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Willmott Dixon renews IESE place

4 Aug 11 Willmott Dixon has been reappointed to the Improvement and Efficiency South East (IESE) framework, which will be used by public sector organisations across the southeast to procure major building works over the next four years.

Most of the work that comes to Willmott Dixon through the framework will be carried out through its Cobham office.

Under the previous IESE framework, which generated £1.8bn of work, Willmott Dixon delivered more than £336m of projects, which were a mix of leisure facilities, community buildings, police facilities and schools including four Pathfinder schools.

The new IESE framework will see Willmott Dixon compete with seven other companies – including Miller and Leadbitter - to deliver the same mix of projects for local authorities across the southeast.

Mark Tant, managing director at Willmott Dixon’s Cobham office, said: “It was vital we secured our place as there is another £1bn of work that will come from this framework over the next four years and we have to be in a position to compete for it. The team worked very hard to re-secure their place again and it continues our ethos to provide clients using the framework with great value for money.”



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