Business Sectors & Frameworks
Our extensive experience across a variety of sectors means clients can have absolute confidence in our ability to deliver a tailored approach that fulfils each projects unique set of requirements.
Borras have always valued the development of long term collaborative relationships amongst clients, consultants and suppliers alike, with a large number of our contracts being awarded through framework agreements, current agreements include:
Hertfordshire County Council – Property works framework 2015-2019. Borras were awarded a place on this framework following 8 successful years on the SMARTE East framework, a former alliance between Essex, Hertfordshire and Suffolk County Councils.
Cambridgeshire County Council – Capital Construction Projects framework to undertake building works to education and other public sector associated buildings, over £7.5m worth of projects delivered to date.
LGSS Framework – A construction framework running from 2015 – 2019 involving projects valued £100k to £1.5m for Northamptonshire County Council.
University of Hertfordshire – A general building and minor works framework Borras joined in 2012.
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham – A framework for education, public buildings and other new build, extension and alteration work properties which Borras have been on since 2007.
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (B.I.M)
BIM is a giant leap forward for the construction industry – seeing a step away from traditional two-dimensional drawings to 3D modelling. BIM enables us to create a virtual information model that goes beyond the planning and design phase of the project and extends throughout the building lifecycle. This brings a host of cost, construction and project management benefits, including budget savings and greater customer engagement.
As part of our ongoing commitment to embracing and helping drive future developments in the industry Borras are committed to becoming BIM level 2 compliant. We’re delighted the National Federation of Builders recognised our efforts as an exemplar project during the summer of 2013.
Implementing key components of BIM into the business means we are ready to take on future projects safe in the knowledge we are at the very cutting edge of design, construction and building maintenance. It’s all part of ensuring we continually improve the quality of our delivered product, reliability, timeliness and consistency of our processes.