Public sector procurement body LHC has appointed Rund onto a major Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy Services Framework (MDC1) which will be available to public sector clients across the UK.
LHC, which has serviced over 700 public organisations to date, sets up competitively tendered framework agreements for use in public sector refurbishment, maintenance, and new build projects.
As part of its six-year, £500m MDC1 framework, Rund is appointed on the Employer’s Agent and Clerk of Works lots across multiple regions – London, the South East, the North East and the Midlands.
Paul Belfield, Director at Rund commented: “We are delighted to have been recognised by LHC for our high-quality consultancy services after undergoing a stringent assessment of our services. The framework calls for consultancies that offer exceptional quality, flexibility, and sensitivity to differing needs, which is exactly what we deliver at Rund on every project. “We have many years of experience working with local authorities on projects with significant variations in scale and scope, so understand the importance of tailoring services to suit bespoke needs. We are looking forward to working with more public sector bodies through this framework and helping them achieve high-quality results.”
LHC’s MDC1 framework will focus on providing services for two of its regional business units: LSE, the London and South East branch of LHC; and the Consortium Procurement Construction (CPC), a partnership between Northern Housing Consortium and LHC which accommodates organisations in the North East and Midlands.