Half the firms named on Fusion21’s new £800m framework are SMEs

FUSION21 has revealed the firms successfully appointed to its national Construction Work & Improvements Framework, worth up to £800 million over four years.

A total of 45 companies – half of which are SMEs – have secured a place on the framework, which goes live on Monday 1 April. Fusion21 says the framework has been specifically developed to support housing providers, local authorities and other public sector organisations to deliver capital works programmes.

The framework offers a range of internal and external refurbishment and improvement works through to the building of additional structures and will support the delivery of regeneration programmes, modernisation and upgrade works, plus construction of all building types required across the housing sector – from new homes to extra care schemes and roof top developments.

“Having responded to member and market demand we have created a commercially efficient framework solution that will support the delivery of refurbishment and regeneration programmes across the public sector,” said Peter Francis, Fusion21’s director of operations.

“Our members will benefit from working with supply partners that have been appointed based on sector experience, competence and capability, whilst also having the option to select suppliers by region and value band to meet local delivery requirements.

“In addition, this framework offers value for money, streamlined price models, flexible call-off process and social value outcomes.”

Fusion21 provides procurement services to the public sector – fully compliant with EU, UK and Scottish legislation. To date the firm has saved its members more than £197 million through the procurement process, created more than 5,500 jobs and generated £78 million of social value.


The companies appointed to Fusion21’s national Construction Works & Improvements Framework are:

Axis Europe; Bann Ltd; Bayview Contracts; Bell Decorating Group; Borras Construction; Breyer Group; CLC Contractors; Combined Facilities Management; Cosmur Construction; CTS Projects; Dixons Contractors; Emanuel Whittaker; ENGIE Regeneration; Esh Construction Ltd; Graham Asset Management; Greyline Builders; Guildmore Ltd; H&J Martin Ltd; Ian Williams; J Tomlinson; Jarvis Contracting Ltd; JMC Mechanical; Kier Services Ltd; Liberty Group; Logan Construction; Lovell Partnerships; MD Building Services; Mi Space UK; MJ Construction Group; Mulalley & Company; Nealon Contracts Ltd; Novus Property Solutions; Osborne Property Services; Penny Lane Builders; PK Murphy Construction; Seddon Construction; Simons Construction Ltd; Sustainable Building Services; The Casey Group; Thomas Sinden; United Living North; United Living South; VINCI Facilities; Wates Living Space; Whitfield & Brown



Related Posts