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Polyteck joins Fusion21’s Building Improvements Framework

The construction and facilities management firm has been appointed as one of 70 suppliers for Fusion21’s Building Improvements Framework, which has been developed to support public sector organisations, including housing, education, and healthcare providers.

Merseyside-based social enterprise Fusion21 announced the renewal of its national Building Improvements Framework last year, worth up to £346 million over a four-year term.

The framework will involve a wide range of internal and external improvement works from the installation of kitchens, bathrooms, windows and doors to roofing work. It has also been enhanced to include four new dedicated lots covering damp and mould, external environmental improvements – such as fencing, driveways, walls, hard and soft landscaping – insulation, and aids and adaptations.

As an appointed supplier, Polyteck will be able to bid for services across three of the categories, which across the four years is expected to involve approximately £100 million worth of kitchen and bathroom replacements, £25 million in damp and mould works, and around £16 million in external environmental improvements. 

John Polycarpou, MD of Polyteck Group, said: “With 19 years of accredited and sustainable practice by our team of experienced professionals, Fusion21 recognised not only our ability to deliver great service and innovative solutions but flexibility, strategic planning, and real value for money due to our cost-efficient operations and streamlined procurement process. We’re delighted to have made it onto the framework and look forward to building a long-term partnership with them.

“For Polyteck, this gives us a real competitive advantage in the marketplace, increased market presence and scalability. Our company is experienced and not only capable but well-equipped to deliver consistently high-quality hard services within the FM sector.”

Gary Stanfield, Framework Manager (Building Maintenance) at Fusion21 said: “We are delighted to welcome all of the new suppliers onto Fusion21’s Building Improvements Framework, including Polyteck. 

“Members accessing this framework will benefit from flexible call-off options, UK-wide coverage, and the option to deliver social value to their communities, aligned to their organisational priorities.”

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