Delivering award-winning projects that drive community engagement, local spend and jobs for people across Scotland.
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Scape Procure Scotland has been established to reinforce our commitment to compliance, local delivery and community benefits across Scotland.
We are working with our public sector colleagues to make the best use of every investment, with our frameworks in Scotland being fully compliant with EU and Scottish procurement regulations. They are designed to deliver with speed, efficiency and community benefit across the length and breadth of Scotland.
We are experienced with construction frameworks in Scotland. We’ve created over 1,100 affordable homes, refurbished fire stations and delivered new police consultation rooms country-wide. We’ve implemented major flood-prevention schemes, developed roads, airports and docks and provided sports facilities. In Edinburgh, we’re also planning repairs on the iconic North Bridge over Waverley Station.
Our teams have worked with Forestry Commission Scotland on the Cunningar Loop woodland park, a Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games legacy project which transformed an industrial wasteland, created Scotland’s first bouldering park and came in £146,000 under budget. Meanwhile, on North Uist, our Gaelic-speaking team engaged with the local community and delivered a brand new primary school.
In March 2017, Scottish Procurement issued a Procurement Policy Note, regarding ‘Speculative Framework Agreements’ (SPPN 3/2017, 7 July 2017).
For the full Guidance Note please click the button below.
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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The National Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Framework is designed to deliver a variety of project types, from single commissions to programmes of work.
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New Facility for Architecture Students at the University of Edinburgh
Works to build a £3m state-of-the-art facility to improve learning and innovation for Scottish students have begun. Read more
Delivering lasting community benefits in Scotland
Peter Porteous, Scape Procure Business Team Leader, explains the importance of social value and how it is embedded in every Scape project to deliver benefits Scottish communities really need. Read more
Lister Learning and Teaching Centre, Edinburgh
Extending teaching space to accommodate increasing number of students. Read more
Pictish stone carving discovered during A9/A85 project
Featured on BBC News, the team at Balfour Beatty made a fascinating discovery whilst delivering the first phase of the £35m Perth Transport Futures Project. This is a true testament to... Read more
Perth Transport Futures - Phase 1
Perth and Kinross Council are committed to encouraging expansion and investment in Perth by improving connectivity, the flow of traffic and increasing network capacity. Read more
North Uist Primary School
Improving education facilities by merging three existing primary schools into a single 100-pupil school. This project was carefully delivered by Robertson for a close-knit community in Scotland. Read more
Access our frameworks
The Access Agreement allows you to use any of our current or future frameworks, it only needs to be signed once and it carries no cost. Read more
Learn more about the Major Works Scotland framework
The Major Works Scotland framework is designed to deliver construction projects between £2m and £20m. Read more
£35m Perth Transport Futures contract award
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £35 million contract by Perth and Kinross Council to deliver the first phase of the Perth Transport Futures Project, which will support growth in Scotland’s... Read more