"We have used the Scape framework for some years utilising Kier under Minor Works agreement. The nature of the framework allows us to engage very quickly with Kier and cuts out many of the obstacles that would be in the way using traditional tendering or other frameworks. We have multiple schemes each year and Scape have proven to be an incredibly useful and successful vehicle in delivering our projects."
- Adam Shepheard, Capital Projects Development Manager, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The National Minor Works framework is designed to deliver projects up to a value of £4m and larger programmes of work.
Led by Kier, the leading property, residential, construction and services group, the Minor Works framework is used across the UK to help with new build, maintenance and refurbishment programmes.
With services deployed via its network of regional offices and extensive local supply chain, Kier’s Minor Works team is committed to responsive delivery and achieving superior outcomes for our clients.
- New Build and Extensions
- Planned Remedial Works
- Design and Build
- Buildability Advice
- Risk Management
- Feasibility Support
- Site Surveys
- Post Occupancy Support
Creating opportunities in construction for the next generation
Michael Edwards, Framework Director for Kier, talks about how the next generation can kick-start a career in construction through apprenticeships. Read more
Devonshire Park Players Village
Part of a transformation scheme by Eastbourne Borough Council, this facility delivered by Kier for the prestigious AEGON International Tennis Tournament. Read more
2017: An inspiring year of Scape activity for Kier Group
Our partner Kier takes a retrospective look at the positive steps they have made in inspiring the next generation through their work as part of Team Scape this year. Read more
Newington Community Primary School
Delivering more capacity and an outstanding learning environment to an ambitious, friendly community school Read more
Delivering important upgrades to an iconic, 100-year old listed building in Kent, whilst integrating museum facilities, reinstating an art gallery and preserving the building’s cultural heritage. Read more
Delivered by Henry Brothers, this project involved the complete modernisation and refurbishment of the Exploris Aquarium, designed to boost tourism in Northern Ireland. Read more