A total of 66 firms – including more than 80% SMEs – have secured places on the panel, which will be used by housing associations, NHS trusts and education providers) to deliver building improvement works.
Packages include internal and external improvement works from the installation of kitchens and bathrooms to fire doors, communal entrance doors, roofing and electrical works.
Fusion21 members will also have the option to commission multi-trade internal and external works suited to combined programmes or smaller-scale projects.
Peter Francis, director of operations at Fusion21, said: “Having responded to member and market demand we have developed a compliant procurement solution which offers our members increased opportunities to collaborate with SMEs, while also benefiting from flexible call-off processes, greater efficiency savings and the ability to generate social value outcomes that are tailored to organisational priorities.
“This framework also complements our Construction Works Framework – worth up to £800m – which launched earlier this year to support the delivery of capital works programmes across the UK.”
To date, Fusion21 has saved member clients more than £226m through the procurement process, created more than 6,500 jobs and generated £83m of social value.