East Midlands

Developing the region’s assets, infrastructure and estate and supporting its long term growth potential.


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East Midlands

Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire sit at the heart of the Midlands Engine – and the UK. With strengths in everything from financial services and life sciences to agriculture and tourism, they’re home to Experian, Capital One, Boots, Raleigh and Benoy.  

Securing a successful future means developing infrastructure, building over 100,000 new homes in Lincolnshire alone, retaining existing industries, nurturing the rural economy and becoming a destination for high-growth businesses. 

The region’s Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) are working hard to make that happen and at Scape, we’re proud to play a role in delivering this agenda. 

Through our construction frameworks, we’re delivering diverse, award-winning projects – developing schools, universities, infrastructure, blue-light services and custody suites, as well as contributing to the One Public Estate programme.

We are experienced in construction frameworks In the East Midlands. We’re working with Nottingham City Council on high-profile projects such as BioCity and Grade A offices for their teams, helping City of Lincoln Council develop an advanced transport hub and building community facilities like Melton Mowbray’s skate park. Our expert teams are behind Bluecoat Academy in Nottingham, affordable new housing in Grantham and a Natural England visitor centre

Our projects bring tangible efficiencies and community benefits; saving money for the public sector, supporting SMEs and creating a built environment for the future. 

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In cities, towns and rural communities across the East Midlands, we’re developing a robust, high-quality public estate that provides the services businesses and communities need.

Paul Windle

Regional Business Manager - East Midlands

07734 492557 paulw@scapeprocure.co.uk

Minor Works

The National Minor Works Framework is designed to deliver construction projects and programmes up to a value of £4m.


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Simon Bradbury

Scape Hub Business Manager

07791 719 758 simon.bradbury@kier.co.uk

Regional Construction

The Regional Construction framework has been designed to deliver projects and programmes of work up to a value of £5m across the Midlands and East of England.


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Ian Towlson

Regional Frameworks Manager
Scape Procure

07976 425 732 iant@scapeprocure.co.uk

Major Works | England & Northern Ireland

The Major Works England and Northern Ireland framework is designed to deliver construction projects between £2m and £20m.


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Jerry Major

Regional Framework Manager

01675 467 666 07837 532 744 Jerry.Major@willmottdixon.co.uk

Major Works | UK

The Major Works UK framework is designed to deliver construction projects between £10m and £50m.


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Principal Works

The Principal Works framework is designed to deliver construction projects over £50m.


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Emma Cann

07885 966 761

Built Environment Consultancy Services

The Built Environment Consultancy Services (BECS) framework provides clients with consolidated design and construction consultancy services under a single framework.


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David Ford

Regional Lead

07718 804282 David.Ford@gleeds.co.uk

Civil Engineering

The Civil Engineering framework is designed to deliver a variety of project types, from single commissions to programmes of work across England, Northern Ireland and Wales, ensuring that infrastructure is well maintained and equipped for the future.


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