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Fusion21 Launches £1.1bn Facilities Framework

Fusion21 Launches £1.1bn Facilities Framework
11 March 2021
 

Fusion21 has announced the suppliers successfully appointed to its national Workplace & Facilities Framework – worth up to £1.1 billion over a four-year period.

Over 60 prequalified, highly skilled suppliers, both SMEs and multinational organisations have secured a place on the framework, which has been designed to meet the needs of local authorities, NHS trusts, bluelight organisations, education providers and central government.

The list includes names such as: Mace, Mitie, Q3 Services, Pareto FM and EMCOR.

Multi-sourcing options in Lots 1 and 2 allow the appointment of a service provider to deliver multiple services (bundled or TFM) incorporating elements of physical asset management, and service management Lots 3 to 6 offer individual services. The full Lot structure includes: 

 

  • Lot 1 – FM Principal Contractor
  • Lot 2 – FM Managing Agent
  • Lot 3 – Cleaning & Washroom Services
  • Lot 4 – Security Services
  • Lot 5 – Waste Management
  • Lot 6 – Building Engineering Services (M&E)

 

Framework benefits include the ability to add in additional services such as catering or grounds maintenance, and the option to focus on and target local suppliers where appropriate.

Members can also manage services themselves or if they don’t have the expertise in-house they can appoint a Managing Agent or Principal Contractor

Peter Francis, Director of Operations at Fusion21 said: The new framework will provide a range of FM solutions to Fusion21 members, whilst giving them access to qualified and experienced staff with particular experience of facilities management.

“A real benefit to our members and their communities is the social value delivery that is aligned to organisational priorities and can be monitored and reported against for all call-offs.” 

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Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 11 March 2021

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