TÜV SÜD Dunbar Boardman has been appointed to a Fusion21 £80M Lifts Framework
TÜV SÜD Dunbar Boardman has secured a place on an £80M Fusion 21 Lifts Framework Programme. Fusion 21,
a procurement and social enterprise organisation, has designed the Framework 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.
Split into five lots, it supports a variety of design, installation, refurbishment and the servicing/maintenance of passenger/goods lifts and domestic lifts (including stairlifts, step lifts, platform lifts and hoists).
The Framework offers options for fully comprehensive or basic maintenance, in addition to specific lots for lift consultancy services and carrying out thorough examinations required by LOLER (Lift Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998). The Framework has stringent requirements for supplier competency, requiring appropriate memberships and accreditations (LEIA, SaFed, UKAS).
Richard Booth, TÜV SÜD Dunbar Boardman’s, Regional Director for Central England said: “We are delighted to have secured a place on this Framework Programme. Our strength and capability in this area means that our customer specific, tailored solutions ensure compliance whilst bringing innovation and certainty to projects in the existing built environment to new developments.
“We are familiar with providing vertical transportation system project design & installation phase works for a number of the frameworks clients and look forward to delivering quality solutions in conjunction with Fusion21 partners within the coming years.”
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