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Grounds framework launched worth up to £85m

15 March 2018

Fusion21 has announced the launch of its Grounds Maintenance Framework, with a potential combined value of up to £85m over a four-year period.

It is designed for housings providers and other organisations that operate within the public sector.

The framework will see contracts agreed for the provision of services such as grass and hedge cutting, weed control, arboricultural work, fencing and litter picking.

Fusion21 said members will see additional benefits from working alongside geographic information system (GIS) providers, which will assist in capturing, updating and analysis of map data to manage large grounds maintenance portfolios.

The organisation also stated that applications from those meeting the tender documentation criteria will be welcome.

Further details are available on the mytenders web site under notice ID MAR152692.

Category manager (compliance) Phil Woodhead said: "We understand that maintaining the appearance of estates, neighbourhoods and shared outdoor space is important to housing providers and their communities.

“This framework will support improvement and maintenance works for outdoor spaces of any scale to a high standard, and Fusion21 members accessing this framework will benefit from greater efficiency savings in addition to working alongside pre-qualified and accredited supply partners."


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