Scottish Procurement Alliance

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Aberdeen City Council’s education operational delivery convener, Councillor M Tauqeer Malik, was joined this week by local pupils, parent council members and representatives of construction company Robertson Group at a special sod-cutting ceremony marking the official start of work on the new

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Procurement specialists SPA will be at Learning Places Scotland in Glasgow on November 23 and 24 to showcase its new public buildings framework that has been designed to help public sector partners achieve low energy and zero carbon buildings and infrastructure projects. SPA’s new public

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Maxi Construction has hailed its appointment to the Scottish Procurement Alliance's Public Buildings & Infrastructure (PB3) Framework. The Livingston-based contractor was one of fifteen firms to have won places on the new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructur

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Fifteen contractors have won places on a new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructure and refurbishment works for the public sector in Scotland. The Public Buildings and Infrastructure (PB3) framework from Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) allows public sector organisation

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The Supplier Development Programme (SDP) has put out a call for local businesses in Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Orkney Islands Council and Shetland Islands Council to attend a free webinar with the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA). “The SPA is looking to create a framework that wor

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The value of projects delivered through the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) have recorded a near 50% increase in value, according to a new report. Projects undertaken through SPA - which partners with bodies such as local authorities, housing associations, universities and emergency services to

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Procurement solution provider Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) has secured its landmark 100th partner. SPA partner organisations – such as councils, housing associations, universities and emergency services – delivered more than £160 million worth of projects in 2018-19 alone th

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The Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) is building on the success of its framework offering and re-procuring four of is most successful frameworks. These are Schools and Community Buildings, Modular Buildings, Roofing and Doors. In the last financial year, 2019/20, SPA’s partners registered o

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Local authorities and registered social landlords in Scotland are being urged to take advice now on how to tackle a backlog of building and maintenance works once the current ban on non-essential construction activity is eased. Public sector procurement specialist SPA is providing information to all

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