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Mon June 21 2021

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Fusion21 names £300m planned maintenance framework winners

16 Mar 16 Fusion21 has chosen contractors and suppliers for its national planned maintenance framework, which is expected to be worth of up to £300m over the four-year term.

Fusion21’s supply of materials framework covers 18 lots �" and includes kitchen units
Fusion21’s supply of materials framework covers 18 lots �" and includes kitchen units

A total of 50 contractors have a place on the Installation Works framework, worth up to £200m over the four years; 47 material suppliers have been appointed to the Supply of Materials framework, worth up to £100m over the term.

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. The Supply of Materials framework has 18 lots, and offers a variety of materials required for use in kitchen and bathrooms, heating, and windows and doors programmes.

Fusion21 procurement manager Nick Verburg 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 national social enterprise providing procurement and community regeneration services to the public, private and third sectors.

Contractors appointed to Fusion21’s Installation Works framework:

A Connolly

CLC Contractors

Frank Rogers Building Contractor

Lawtech Group

P Casey & Co  

AW Byrne Contractors

Craig Hickin Plumbing & Heating  

G M Jones

Lovell Partnerships

Penny Lane Builders

AD Construction Group (Architectural Decorators)

D R Jones Yeovil  

Harding Building Services  

Masher Brothers  


Allied Roofing & Construction  

DLP Services (Northern)  

Herbert T Forrest  

Matthews & Tannert  

Richmond Joiners & Builders

Amber Construction Services


House Line Building Services

Mi-space (UK)  

Rothwell Plumbing Services

Anthony Dever Construction  

DW Contractors (Oxford)  

Housing Maintenance Solutions  

Mitie Property Services

Sovini Property Services

Axis Europe PLC

EFT Systems  

Jackson & Jackson & Sons  

Mulalley & Company  

Top Notch Contractors  

BAAS Construction  

Emanuel Whittaker  


Neo Property Solutions  

UPS Building & Maintenance  

Bell Decorating Group  

Esh Construction  

Keepmoat Regeneration  

Novus Property Solutions  

Wirral Partnership Homes, trading as Magenta Living Building Services

Bullock/United Living (North)  

Foster Property Maintenance  

Lakehouse Contracts

Orton Mechanical Services

Wright Build

Material suppliers appointed to Fusion21’s Supply of Materials framework:

Adey Innovation

GDC Group

Methven UK

R Etchells & Sons


AKW Medicare

Geberit Twyford


Redring Xpelair

The SS Group

Baxi Heating

Heron Joinery

Neil Jones Joinery

Regal Care

The Symphony Group

Be Modern Group

Honeywell Controls Systems


Rettig UK


Bosch Thermotechnology

Ideal Boilers

Nicholls and Clarke Phlexicare

Rixonway Kitchens

Total Glass

Bristan Group

Impey Showers

Nova Group

Roper Rhodes

Triton Showers

Canopies UK



Sentinel Performance Solutions

Vaillant Group

Ceramic Tile Distributors


Pegler Yorkshire

Sovereign Group






Martec Engineering

QRL Radiators


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