The infrastructure firm has been appointed as a Tier One contractor on the hub South West framework – which currently has £468m of projects currently in development.

The appointment will see projects delivered by Robertson Central West, which has significant experience of working within the hub model.

A wide swathe of the country is covered by the framework, encompassing North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, North Ayrshire, East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway – an area with a population of more than 1.1m.

hub South West works with local authorities in each of those areas, as well as regional NHS health boards, Scottish Ambulance Service, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service and North Ayrshire Ventures Trust.

Projects are delivered across the education, health, leisure, office development and housing sectors.

Ed Parry, Managing Director, Robertson Central West, said: “Robertson has a wealth of experience of working with hub’s across Scotland and is pleased to have been appointed to hub South West. 

“We are confident that we will deliver on hub South West’s values and participants needs and are delighted to have been selected as a supply chain partner.  We look forward to working with hub South West to delivering for the communities they serve.”

Michael McBrearty, Chief Executive, hub South West, said: “In our annual supply chain refresh, our aim is to secure partners whose values align closely with ours and with the needs of our Participants.

“For the forthcoming decade hub South West’s renewed focus on sustainability, quality, best value, and social impact will be well-served, we believe, by the highest quality contracting businesses in the country.

“Our newest partners bring to the table their rich experience in the education, leisure, housing and healthcare sectors. Our shared values mean that each is aligned with our needs and reflect our ambition to deliver sustainable, high quality infrastructure for our communities. We look forward to working with them.”

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