13 suppliers appointed to Fusion21's £90m painting framework

Procurement channel will bring efficiency savings to healthcare organisations

National procurement organisation, Fusion21, has announced the suppliers successfully appointed to its national Painting, Decorating & Associated Repairs Framework.

Offering a potential combined worth of up to £90m over a four-year period; the framework offers painting, decorating and repairs services, including both internal and external works.

Thirteen firms have been accepted onto the framework, with lots split across sectors covering health, education, housing and the wider public sector.

Peter Francis, director of operations at Fusion21, said: “This framework offers a holistic range of painting and decorating services and health institutions, including hospitals, GP Surgeries and walk-in-centres, 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.”

Fusion21 provides access to a wide range of construction, property and built environment procurement frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems – all fully compliant with EU, UK and Scottish legislation.

To date the firm has saved its members more than £197m, created more than 5,500 jobs, and generated more than £78m in community impact.

Suppliers appointed to the framework are:

  • A Connolly
  • Bell Decorating Group
  • CLC Contractors
  • DW Contractors
  • George Jones and Son Contractors
  • Ian Williams
  • Jeffries Contractors
  • JMC Mechanical & Construction
  • Mitie Property Services (UK)
  • Novus Property Solutions
  • Seddon Construction
  • Sustainable Building Services UK
  • Trident Maintenance Services

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