Forty firms picked for Cheshire framework

Cheshire East Council has renewed its panel of consultants for architecture, quantity surveying, structural engineering and other property services.

The framework will come into force this month and last for four years. Each contract that will be awarded from the framework has a maximum value of £500,000 and no minimum.

The successful companies were:


  • Halliday Meecham Architects, Manchester
  • Pozzoni, Altrincham
  • Hartington Fleming & Worsley, Stockport
  • Hulme Upright, Manchester
  • Tweed Nuttall Warburton, Chester

Building services engineering

  • NPS Property Consultants, Norfolk
  • WYG Engineering, Trafford Park
  • Troup Bywaters & Anders, Leeds
  • TACE, Cheadle Hulme
  • Atkins, Warrington

Quantity surveying

  • Turner & Townsend, Salford Quays
  • Tozer Gallagher CS, Manchester
  • Cyril Sweett, Manchester
  • Franklin & Andrews, Chester
  • AA Projects, Sale

Structural engineering

  • Atkins, Birchwood
  • Sutcliffe, Liverpool
  • WYG Engineering, Manchester
  • Clancy Consulting, Altrincham
  • Wilde Consultants, Stockport

Building surveying

  • NPS Property Consultants, Norfolk
  • Arcus Consulting LLP, Sale
  • David Trowler Associates, Wallasey
  • Opus International Consultants (UK), Wrexham
  • Ridge & Partners LLP, Liverpool

CDM Co-ordination

  • Arcus Consulting LLP, Sale
  • Edmond Shipway, Manchester
  • David Trowler Associates, Wallasey
  • Capital Projects & Regeneration, Blackpool
  • Tweeds, Manchester

Landscape architecture

  • Austin-Smith:Lord LLP, Manchester
  • Gillespies LLP, Hale
  • Wardell Armstrong LLP, Stoke on Trent
  • WYG Environment Planning Transport, Headingley
  • TEP, Warrington

Environmental engineering

  • JBA Consulting, Warrington
  • Atkins, Birchwood
  • WYG Environment Planning Transport, Trafford Park
  • Campbell Reith Hill, Manchester
  • Wardell Armstrong LLP, Stoke on Trent
  • Hyder Consulting (UK), Warrington
  • RSK Group, Helsby
  • Mott MacDonald, Altrincham
  • Capita Symonds, Cheadle Hulme
  • Scott Wilson, Manchester

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Excellent to see the Council supporting some of the smaller practices.

By Chipper

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