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Procure Partnerships Framework positioned for growth with new senior appointment

Procure Partnerships Framework, is gearing up for substantial growth with the appointment of Faye Dolan as their new Framework Director.

Leading procurement framework, Procure Partnerships Framework, is gearing up for substantial growth with the appointment of Faye Dolan as their new Framework Director. Faye, who has been an integral part of the Procure Partnerships team for five years, will take the reins as the organisation embarks on ambitious expansion plans.

Faye’s journey at Procure Partnerships Framework began as a Key Account Manager, before quickly progressing to Framework Manager and Head of National Frameworks where she successfully managed the operations of their National Contractor Framework, overseeing the delivery of £1bn projects year on year.

She brings a wealth of knowledge to the role, having graduated with a master’s degree in Construction Project Management (MSc) in 2022, all while overseeing over 150 projects annually within the framework.

Excited about the appointment, Faye commented, “I am truly honoured to lead the Procure Partnerships Framework in this exciting phase of growth. Procure Partnerships Framework has been my home for the last five years, and I’m excited to contribute to its continued success. We have ambitious plans, and I’m confident that together with our dedicated team of project delivery and procurement specialists, we’ll support even more public sector bodies to deliver their strategic targets.”

Procure Partnerships Framework recently unveiled its second-generation National Contractor Framework, marking a significant milestone in its journey. With a strong focus on growth and innovation, Faye will lead the newest iteration of the Procure Partnerships National Contractor Framework, collaborating with her growing team to facilitate the delivery of public sector projects throughout the UK.

Robbie Blackhurst, Director and Founder of Procure Partnerships Framework will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping the strategic direction of the framework.

He expressed his enthusiasm about Faye’s new position, saying, “I am delighted that Faye now has Director level of responsibility for the running of the Procure Partnerships Framework. Faye has played a pivotal role in the framework’s achievements over the past five years, spearheading the growth of our work-winning and project delivery teams.

With a higher number of individual public sector bodies choosing the Procure Partnerships Framework over any other, Faye recently led the re-procurement of the largest construction framework ever awarded in the UK.”

Faye Dolan’s promotion represents a significant step forward for Procure Partnerships Framework as it seeks to expand its footprint and continue delivering excellence in the public sector procurement landscape.

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