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£290m FM and compliance framework announced

21 December 2016

National social enterprise Fusion21 has announced the renewable of its national Compliance and FM Framework, worth up to £290m over a four-year period.

It is divided into 17 lots, covering asbestos, water hygiene, fire safety, electrical safety and FM, with further details available at

The latest version has seen two new lots included for passive fire safety and retrofit maintenance.

Facilities Management Framework manager Phil Woodhead said: “We have enhanced the scope of this specialist framework to better support property compliance needs – whilst ensuring members will continue to generate greater efficiency savings.

“The new framework will also make direct award call-offs easier – a huge benefit to members – including those working within the education and blue light sectors.”

Mr Woodhead further stated that applications from interested organisations that meet the criteria set out in the tender documentation would be welcome.

Companies wishing to submit tenders have until 16.00 on Thursday, 19 January 2017.

Fusion21 states that it has created over 3,200 jobs, delivered savings of around £147m and generated an estimated social value benefit of more than £59m through its collaborative work with its members.

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