Styles &Wood Group PLC, the integrated property services and project delivery specialist, is pleased to announce that it has secured a place on the Post Office Crown Transformation Programme framework, which will span a two year period.

Styles&Wood is one of five contractors appointed to the refurbishment framework but is the only firm to have successfully secured a place on all four regional lots, covering Northern Ireland, Northern England, Midlands and South West, and London and South East.

The refurbishment programme includes installing new flooring, shop fittings, internal signage and lighting and revisions to internal branch layouts with an aim of creating open plan areas and new customer areas across the Crown Office estate.

 

Tony Lenehan, CEO, commented:

“We are delighted to have secured a place on the Post Office refurbishment framework. Whilst we continue to successfully diversify the business by sector, retail remains one of our core offerings and we are pleased to further strengthen our client base with one of Britain’s leading high street retailers.”

“To be the only contractor to be appointed to all four lots demonstrates the strength and expertise of our regional network and affirms our position as a leading provider of integrated property services in the UK. We are confident that we are well placed to capitalise on future opportunities across the diversified sectors in which we operate.”

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