Lift suppliers named on social housing framework
Liverpool-based procurement collective Fusion21 has announced the contractors successfully appointed to its national Lifts framework, worth up to £70m over four years.
A total of 26 firms secured places on the framework, which has been tailored to specific UK regions.
The framework offers five lots covering servicing, testing, installation and refurbishment work on passenger, goods and domestic lifts.
Nick Verburg, procurement manager at Fusion21, said: “Our Lifts framework provides Fusion21 members with a compliant procurement solution, which will maximise value for money – in addition to generating greater efficiencies.
“Designed to meet individual member requirements, the framework offers flexible delivery options – from national lift contractors as well as local SME’s.”
Fusion21’s membership is made up largely of housing associations and local authorities.
The successful contractors appointed to Fusion21’s Lifts framework were:
- Allied Lifts
- Ascendant Lifts
- Butler & Young Lift Consultants
- Classic Lifts
- Dunbar & Boardman Partnership
- Elevate Consulting
- Knowsley Lift Services
- Liftec Lifts
- MAND (PLS)
- Pickerings Lifts
- PIP Lift Services
- Prism UK Medical
- RJ Lift Services
- Rubax Lifts
- Schindler Lifts
- Stannah Lifts
- Stonewood Lift Consultants
- Temple Lifts
- Thyssenkrupp Encasa
- Total Lift Care
- Versatile Lift Company
- Vertical Transport Specialists