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Ellis Williams has been reappointed to the Rise Construction Framework

Ellis Williams has been a member of the Rise Construction Framework, formerly CIF (Construction Impact) Framework since 2018 and has been successful for both architectural bands for the 2022 framework renewal.

Through the appointment of the existing framework Ellis Williams won the #DestinationBootle project, which at the time was, the UK’s largest community-led neighbourhood development. The project, which sits alongside a beautiful canal and is a stones throw from docklands, will comprise of community-led housing including a mix of affordable homes for families, shared ownership and extra-care accommodation. The development will also boast new work units, leisure facilities, a canal-side eatery, guest accommodation, boat moorings & water-based heritage tours of the canal – it is a true jewel in the crown of Liverpool City Region.

Sarah DeLucia-Crook, Director Business Development said: We are delighted to have been re-appointed to the Rise Construction framework. At Ellis Williams we have a strong commitment to social value and we look forward to working with the team supporting communities through procurement.


About Rise Construction Framework.
Rise was born out of a strong conviction that a construction framework could deliver exceptional service to its clients while positively impacting the communities within its operating areas. Quite simply, commerciality and social value could co-exist and create an innovative and purposeful new model.

They are the UK’s only pro-social construction framework with a proven track record of supporting deprived communities through procurement. Pro-social businesses are self-sustainable social organisations that exist to provide social benefits to the communities around them. The benefits we provide range from purchasing wheelchairs for a local hospital to investing in support workers treating domestic violence victims.


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