four year new build housing framework opportunity
Robert Woodhead Ltd are seeking to grow their local supply chain and are inviting local Subcontractor’s to meet their team and learn how to win work on a 4 year housing Framework.
As an affordable housing contractor, Woodhead Living, has been appointed as the development partner to construct approximately 150 new homes over the next 4 years for Bolsover District Council. Robert Woodhead Limited is a family owned multi award winning Construction Company operating across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire, working in partnership with local authorities and Housing Associations to deliver much needed new housing and community regeneration programmes.
Woodhead Living are holding a Subcontractor Engagement event in partnership with the Chamber to provide local contractors with the opportunity to meet the team, and to discuss the opportunities available to them over the next 4 years. They are keen to engage with subcontractors from the following trades, but not limited to:-
- Groundworks including Roads & Sewers
- Painting & Decorating
- Windows & Doors
- Landscaping / Fencing
- Floor Finishes
- Wall/Floor Tiling
You will have experience in small and large projects, be located within the general Bolsover area (approx. 20 miles radius), have new build experience, have experience of working on Frameworks and a commitment to make building a better experience for all by engaging with the local community to deliver employment and skills targets and social value initiatives.
Teas, coffees and light breakfast will be served followed by a short presentation explaining the project followed by the opportunity to talk to representatives of the project and to find out how to apply.
As a matter of course Robert Woodhead Ltd promote that 100% of their employees are CSCS accredited and that contractors are accredited to one of the main SSIP’s (i.e. CHAS).
As detailed at the meet the buyer presentation please use the links below to access the required documentation:
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