04 Sep 2019 | Posted In News, Projects

Harry Fairclough Construction has been successful in securing a place on the North West Construction Hub’s (NWCH) Medium Value Framework, across all lots, reflective of the company’s commitment to building working, learning and living environments which have a positive impact on local communities.

The Constructor Partners on the Framework have been selected through a rigorous and competitive process backed by Manchester City Council. With a requirement to demonstrate the company’s ability to deliver high quality, value for money public sector projects that have had a real impact on the communities in which they are sited, Harry Fairclough Construction has been selected alongside other leading construction companies in the region and will be able to tender for jobs up to £10m for councils and other public bodies across Cumbria, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside.

NWCH highlights how the success of a project is not purely based on the bricks and mortar but is also reliant upon the people and places which have helped create it and its contribution to communities. This is something which Harry Fairclough Construction strives to do in each project; quickly and professionally adding value for clients by investing in and empowering its people to make things happen.

The Hub helps to provide opportunities for local people to develop their skillsets and gain employment as a result of the projects, and each Constructor Partner on the Framework has been identified as a quality and valuable asset to the North West region.

To date the NWCH has delivered over 370 projects for just over 100 clients since 2009, with a total project value of £1.9bn.