SEH French excited to join Essex Construction Framework

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SEH French directors Simon Girling and Paul Rodwell
Simon Girling and Paul Rodwell of SEH French

Suffolk construction company SEH French says it is excited to be named as part of Essex County Council’s newly-announced Essex Construction Framework.

Simon Girling, director of SEH French, said: “This is very exciting news for the team and means we are now among the favoured partners to work in conjunction with the council on schemes in the wider East region.

He added: “Securing a position on the Essex County Council framework is a significant contract win for SEH French. It will provide a regular flow of opportunities and further strengthens our collaborative approach.”

SEH French has been working on a similar Suffolk County Council Framework for 15 years, since its inception. The company is also Framework contractors for Sanctuary Housing and Pagabo.

Under the Suffolk County Council Partnership contracts, up to £1.5million have included work on the Coroners Court at Beacon House in Ipswich which involved internal refurbishment and re-modelling, and Leiston Fire Station, which received a refurbishment to host local police services. The Stevenson Centre in Sudbury has also benefitted from refurbishment under this Framework.

Within education as part of the Suffolk County Council Partnership, a new six-classroom block was built at Whitehouse School in Ipswich. Dale Hall School, also in Ipswich, and Trinity Pre-school in Stowmarket each saw a new stand-alone pre-school building built on site. Great Heath Academy in Mildenhall received an eight classroom extension as well as the internal refurbishment of existing rooms.