Winners for £346m Fusion21 building upgrade framework

Seventy firms have secured places on procurement group Fusion21’s national building improvements framework worth up to £346m over a four-year period.

Around three-quarters of the winners are SMEs and together cover a wide range of internal and external improvement works from the installation of kitchens, bathrooms, windows and doors to roofing work.

Fusion21 Building Improvements Framework

A. Connolly

Amber Construction Services
Piperhill Construction

Arc Group London
Ian Williams
Polyteck Building Services

Architectural Decorators
Jackson, Jackson & Sons
Quinn (London)

Aspect Group Services
Jeakins Weir
R & M Williams (Holdings)

Axis Europe
Kier Services
R. Benson Property Maintenance

AYM (Services)
Lawtech Group
Re-Gen (UK) Construction

BAAS Construction
LCB Group Holdings
Saltash Enterprises

Bell Group
Lovell Partnerships
Seddon Construction

Breyer Group Public Company
M & J Group (Construction & Roofing)
SERS Energy Solutions Group

C.L.C. Contractors
M&R Heating Services Northwest
Sterling Services (Northern)

Carroll Group
M&Y Maintenance & Construction
Surefire Management Services

Chas Berger
M.D. Building Services
Sustainable Building Services (UK)

Chigwell (London)
Mascott Construction (Europe)
T Brown Group

Clark Contracts
Maurice Flynn & Sons
T.S.G. Building Services

Combined Facilities Management
Milestone Contracting
Thomas Sinden

CTS Projects
Morgan & Bond
Topcoat Construction

DLP Services (Northern)
Mulalley & Co.
United Living (South)

Ecosafe Heating
Niblock (Builders)
Ups Building & Maintenance

Emanuel Whittaker
Oxford Direct Services Trading
Wates Property Services

Esh Construction
P. Casey & Co.,
Wright Build

Etec Contract Services
P. Casey (Land Reclamation)
WRPS Group

Fortem Solutions
P.K. Murphy Construction

Frank Rogers (Building Contractor)
Penny Lane Builders

The new lotting structure has been enhanced to include four new dedicated lots covering damp and mould, external environmental improvements (such as fencing, driveways, walls, hard and soft landscaping), insulation, and aids and adaptations.

Peter Francis, executive director of operations at Fusion21, said: “In response to member and supply chain feedback and in line with the proposed updates to the Decent Homes Standard, the renewed framework now covers even more aspects of building improvement.

“It is set up to help tackle problems such as damp and mould as well as issues with major components like roofs, windows, doors, kitchens and bathrooms, hard and soft landscaping and aids and adaptations.”


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