Fusion21 has announced the contractors and suppliers appointed to its national planned maintenance framework – offering a combined worth of up to £300 million over a four year period.
A total of 50 contractors have successfully secured a place on the Installation Works framework, worth up to £200 million over a four year period – whilst 47 material suppliers have been appointed to the Supply of Materials framework, worth up to £100 million over a four year period.
Both frameworks cover specific UK regions, and a large proportion of successful organisations included small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
The Installation Works framework has four lots including: kitchen replacements; bathroom replacements; windows and doors and communal door installations – whilst the Supply of Materials framework covers 18 lots, and offers a variety of materials required for use in kitchen and bathrooms, heating, and windows and doors programmes.
Specific lots on the Supply of Materials framework range from kitchen units; to flooring and electric showers; in addition to smart heating systems; tiles; water treatment and communal entrance doors.
Nick Verburg, Procurement Manager at Fusion21, said: “Achieving a place on these frameworks is significant, as they will not be renewed until 2020.
“For the first time, these frameworks offered installation elements split over two value bands – and as a result, we are delighted to see a number of small and medium sized enterprises appointed to the frameworks, and eligible to win work.
“Part of our evaluation process measured the ability of bidders to deliver social value – and so Fusion21 members accessing these frameworks will benefit from working with contractors and suppliers who are committed to the creation and delivery of social value in local communities. This is in addition to our members gaining greater efficiency savings of up to 30% on market prices.”
Fusion21 is a long-term supporter of the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012, and will continue to raise awareness of the importance of social value in procurement exercises.
Below lists the successful contractors appointed to Fusion21’s Installation Works framework:
A Connolly Ltd
CLC Contractors Limited
Frank Rogers Building Contractor Ltd
Lawtech Group Ltd
P Casey & Co Ltd
A.W. Byrne Contractors Ltd.
Craig Hickin Plumbing & Heating Ltd
G M Jones Ltd.
Lovell Partnerships Limited
Penny Lane Builders Ltd
AD Construction Group (Architectural Decorators Ltd)
D R Jones Yeovil Ltd
Harding Building Services Limited
Masher Brothers Limited
Allied Roofing & Construction Ltd
DLP Services (Northern) Ltd
Herbert T Forrest Ltd
Matthews and Tannert Ltd
Richmond Joiners and Builders Limited
Amber Construction Services Limited
House Line Building Services
Mi-space (UK) Ltd
Rothwell Plumbing Services Limited
Anthony Dever Construction Ltd
DW Contractors (Oxford) Ltd
Housing Maintenance Solutions Limited
Mitie Property Services
Sovini Property Services
Axis Europe PLC
EFT Systems Ltd
Jackson and Jackson and Sons Ltd
Mulalley and Company Ltd
Top Notch Contractors Ltd
BAAS Construction Limited
Emanuel Whittaker Ltd
Neo Property Solutions Limited
UPS Building and Maintenance Ltd
Bell Decorating Group Limited
Esh Construction Limited
Keepmoat Regeneration Ltd
Novus Property Solutions Limited
Wirral Partnership Homes trading as Magenta Living Building Services
"Achieving a place on these frameworks is significant, as they will not be renewed until 2020. We are delighted to see a number of small and medium sized enterprises appointed to the frameworks. "
Nick Verburg, Procurement Manager
Bullock/United Living (North) Ltd
Foster Property Maintenance Limited
Lakehouse Contracts Ltd.
Orton Mechanical Services
Wright Build Ltd.
Below lists the successful material suppliers appointed to Fusion21’s Supply of Materials framework:
R Etchells and Sons
The SS Group
Neil Jones Joinery
The Symphony Group
Be Modern Group
Honeywell Controls Systems
Nicholls and Clarke Phlexicare
Sentinel Performance Solutions
Ceramic Tile Distributors
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