Powys County Council is set to achieve a total of £260,000 in cost efficiency savings, after accessing Fusion21’s Gas Service and Maintenance Framework.
The Council has awarded nationwide contractor Robert Heath Heating a two-year contract – worth £1,422,000 – to provide gas, oil, and solid fuel servicing to 4699 properties across mid-Wales.
Delivered until March 2018, the contract will involve domestic service and maintenance of residents’ homes – in addition to commercial servicing and maintenance.
Garry Leatherland, Procurement Specialist at Powys County Council, said: “Thanks to a collaborative approach to procurement and accessing Fusion21’s Gas Service and Maintenance Framework, the council will benefit from 17% in efficiency savings – a fantastic result for us.”
Keith Rodgers, Gas Framework Manager at Fusion21, added: “Following undertaking a fully OJEU compliant tender process, we have been able to maximise efficiencies for Powys County Council – whilst importantly ensuring that its residents will remain gas safe in their homes.”
Fusion21 has just renewed its Servicing, Maintenance and Installation of Heating Systems framework, which will run until 2020.
The framework covers a variety of planned and reactive work on both domestic and commercial heating installations and offers five lots including: Servicing and Maintenance of Domestic Heating Systems; Installation of Domestic Heating Systems; Servicing and Maintenance of Commercial Heating Installations; Installation of Commercial Heating Installations and Gas Consultancy Works.
For more information about Fusion21’s Servicing, Maintenance and Installation of Heating Systems framework, email Keith Rodgers on: Keith.Rodgers@fusion21.co.uk