Under this four-year framework, Osborne is in line to carry out projects valued at more than £1m for a wide range of public bodies across the following sectors. Works will include new build, extensions, improvements, renovations, repairs and maintenance, and building site infrastructure projects.
Osborne is already on the iESE Tier 2 framework list, under which it has undertaken projects including the extension and modernisation of Cradle Hill Primary School in Seaford, East Sussex, and the construction of new Passivhaus affordable homes for Saxon Weald in Horsham, West Sussex.
Keith Taylor, managing director of Osborne’s Construction Sector said: “We are delighted to have been successful in securing our position on this wide-reaching framework. As well as covering a large part of the southeast, the iESE framework reaches all Osborne sectors and provides us with an opportunity to work collaboratively, both across the company and with external project teams, in line with our core values and commitment to working in partnership with our customers.”