Pulse appointed to national Procure Partnerships Framework
Pulse are delighted to announce our appointment to the recently established Procure Partnerships Framework Professional Services Agreement, delivering project management and quantity surveying services in several regions across the UK. The 4 year framework will run alongside Procure Partnerships’ well established Contractor Framework.
The framework is accessible to most public sector bodies including schools and academies, colleges and universities, libraries and museums, emergency services, housing providers, government departments, local authorities, offering great value for money with free access, flexible call-offs and a direct award option.
Robbie Blackhurst, Procure Partnerships Framework Director gives us more insight into why the ASA was formed, “This framework ASA has been two years in the making with the Procure Partnerships team conducting a detailed analysis of other professional services frameworks available to public sector bodies. This has enabled us to build not only a comprehensive framework ASA but also the most competitive framework on the market for public sector bodies to access. The framework ASA is divided into sub-regional lots supporting the appointment of both local and national practices”
Ian Carey, Managing Director at Pulse explains why this is such an important framework for the Pulse team, “In recent years Pulse Consult’s team of experienced consultants have helped deliver a number of major and minor new build and refurbishment projects for the public sector. Our Vision of our role on the framework is to be an extension of Procure Partnerships’ business, to protect and promote their brand by delivering consistently high-quality services to the public sector.”
Pulse are particularly pleased to be involved in the Procure Partnerships Framework as it very closely aligns to our growth plan and core values, we look forward to engaging with clients in each region to establish long lasting relationships during the course of the framework, and beyond.
Ian further commented, “ Our growth over the last few years strongly aligns to Procure Partnerships regional approach to the framework, we operate from five regional locations with a sixth due to open this year. We are delighted to be involved in a partnership model for the public sector that we can drive real value to. With the synergies of Pulse and Procure Partnerships’ Goals, Values and Ethos we are committed to placing Procure Partnerships and their clients at the heart of our growth in public service offering.”
To find out more about how your organisation could access our services through the Procure framework, and to discuss how Pulse can add value to your next project, please email Ian Carey