The public sector is supported by CCS to attain maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services.
CCS helped the public sector secure commercial benefits equal to £2.04bn in 2020-2021.
The multidisciplinary consultancy services across core disciplines including project management, civil and structural engineering, mechanical and electrical engineering, architecture, and cost management are provided by the CPS framework.
For Lot 1, Ramboll has been selected to provide construction advisory services to back an extensive range of projects and programmes in the built environment.
Under Lot 2, the company will provide construction advisory services to support a range of urban regeneration and infrastructure projects and programmes.
In Lot 3, the company will offer construction advisory services to support a broad range of international projects and programmes.
Ramboll is also assisting other organisations on Lot 4 of the framework.
With regard to Lot 5, the company will provide construction advisory services to execute a wide range of projects and programmes related to defence.
Ramboll Buildings country market director Andrew Henderson said, “Being awarded these lots is great news and demonstrates Ramboll’s strength and growth within the UK and a recognition of our multi-disciplinary skills and expertise.
“We have been a supplier to other organisations on previous versions of this framework and have helped to deliver some amazing projects.
“We are excited to now lead from the front, bringing our full capacity, knowledge and experience to drive the achievement of net zero by 2050, embedding social value and contributing to the government’s goal to build back better, greener and faster.”
Ramboll has been chosen on four lots of the new Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework. Credit: Ramboll.