Client – The Regenda Group
The Regenda Group recently procured M&E works via Construction Impact Framework (CIF) in relation to two new-build developments in Merseyside. The Crosby Road North development in Waterloo will see the erection of twenty apartments together with associated parking and landscaping for shared ownership. Whilst the Beechwood Garden’s development will see the erection of fourteen two-bedroom apartments together with associated parking and landscaping for shared ownership, on a cleared site in Cressington.
Davies Partnership are the CIF supply partner appointed to carry out M&E works for both developments. Managing Director Tony McDonnell spoke of his delight at their appointment:
‘ Davies Partnership are delighted to have been appointed to provide MEP design services for the latest Regenda Group housing development at Poppy Place in Crosby. Working in close collaboration with other members of the design team Davies Partnership will be utilising the latest MEP techniques and technologies to deliver a project for this valued client’
(The team at Davies Partnership who will be responsible for delivering M&E solutions for two new-build developments with The Regenda Group).
Martin Davies, Director of Development at The Regenda Group had this to say:
“We are delighted to be working with Davies Partnership on this exciting project in Crosby, delivering much need housing in the area. We are also proud members of CIF, which enables us to help support community projects across the north west’’.
Construction Impact Framework is a value based socially driven framework; please have a look at our social impact case studies to see how The Regenda Group and Construction Impact Framework are changing lives through procurement.
The Regenda Group