Fusion21 has appointed nine contractors to its national Education Modular Buildings Framework which is worth up to £225m over four years.
The framework is divided into four lots covering modular building hire and modular construction.
Wernick has picked up the plum single supply partner lots 3, and 4 for modular construction work above £750,000.
Fusion21 members – including local education authorities, academies, colleges and universities – can now access the framework and benefit from significant efficiency savings and social value, plus other advantages including competitive tension, early supplier engagement and transparency of costs.
Nick Verburg, Procurement and Supply Chain Manager at Fusion21, said: “This framework offers a flexible procurement solution to all education providers and local authorities who require permanent or temporary safe learning spaces to cope with growing student numbers – and seek quality modular buildings which are compliant with all building regulations and present lower carbon emissions than traditional builds.
“Accessing the single supply option will also generate enhanced value for money for Fusion21 members – providing opportunities for collaborative working and early supplier engagement which will drive down costs and time efficiencies at the design stage of a project.”
The framework will go live next month.
Successful contractors appointed to Fusion21’s national Education Modular Buildings Framework:
- Aiken Group
- Ashley House
- Cotaplan Modular Buildings
- Elite Systems
- Integra Buildings Ltd
- Reds10 (UK) Ltd
- RG Stones (Buildings) Ltd
- Wernick Modular Buildings Ltd
- Western Building Systems