hub South West, the public-private partnership funded by Scotland’s business development agencies, local authorities and leading Tier 1 contractors, has welcomed BAM Construct UK and Robertson Construction to its stable of Tier 1 contractors as part of its 2020 supply chain refresh.
hub South West chief executive, Michael McBrearty, said: “Through our supply chain refresh, our aim is to secure partners whose values align closely with ours and with the needs of our Participants.
“As we look forward Hub South West will harness the opportunities developing high quality social infrastructure provides to uniquely secure real social impact and value for money through procurement, locality of supply chain and driving sustainability through our development and delivery. Our ability to deliver these objectives is best served we believe, by working in partnership with the highest quality contracting business in the country.
“We are delighted, therefore, to renew our relationships with Morrison, Morgan Sindall and Keir and to celebrate our new partnership with BAM Construct UK and Robertson Construction.
“Our newest partners bring to the table their rich experience in the education, leisure, and healthcare sectors. Our shared values mean that each is aligned with our needs and reflect our ambition to deliver sustainable, high quality infrastructure for our communities. We look forward to working with them.”
Bruce Dickson, BAM’s Regional Director for Scotland, said “We are absolutely delighted to have been selected by hub South West for their Tier 1 contractor supply chain. In these trying times we really appreciated getting some good news. We are looking forward to working with the team at HubSW and their participants on the delivery of their strong pipeline of projects.”
Ed Parry, Regional Director, Robertson – Central West, said: “Robertson has a wealth of experience of working with hub’s across Scotland and is pleased to have been appointed to hub South West. We are confident that we will deliver on hub South West’s values and participants needs and are delighted to have been selected as a supply chain partner. We look forward to working with hub South West and the communities they serve.”
Mr McBrearty said: “With £468M of projects currently in development, hub South West is well equipped to sustain our pipeline, and to continue the delivery of top-quality infrastructure to our communities across south west Scotland.”
Established in 2012, hub South West is the public-private partnership dedicated to community infrastructure projects in Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway. Its aim is to deliver value for money on these projects while also generating growth in local economies.