Sunday, July 21, 2024

Churchill Environmental Services appointed to duo of public sector frameworks

Churchill Environmental Services (CES), the specialist environmental and water arm of Churchill Group, has been appointed to two new frameworks. The frameworks are with Efficiency East Midlands (EEM) and Consortium Procurement (the commercial trading arm of the non-profit Northern Housing Consortium).

EEM, a not-for-profit procurement consortium, provides compliant products and services in repairs, maintenance, and new builds for its members in the public sector. EEM appointed CES for its reputation in water and environmental compliance, which complements EEM’s existing facilities services framework.

Consortium Procurement provides compliance services and dynamic purchasing to its 400 public sector members across the UK. Its members include organisations in construction, asset management, independent living accommodation, and financial inclusion. CES was selected for this framework because of its bespoke solutions for public-sector organisations.

Spencer Culley, director at Churchill Environmental Services, said: “We’re delighted to be appointed to these frameworks. Both EEM and Consortium Procurement provide high-level management strategies and we’re excited to broaden our network of partner organisations in the public sector. The appointments further imbed our position as a leading service provider across multiple industries.”

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