Fusion21 Expands Modular Buildings Framework – With an Additional £175 Million over a Four Year Period

Due to popular demand, Fusion21 is expanding its current Modular Buildings offer – with an additional £175 Million over a four year period – to service the blue light, health and leisure sectors, in addition to providing buildings for educational purposes and wider public use.

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Due to popular demand, Fusion21 is expanding its current Modular Buildings offer – with an additional £175 Million over a four year period – to service the blue light, health and leisure sectors, in addition to providing buildings for educational purposes and wider public use.

Multiple suppliers are now being sought for appointment, with SMEs encouraged to apply. Now available on the mytenders web portal – www.mytenders.org – the framework can be found under Notice ID JUN154627.

Providing a full turnkey solution for the Design, Manufacture and Installation of Buildings of Modular construction – the framework offers Fusion21 members temporary or permanent quality modular buildings which are compliant with all building regulations and present lower carbon emissions than traditional builds.

Nick Verburg, Procurement and Supply Chain Manager at Fusion21, said: “We are developing our Modular Buildings offer in response to market demand and member feedback and look forward to welcoming new suppliers on board to support this new phase of growth.

“Fusion21 members using this framework will continue to benefit from efficiency savings and social value whilst accessing a range of sustainable building solutions specific to their building needs and requirements.”

Applications are welcome from interested organisations that meet the criteria set out in the tender documentation. The submission deadline is Friday 6th July 2018 at 12 noon.

Fusion21 provides procurement services and OJEU compliant frameworks to the public sector, and is committed to making a difference in communities across the UK. To date the firm has saved its members more than £177 million through the procurement process, created more than 4,500 jobs and generated £70 million of community impact.

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