Lewis & Graves secures position as a supplier on the CPC Framework
We’re delighted to have secured a position as a supplier on the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) framework for building cleaning services. The team were delighted to rank first on this nationwide framework, which has an estimated overall spend of £250 million.
CPC is a purchasing consortium, owned and run by the education sector, which provides specialist advice on the procurement of reliable, compliant, and best-value suppliers. Their main purpose is to produce purchasing frameworks, compliant with procurement regulations, to make the sourcing of goods and services easier for members, including schools, academies, multi-academy trusts (MATs), colleges and universities.
James Abbott, Operations Director, Lewis & Graves Partnership said:
“I am very proud of the team who worked on the CPC framework bid. Due to their hard work, commitment and understanding of the client’s brief, L&G has gained access to all 16 lots nationwide, scoring an impressive 98.4% for the submission, ranking us in first place.
This is a massive achievement and shows that L&G with the support of Atlas are leaders in the Education sector. It will be a very busy year, and we are all ready for the challenges.”