partners 
  • Potter Raper 
  • Price & Myers 
  • Pulse Associates 
  • Quaye Services 
  • Quod
  • Rapleys 
  • RCKa
  • RG+P
  • Richard Jackson 
  • Ridge and Partners 
  • Rock Townsend
  • Rund Partnership 
  • Silver DCC
  • Stace 
  • Stantec UK 
  • Starris Projects 
  • Storm Tempest
  • Structa 
  • Summers Inman Construction and Property Consultants
  • The Fulker Consultancy 
  • Thomas & Thomas
  • Tisserin Engineers
  • TOCA
  • Turley 
  • Turner & Townsend Project Management 
  • Ward Williams Associates
  • Watts Group 
  • Waugh Thistleton Architects
  • Welling Partnership Property and Construction Consultants
  • Wren Architecture & Design 
  • WT Partnership

Ethan James, London and south east Acting Regional Manager, said: “This is the first time we have offered a framework like this to our region, which has been designed to provide a comprehensive range of high-quality consultancy services across multiple disciplines to the public sector for projects of all sizes. Not only does it meet client need and truly reflect the current market, but it also offers something more.”

“Bidders were evaluated based on scenarios reflecting real life situations that clients would encounter, assessing areas such as customer service, site and procurement risk, flexibility and sensitivity to differing needs, such as EDI matters.”

“In that way we can increase equal opportunity, reduce barriers to entry for smaller businesses, and appoint companies with diverse leadership and workforces that reflect the regions and communities that the framework will serve.”

The framework will run until 10 January 2028.

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