SCF well placed to buck the trend in Glenigan Economic Forecast

Glenigans highline heading from their Construction Outlook Forecast…

SCF two-stage approach explored options with Woking BC

The SCF has seen an increasing number of large scale Car Park…

Levelling the playing field for smaller businesses

Central to the SCF is understanding the difficulty faced by SMEs…

Protecting against Main Contractor Failure

Carillon is obviously the first thing that people think about…

Championing diversity in the industry

Emma Bull, framework manager for ISG, international construction…

SCF Safety Forum – Exploring and debating “cable free” sites

At the SCF Health and Safety forum Contractors safety advisors…

Outstanding Midas apprentice named the region’s best

The outstanding commitment and dedication of a Shared Apprenticeships…

NACF Market Intelligence Review 2017

NACF partners capture market intelligence from trade packages…

SCF Market Intelligence report

The Southern Construction Framework has been collecting Market Intelligence data on the major construction packages since the start of 2015.

Client Information: Asbestos

As part of the Southern Construction Frameworks Health and Safety Forum asbestos continued to be an area for concern.

SCF Health & Safety Forum tackles construction site dangers

The Framework’s Health & Safety Forum is...

Award nomination! - Southern Construction Framework

This award category aims to showcase...

Hampshire County Council 'Educational Opportunities' initiative Highly Commended

Reading Borough Council and Hampshire County Council, in partnership…

New major construction framework for public sector projects across the South of England

The Southern Construction Framework (SCF) is now being established…

LGA Cost Benchmarking Latest...

The LGA has sponsored the development of school construction cost benchmarking, and the Regional Frameworks have been a valuable source of information to support the exercise.

Britain’s top 24 universities are spending more than £9bn on construction work over the next four years, generating £44bn for the UK economy

Economic research carried out by BiGGAR Economics looked at planned spending by the 24 Russell Group Universities between 2012/13 and 2016/17.