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Hydrock secures place on latest iteration of Scotland Excel

26th May 2023

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve secured a place on Scotland Excel’s Building Construction Consultancy Framework, providing the latest boost to our growth ambitions in the region.

Awarded a place on Lot 3 (Mechanical and Electrical Engineering) and Lot 13 (Environment Engineering) it opens the door to providing specialist sustainability and design consultancy on public sector infrastructure projects in Scotland, which are awarded by Scotland Excel on behalf of 32 local authorities and more than 100 associate members from across the public and third sector.

Marc Pawson, Regional Director — Scotland at Hydrock, said:

Scotland Excel has a particular emphasis on community benefits, and we’re committed to delivering all engineering consultancy and design with a focus on net zero targets and sustainability. Having been placed highly for the mechanical and engineering, in particular, we’re looking forward to working in partnership with local authorities across Scotland, helping the built environment respond to climate change.

Embracing a sustainable procurement approach, Scotland Excel acts as a powerful driver of social, economic and environmental benefits for communities.

The framework is available for use by contracting authorities including Scottish Government, Scottish Prison Service, Scottish National Health Service Authorities and Trusts, Transport Scotland, local authorities, registered social landlords, colleges and universities.

Established in 2008, Scotland Excel is a non-profit shared service designed to help Scotland’s local authorities meet the twin challenges of reducing budgets at a time of growing demand. It was founded in the belief that collaborative procurement increases efficiency and ensures money is saved to protect frontline services, while enabling local authorities to realise a host of social, economic and environmental benefits from their spend.

Visit the Scotland Excel website for more information about the framework: