Framework wins give lift to building outfit Esh Border

Building firm Esh Border Construction has unveiled a raft of new multi-million pound framework partnerships as it bolsters its social housing credentials.
Simon Phillips, MD of Livingston-based  Esh Border Construction. Picture: Ian GeorgesonSimon Phillips, MD of Livingston-based  Esh Border Construction. Picture: Ian Georgeson
Simon Phillips, MD of Livingston-based Esh Border Construction. Picture: Ian Georgeson

The Livingston-based company has signed up with Link Group, Kingdom Housing Association, Hillcrest Housing Association, Places for People, LAR Housing Trust, Thenue Housing Association, and the City of Edinburgh Housing Assessment Management Framework.

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The collective value of this work throughout the frameworks’ duration could generate more than £100 million for the construction specialist.

Regional managing director of Esh Border Construction, Simon Phillips, said: “Winning contracts through these types of agreements undoubtedly forms a significant part of our growth strategy.

“In signing up to these progressive frameworks, we have utilised our significant experience across a broad spectrum of sectors, including education, retail, industrial, commercial, leisure, public, healthcare and historic buildings.”