04.03.2019

North West Construction Hub appoints for future growth

Public sector procurement vehicle the North West Construction Hub (NWCH) has appointed Mike
Tyler to head up business development as its two largest frameworks relaunch in 2019.

Mike joins the NWCH with more than 12 years of business development experience across the public
and private sectors from leading engineering and professional services firm WSP.

This latest appointment will see the framework provider look to the next four years of its high-value
framework, for contracts worth over £8 million, which relaunched in January. Its medium-value
framework is currently under re-procurement, while the low-value framework will run until January 2020.

Joanna Chomeniuk, Frameworks Lead at the NWCH, commented: “Mike’s enthusiasm, motivation,
capability, proposals and ideas for growth and development of the framework will provide improved
support for our clients as we look to the next four years of our largest frameworks.”

More than 100 North West public-sector organisations have procured a total of 374 projects, worth
a staggering £1.6 billion, through the NWCH since 2010.

The NWCH symbolises collaborative working at its best, with Mike aiming to build on the long-term
partnerships within the framework, providing clients, professional consultants and contractors with
greater efficiency and value for money.

Joanna adds: “Mike’s skills and depth of expertise in the public sector particularly will be an
extremely valuable addition to the Hub and its Clients. We look forward to developing our expertise
further, creating more opportunities and providing more support to our partners across the North
West.”

Of his appointment, Mike said: “I am thrilled to join the NWCH to support its clients and the market,
providing more meaningful engagement with partners and seeking out potential business
opportunities.

The Hub has an excellent reputation for procuring contracts that deliver both on time and on
budget, while ensuring a positive legacy in the communities its contractor partners work in. The
NWCH places social value at the core of its operations and I look forward to continuing to drive best
practice through collaboration to deliver the best results for the North West public sector.”

Mike will be based in Greater Manchester but will work with organisations across the North West
region.

For more information on the NWCH, please visit: www.nwconstructionhub.org

(picture courtesy of Matthew Nichol)

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