Austin-Smith:Lord Secure Positions on Three National Conservation Frameworks

Austin-Smith:Lord Secure Positions on Three National Conservation Frameworks

Our specialist Conservation Architecture services can be accessed through no less than three major conservation frameworks covering the whole of mainland UK.

We have most recently secured a place on the Scotland Excel Building Construction Consultancy Framework for Lot 7 – Conservation Architecture. The framework is available to all Scotland Excel local authorities and associate members and recognises our specialist skills and dedication to contributing to the preservation of Scotland’s architectural heritage. Our position on the framework also confirms our commitment to paying a Real Living Wage and delivering community benefits reflective of the Scottish Government’s National Outcomes.

This latest appointment compliments our position on the prestigious Cadw framework in Wales under Lot 1 – Lead Consultant (Architect). This conservation consultancy framework was established to assist Cadw in the conservation and heritage of 129 monuments throughout Wales which they manage on behalf of Welsh Government Ministers. These monuments range from prehistoric ritual and settlement sites, Roman forts and towns, ruins of medieval castles and abbeys, Renaissance houses and chapels to industrial complexes. They also range in size from a single standing stone to large castles and abbeys.

Our position on the Pagabo Professional Services Framework, Lot 15 Heritage covers England, Scotland and Wales as one of only a small number of practices selected to provide comprehensive, multi-regional specialist services. The framework is openly available and free to access for all clients, enabling them to secure our specialist conservation design expertise through direct award or further competition.

Martin Roe, Executive Director at Austin-Smith:Lord said “A significant proportion of our services are delivered through frameworks which enable our clients to access our skills and expertise efficiently and effectively, taking advantage of fixed rates and fees against pre-agreed service contracts. Being included on these highly specialist frameworks is a testament to our conservation team’s dedication to the preservation of our cultural and built heritage and a reflection of the experience and expertise that they hold.

For further information please contact:
Matthew Dyer, Associate: Head of Conservation
+(0)7936 367 451

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