Fusion21 has announced the suppliers successfully appointed to its Reactive Repairs & Maintenance and Empty Buildings Frameworks - with a combined worth of up to £290 million, over a four year period.
A total of 37 highly skilled firms – including SMEs – have secured a place on the frameworks which are designed to support housing associations, local authorities and the wider public service with a wide range of reactive works and services, enhancing Fusion21’s existing Construction service offer.
Peter Francis, Director of Operations at Fusion21 said: “Offering a comprehensive range of services from out-of-hours reactive emergency repairs, major void improvements to call handling services on a 24/7or out-of-hours basis, this framework will bring a modern, dynamic solution for procuring responsive repairs and void arrangements.
“Fusion21 members will benefit from greater cost efficiencies in addition to being able to call off separate lots for contract spend below and over £1million per year.”
Fusion21 provides procurement services and OJEU compliant frameworks to the public sector, and is committed to making a difference in communities across the UK. To date the firm has saved its members more than £177 million through the procurement process, created more than 5000 jobs and generated £76 million of social value.
Below lists the successful suppliers appointed to Fusion21’s Reactive Repairs & Maintenance and Empty Buildings Refurbishment Frameworks:
Reactive Repairs & Maintenance Framework:
Axis Europe, Breyer Group PLC, Chigwell Construction, CTS Projects, DLP Services Northern, ENGIE Regeneration, Fortem Solutions Ltd, Housing Maintenance Solutions, JC Construction, Laker Building Management Solutions Ltd, Liberty Gas Group, MCP Property Services, MD Building Services, Mears Limited, Mi Space UK Ltd, MNM Property Services, Neo Property Solutions, NPA 247, Orbis Protect Ltd, Penny Lane Builders, PiLON Ltd, Structec NW Limited, Vivark Limited, Wates Living Space
Empty Buildings Refurbishment Framework:
Bell Decorating Group, Breyer Group PLC, CLC Contractors Ltd, CTS Projects, Cuttle Construction Limited, Dixons Contractors, ENGIE Regeneration, Frank Rogers Building Contractor, Hardyman Group Ltd, Housing Maintenance Solutions, MD Group Midlands, Mi Space UK Ltd, Penny Lane Builders, R Benson Property Maintenance, Snape Contracting Services, Structec NW Limited, TF Jones Property Services, Torus Property Solutions, Woodland Property Services, Wright Build Ltd