Henry Brothers appointed to Department of Education Building Framework

Henry Brothers, based in Nottingham, was first named as part of the building of the Department of Education (DfE).

The company has been successful on the mid-value strip – £ 6-12million projects – for the east of England.

The framework – which includes educational and non-educational programs – spans four years and is worth £ 7 billion.

This is the latest of a number of executive appointments obtained by Henry Brothers.

Others include the LHC framework for the construction and infrastructure of public buildings (PB3), which enables councils, social landlords and other public sector bodies to seek contractors for the construction and renovation of educational buildings. , health care, emergency and community services.

Henry Brothers has been nominated on lots for new build and refurbishment projects up to £ 2million in the Midlands and East Anglia, as well as projects from £ 2million to £ 7million in the Midlands, East Anglia, Yorkshire and the North West of England.

In addition, Henry Brothers has places on the Pagabo and Crown Commercial Services frameworks.

Director General Ian Taylor said: “We are very happy to have been appointed to the 2021 Construction Framework of the Ministry of Education.

“Henry Brothers Midlands has built a reputation as a key entrepreneur in the education sector, building first-class facilities for schools and universities in the East Midlands.

“This executive appointment opens up a potential new workflow for the company as we move into 2022 and beyond.”

Henry Brothers Midlands is part of the Henry Group, which includes a number of companies in the manufacturing and construction industry, ranging from exterior construction to interior design.

In partnership with its clients, it has proven itself in the sectors of education, defense, accommodation, commerce, industry, transport and health.

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