Liberty appointed on new Fusion21 £250M Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework
Following a competitive tender process, we are delighted to announce Liberty has been successfully appointed to the Fusion21 national Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework.
The four-year framework is worth up to £250m and includes 46 specialist firms who will be supporting housing associations and local authorities with a wide range of reactive works and services, covering responsive and out-of-hours reactive emergency repairs, void property repairs, and outsourced call handling on a 24/7 or out-of-hours basis.
Liberty applied to feature in the following lots:
- Lot 1 – Reactive repairs and maintenance (worth up to £180 million)
- Lot 2- Empty property improvements (worth up to £22.5 million)
- Lot 4 Disrepair works (worth up to £36 million)
- Lot 5 Contact centre services (worth up to £1.5 million)
Director of Repairs, Maintenance and Construction, Ian Elsey, said: “We’re extremely delighted to be part of the Fusion21 Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework. Our property repairs and maintenance solution safeguard the whole home. We’re not just about fixing problems, but we like to go further by being personal and thinking ahead using our skills and expertise to do things altogether better.”
Gary Stanfield, Framework Manager (Building Maintenance) at Fusion21 said: “We are delighted to welcome all of the new suppliers onto Fusion21’s Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework, including Liberty. The tender process was highly competitive and has identified the best contractors for our members to use for the delivery of a whole range of responsive repairs and associated works.
“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.”
You can find more details on the Fusion21 website here.