The appointment to the Cross Keys Framework marks the eighth framework agreement achieved by the company, which is based in Nottingham and has offices in Derby, Leicester and Sheffield.
It means that BSP is now one of the approved consulting engineers for the Cross Keys group, a social housing provider with plans to build around 700 new homes over the next four years.
The group covers an area around Peterborough, and under the framework agreement, BSP will now be able to bid for consultant engineering work for any new social housing schemes that the group builds.
“This is excellent news for BSP Consulting,” said BSP business development director Jef Todd.
“Being appointed to a framework agreement is very often the first step in being able to win work with a group or an organisation, so it means that BSP is well placed to tender for potential new schemes that the Cross Keys group may have in the future.”
BSP provides a comprehensive range of consultancy services to all sectors of the construction community, from architects, project managers and contractors to developers and estate agents.
The company was launched in Nottingham in 1999 and now has offices in Oxford Street, Nottingham, Pride Park, Derby, De Montfort Street, Leicester and Vincent House, Solly Street, Sheffield.
Previous framework agreements BSP has been appointed to include the Keepmoat Homes Framework, the Cambridgeshire Partnerships Framework, the University of Leicester’s Consultancy Framework and NHS Leicestershire County and Rutland. The firm now has framework agreements in three sectors – social housing, health and education.