A total of 13 firms – including SMEs – have made it onto Fusion21’s new framework for painting, decorating and associated repairs.
The national procurement body’s Painting, Decorating & Associated Repairs Framework offers a potential combined worth of up to £90 million, over a four-year period. It includes both internal and external works.
This framework is the first to offer sector split lots, covering housing, health, education, and the wider public sector.
“This framework offers a holistic range of painting and decorating services suitable for all social housing sector accommodation from flats, houses and bungalows to sheltered housing and communal areas,” said Peter Francis, Fusion21’s director of operations.
“Fusion21 members will benefit from greater efficiency savings and coverage available at a national and local level. In addition, the framework has also been designed to generate social value outcomes that fit with the priorities of our members.”
The successful suppliers appointed to Fusion21’s national Painting, Decorating & Associated Repairs Framework are:
A Connolly Ltd; JMC Mechanical & Construction Ltd; Bell Decorating Group Ltd; Mitie Property Services (UK) Ltd; CLC Contractors Limited; Novus Property Solutions Ltd; DW Contractors; Seddon Construction Ltd; George Jones & Son Contractors Ltd; Sustainable Building Services UK Ltd; Ian Williams Ltd; Trident Maintenance Services Ltd; and Jeffries Contractors Ltd.