Deal to run for four years
Four architecture practices have claimed places on a new Aston university framework.
The Birmingham university has unveiled a five-lot framework across a range of disciplines that will provide work on its capital developments programmes.
Broadway Malyan joins Midlands-based practices Associated Architects, Glancy Nicholls and Robothams on the four-year framework.
The framework is expected to be worth £6.25m over the period, with the architectural consultancy services lot accounting for almost half of that figure.
The four practices will share in up to £3.6m of work over the lifespan of the framework which covers both new-build and refurbishment schemes.
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Firms have also been appointed to other lots: project management, mechanical and electrical, structural and civil engineering and building surveying services.
Estate Capital Development consultancy services framework
Lot 2: Architectural consultancy services
Glancy Nicholls Architects