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Winners of public sector groundworks contracts announced

05 June 2018

Companies appointed to the Grounds Maintenance Framework have been announced, with contracts worth a combined value of £85m over a four-year period.

The opportunity to tender for the contracts was announced by PFM in March of this year, with 12 groundworks service providers now appointed.

Those securing a place on the framework will assist in meeting the needs of housing providers and other organisations operating within the public sector.

A range of services will be provided as a result, from grass and hedge cutting to weed control, arboricultural work, fencing and litter picking.

A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) lot is also included in the framework, allowing members to gain assistance with capturing, updating and analysing map data to assist in the management large grounds maintenance portfolios.

The list includes the following service providers, all of which are limited companies:

Alben Landscapes; Greenfingers Landscape; Oakleaf Commercial Services; Assist Managed Services; ISS Facility Services; PGSD; C A Design Services; John O'Conner (Grounds Maintenance); The CGM Group (East Anglia); Gould Landscapes; Liberty Gas Group; Vertas Group.

The framework is managed by Fusion21 and includes service provision to housing estates, neighbourhoods and shared outdoor spaces.

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