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13 April 2022

Norse Consulting is reappointed to EPH framework for construction consultancy

We are pleased to announce Norse Consulting (the new parent company of NPS) has been reappointed to EPH (formerly The Essex Procurement Hub) national framework agreement.

The place will allow the group’s specialist multidisciplinary building consultancy to provide a range of construction consultancy services to public sector bodies across the UK.

Services will include building services engineering; principal designer, employer’s agent and clerk of works services; valuation, estates and property marketing services.

Also included in the four-year EPH national framework are topographical/land surveying and measured land services and energy consultation services.

Simon Hersey, Chief Operating Officer of Norse Consulting, said: “We are delighted to have successfully been reappointed to the EPH framework and look forward to having the opportunity to deliver trusted and responsive consultancy services to both existing and new public sector clients all over the UK.”

EPH has over 12 years’ experience providing successful frameworks for Public Sector Bodies across the UK.

Lili Roqueta, Procurement Support Officer for EPH, said: “Our frameworks are among the easiest and most accessible out there.

“You only need to complete a simple one-page form to access it, you use your own documents to specify your individual requirements and choose direct award or mini competition.”

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