We do this by forging mutually beneficial relationships by understanding the needs of local priority groups and supporting projects that bring lasting positive benefits to the local area. This is part of virtually all our projects, but is especially key on the Major Works Scotland framework, driven by Scape Group’s ethos of providing added value for every client.

But how do we actually demonstrate the impact of this community work?

How can we really prove that we generate social value?

Our Major Works Scotland framework projects benefit from a social value impact assessment, which is based on a format created by our industry-leading partner, Social Value Lab.

To demonstrate social value, we measure social, economic, and environmental factors, using a specific methodology, to show in real terms the positive impact we have on communities.

We measure the outcomes that we have planned, assess the value and gauge the impact.

We can quantify:

 

 

To find out more about how we can demonstrate social value for your project, contact:

Steven Traynor
Scape Framework Manager
s.traynor@robertson.co.uk
01786 277629

Scape Major Works Scotland framework manager

 

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