New look, new website for procurement specialist LHC

LHC newLHC has launched a new website and refreshed its brand as it prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2016.

One of the key drivers is to make it easier for clients and members to identify and understand the frameworks LHC offers which can help them procure efficiently and quickly.

LHC has a series of new frameworks planned for the coming year including kitchen and bathroom refurbishment, energy efficiency focused frameworks for building insulation and heating services and a new roofing framework. LHC want to ensure that clients and members can quickly and easily identify whether the frameworks can benefit their organisation.

The easy to navigate website has been designed to provide visitors with a positive user experience and straight forward functionality – providing all the information its clients need at the touch of a button.

The refreshed brand will help position LHC as a leading technical procurement specialist and raise its profile among potential clients, members and suppliers.

John Skivington, director of LHC, said: “The new website and branding introduces an exciting phase in LHC’s history. As we move towards our 50th anniversary in 2016, we recognise the importance of ensuring that our proposition is fresh and innovative while retaining the benefit of experience and providing our clients with a first class service.

“This is just one of a number of new initiatives we are investing in leading up to and through our 50th year. As a not-for-profit organisation, the objective is to provide the best choice, value and service to our public sector clients and members’ needs.”

LHC now provides framework opportunities for SMEs on a regional basis as well as a range of regional and national contractors to fulfil the requirements of large projects.

LHC frameworks are now grouped in easy to recognise categories, including construction, extension and refurbishment, kitchens and bathrooms, roofing and external services and windows and doors.

New frameworks due to be added later in the year include offsite construction services for new homes – construction services, building insulation, entrance doorsets and flat and pitched roof coverings.


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