We’re delighted to announce that Perfect Circle has been shortlisted in the Supply Chain Excellence category in this year’s Construction News Awards.
The prestigious Construction News Awards are now in their 23rd year, showcasing the very best in the industry, and are a recognised standard of excellence.
It’s been an incredibly successful two years for Perfect Circle and, through a committed, collaborative and experienced collection of more than 290 supply chain partners, we have:
- Achieved a 92.3% supply chain satisfaction rate
- Secured 840 commissions
And we are delivering more than £140 million of consultancy services for 240 clients.
However, our projects – and our people – are more than just numbers, so we ensured that our submission considered:
- Common goals and culture on health and safety, sustainability and training
- Collaboration through the supply chain, leading to better outcomes
- Fair payment terms and practices
- Supply chain risk management
- Early contractor involvement
- Innovation and outstanding projects
Through the governance of the Scape National Built Environment Consultancy Services framework, we’ve been able to nurture long-lasting relationships with our supply chain partners, working together to deliver stand-out projects across the UK.
Scape requires real collaboration and community engagement as part of all frameworks – and we’re proud to be adhering to these principles across every project we deliver.
Entrants were asked to consider a ‘stand-out performance’ that would particularly merit this award, showcasing a real ‘wow’ factor.
Colchester’s Northern Gateway Sports Hub is a project we’re particularly proud of, working with Colchester County Council (CCC) and GT3 Architects to create a modern facility to meet the needs of the community – whilst also releasing land for new homes to the south of the borough.
We provided: project management; quantity surveying; architectural, structural and building services engineering services and planning consultancy services for the £20 million project.
Mark Gowdridge, Director of GT3 Architects said: “We’re already engaging with other SMEs, advocating Perfect Circle. We find it a very swift process and is an example of how quickly we can get projects over the line through the Scape Built Environment Consultancy Services framework.”
Lois Bowser, Development Project Specialist, Colchester Council added: “We are pleased with the working partnership we have developed with Perfect Circle. It has helped to provide a robust structure to the project management with a tight cost schedule and change management process.”