New Industry Partnership Appointed to Ministry of Justice Framework

PICK Everard – the national property, construction and infrastructure consultancy – has formed an alliance with WT Partnership to deliver the four-year Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Professional Services Providers Framework.

The Framework will deliver prisons, courts, border crossing facilities, Home Office and government buildings across Wales and Central England and was precured via the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework.

Andrew Seaman, national director at Pick Everard said: “Pick Everard has been delivering cost management services under the CCS framework since its inception. We’re delighted to be working in partnership with WT Partnership under this framework, delivering cost management services.

“This is a significant custodial framework, which will support the MoJ in achieving its objectives to deliver capital and whole life cycle costs within value for money parameters, whilst ensuring timely project delivery and high quality outcomes.”

WT Partnership – an international cost and project management consultancy - has been working with the MoJ for more than 15 years so has extensive experience in the sector and understands every type of project requirement.

Andrew continued: “We work with more than 500 supply chain partners across the UK and, through the development of mutually beneficial relationships and the identification of sector specialisms, we’re able to provide alternative routes to market for our clients.

“This partnership will benefit the client by ensuring that the most appropriate specialists are on the project team. The alliance also benefits WT Partnership by ensuring that it continues to deliver major projects for the MoJ, whilst utilising our experience on the CCS framework.

“The MoJ provides essential public sector buildings and we’re incredibly proud to be working on such an important opportunity.”

David Kendall, director at WT Partnership said: “We are delighted to be appointed to work with Pick Everard to deliver cost consultancy services to the MoJ on its new framework for the Wales and Central England region.

“This provides continuity of delivery to an important client with whom we have been working since 2003 and builds on the professional working relationship we have had with Pick Everard over a similar period.”

Over the last two years, Pick Everard has engaged with almost 200 supply chain partners, providing new routes to market and generating £1.3 million worth of spend in local economies across the UK. For more information visit:

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