New £66 million framework seeks specialist window and door contractors
PVC-U and timber window and door manufacturers, suppliers and installers are being sought for a new four-year framework for public sector projects.
The Windows and Doors framework (WD2) from WPA allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source PVC-U and timber products and end-to-end design services for both residential and non-residential projects.
Black History Month 2021
The theme for this year’s Black History Month is Proud to Be; at WPA we can’t think of a better message to get behind. On a personal level we hope that our colleagues, partners, customers, and suppliers all feel proud of who they are and their heritage – and that they can express it in the inclusive environment we strive for as part of LHC.
We are sponsoring CHC Decarbonisation Conference
This conference will look to understand the reasons for decarbonising, how the foundational economy can be supported, how and why tenants should be engaged with, and how innovation can support the transition to a low-carbon society.
Engineering inspection suppliers appointed to £5m public sector framework
Engineering Inspection Services (EIS1) includes eight workstreams that will enable public bodies to access pre-approved suppliers for the assessment of equipment and systems across social homes, high and low rise blocks, sheltered housing, office buildings, leisure centres, plant rooms and other assets.
Roofing Systems and Associated Works (RS4)
The Roofing Systems and Associated Works framework (RS4) allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source specialist suppliers for the design, supply and installation of traditional flat roofing systems and associated works.
Contractors sought for windows and doors framework for public sector projects
Windows and doors contractors seeking new public sector opportunities can now register their interest and get involved with early market consultation for a new framework that will be issued later this year.
Since establishing the Welsh Procurement Alliance in 2017 we have been looking to work with as many public sector organisations in Wales as we can. The aim was for our organisation to have an impact and to make a difference.
WPA Supporting Pride Month and Beyond
All workplaces can benefit from the positive effects of a culture of diversity and inclusion, they are well documented with increases in productivity, creativity, and profits – the key message that many of these metrics miss is that at the heart of these numbers people exist. At the core of it, when your employees feel happy, comfortable, and safe to be themselves they perform better.
New opportunity to work with WPA - Administration Officer
We are looking for someone who is reliable, enthusiastic, and personable to support our Client Research Officer from our office in Ystrad Mynach.