Expanding our Added Value services with three new staff

We are delighted to announce that we have expanded our team to increase the added value support we provide to their Partners with three new staff members.

SPA are the largest, free to join, procurement organisation in Scotland providing construction, refurbishment, and maintenance procurement solutions to the public sector. As a not-for-profit organisation, we provide support for our 100+ Partner organisations from project inception to completion, including dedicated procurement, technical, social value, and marketing expertise.

Three new staff have joined the team, based in Livingston, to provide further support to not only our Partners, but our Appointed Companies too. The new staff bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the team.

Lynsay Logan is taking over as Client Support Manager for the West of Scotland to develop a close working relationship with SPA Partners and ensure they are fully supported to achieve their procurement goals. Lynsay brings with her many years’ experience in customer support, including over 10 years within the financial services and logistics sectors, during which time she supported many of our housing partners in the West of Scotland.

Heather O’Donnell is taking up a newly created position within the Technical team as Project Support Officer. Heather has a background in site support, managing Asbestos compliance across a variety of sectors. She will play a key role in supporting our Partners and Appointed Companies with the delivery of projects throughout Scotland.

Daniella Bryans joins SPA in the newly created role of Senior Procurement Officer. She has many years’ experience in Public Sector procurement, having held roles with the NHS, SFRS and SSE. Daniella will focus on supporting our Partners and Appointed Companies who are looking to utilise the flexibility of our Dynamic Procurement System (DPS).

Get in touch with the new starters and the rest of the SPA Team here.

Pictured L to R: Lynsay Logan, Daniella Bryans, and Heather O'Donnell.

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