Allied Lifts have been awarded appointment of Fusion 21 Lifts Framework
Procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21 has announced Allied Lifts are appointed to its national Lifts Framework – worth up to £80 million over four years.
We have secured a place on the framework, which has been designed to meet the needs of housing providers, local authorities, NHS trusts, blue-light organisations, education providers and central government. The framework will deliver lift-related work and services to estates across the public sector.
We were awarded works covering a variety of design, installation, refurbishment and the servicing/maintenance of passenger/goods lifts and the framework had stringent requirements for supplier competency, requiring appropriate memberships and accreditations (LEIA, SaFed, Constructionline, CHAS).
Peter Francis, director of operations at Fusion21, said: “This enhanced framework has been developed in response to member and supply chain feedback and is an essential part of our regional and national building safety and compliance offer. The Fusion21 Framework allows access full turnkey solutions for lift installation and refurbishment and fast-track installation for urgent lift replacements.”
Fusion21 is a social enterprise which promotes public procurement to achieve value for money and cost certainty whilst also creating social value outcomes for its Members. Every pound invested in Fusion21 Frameworks makes a positive contribution to delivering social value in local communities.
Allied Lifts being a successful bidder will be working with Fusion21 and its Members to achieve Social Value gains to improve the social, economic and environmental aspects of communities in which they operate.