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ES Global Named as a Supplier on CCS Offsite Construction Framework

ES Global Ltd has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s Offsite Construction Framework.

Following a competitive and rigorous process we are delighted to have been appointed to this prestigious £10bn UK Government framework which promotes the most sustainable and innovative modular infrastructure suppliers in the UK.  This opportunity gives us broader access to an exciting market for the company and is part of our determined strategic intent to grow our public sector offer.

Building on our well-established global major events business, public sector clients for our creative turn-key solutions in recent years include Defra, HMRC, Department for Transport and the NHS in England and Wales.

ES Global has almost 50 years’ experience in modular structures, specialising in the delivery of demountable overlay and rapidly deployable and relocatable buildings. We provide public sector infrastructure, temporary structures, dynamic stages, and event overlay often to fast-track timescales. Recent ES Global major projects include the eight NHS Surge Hubs, venues for Tokyo 2021 and the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the ABBA Voyage Arena and the 2022 Killers UK tour.

CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2021/22, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.8 billion – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

Olly Watts and Jeff Burke the joint CEOs of ES Global said in response to the appointment –

“This is fantastic news for ES Global and reflects the hard work of our team in developing fast-track 2D modular construction solutions to meet urgent client needs.  Having carried out £150m of public sector contracts in the last couple of years, we are looking forward to working with the Crown Commercial Service to bring cost-effective, sustainable modular building solutions to the public sector.  The Framework goes live at the beginning of April this year and we will be carrying out early engagement with public bodies who are interested in working with us.”