Fusion 21 names £800m framework partners

Aaron Morby 5 years ago
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National procurement organisation Fusion21 has selected 45 firms for its national Construction Works & Improvements Framework.

The framework, estimated to be worth up to £800m over four years, will be open to councils, education and healthcare clients.

Around half the firms selected are SMEs throwing the project pipeline wide open to all types of firms when it goes live on 1 April.

Fusion21 construction works & improvements framework
Axis Europe CTS Projects Ian Williams Mi Space UK Simons Construction
Bann Dixons Contractors J Tomlinson MJ Construction Group Sustainable Building Services
Bayview Contracts Emanuel Whittaker Jarvis Contracting Mulalley & Company The Casey Group
Bell Decorating Group ENGIE Regeneration JMC Mechanical Nealon Contracts Thomas Sinden
Borras Construction Esh Construction Kier Services Novus Property Solutions United Living North
Breyer Group Graham Asset Management Liberty Group Osborne Property Services United Living South
CLC Contractors Greyline Builders Logan Construction Penny Lane Builders Vinci Facilities
Combined Facilities Management Guildmore Lovell Partnerships PK Murphy Construction Wates Living Space
Cosmur Construction H&J Martin MD Building Services Seddon Construction Whitfield & Brown

The new expanded framework will be split into two primary work channels, one for refurbishment and the other design and construct works.

Each will be alotted between building types covering housing, education, health and Blue Light projects with two project value bands for each sector.

Framework lots

  • Housing: ( Refurbishment – up to £5m and over £5m); (Design and build – up to £5m, and over £5m)
  • Education: (Refurbishment – up to £2m, over £2m); (Design and build – up to £5m, and over £5m)
  • Health:(Refurbishment – up to £2m, over £2m) ; (Design and build – up to £5m, and over £5m)
  • Blue Light and Wider Public Sector:(Refurbishment – up to £2m, over £2m); (Design and build – up to £5m, and over £5m)

Peter Francis, Director of Operations at Fusion21 said: “Having responded to member and market demand we have created a commercially efficient framework solution that will support the delivery of refurbishment and regeneration programmes across the public sector.

“Our members will benefit from working with supply partners that have been appointed based on sector experience, competence and capability, while also having the option to select suppliers by region and value band to meet local delivery requirements.

“In addition, this framework provides value for money, streamlined price models, flexible call-off process and social value outcomes.”

Fusion21 estimates to date it has saved its clients more than £197m through the procurement process, created more than 5,500 jobs and generated £78m of social value.

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