Supporting Organisations

Your project benefits from the shared expertise of respected organisations

As a collaborative organisation, we never work alone. We are supported by a host of high profile, well respected organisations who share their specific expertise with empa. This valuable participation enables us to continually improve our services in areas which are key to successful property and construction programmes, and to the issues which are important to the public sector.

empa is one of nine regions in England which deliver construction services for the public sector. Every year these frameworks successfully deliver over £500m of public sector construction services between them. To maximise all the knowledge gained, the main procurement hubs have come together to share best practice and compare benchmarking information so the wider public sector can have confidence their investments are being spent wisely. This group is the National Association of Construction Frameworks which meets regularly to review information which is then disseminated to all their users. empaii is a founding member of the Association.

empa is also a member of the LGA Construction Strategy and Procurement Group. This provides best practice advise to Local Authorities on the best way to procure and deliver their projects. It also helps those organisations who are trying to move from traditional tendering into more modern methods of project delivery.

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Scape Group Limited

The Executive Committee has approved Scape Group as Managing Agent for empa to provide support services to the Alliance. This includes appointing an Alliance Manager, developing business cases for empa activities, establishing and managing frameworks for construction work and to arrange training programmes.

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The National Association of Construction Frameworks (NACF)

The National Association of Construction Frameworks (NACF) is playing a unique role in leading the on-going adoption of best practice in local government. Building on the successes to date of the Improvement and Efficiency Partnerships (IEPs), the NACF is working together with the Local Government Association (LGA) to help shape the future of the national procurement strategy - construction workstream.

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East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire)

East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) is the leading business organisation in the East Midlands. With a growing membership of more than 3,800 businesses and 3,000 affiliates, it is the second largest chamber of commerce in the country.

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D2N2

The D2N2 is the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

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Futures

Futures is a not-for-profit company and one of the leading employment and skills organisations in the East Midlands. We make it possible for people to realise their career aspirations through the delivery of a range of high quality products and services. Based in Nottingham we work with a wide range of partners, employers, schools and colleges across the country.

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The Local Government Association

The Local Government Association is a politically-led, cross-party organisation that works on behalf of councils to ensure local government has a strong, credible voice with national government. Scape works with the LGA on construction & procurement themes to influence and set the political agenda on the issues that matter to councils so they are able to deliver local solutions to common problems.

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Constructing Excellence

Constructing Excellence

Constructing Excellence is the single organisation charged with driving the change agenda in construction. It exists to improve industry performance in order to produce a better built environment. Working cross-sector & cross-supply chain, this member led organisation operates for the good of industry and its stakeholders. Scape works with and adopts many of the good practices developed and promulgated by CE.

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