FUSION21, a core provider of services to public sector organisations, has announced it has awarded the contract to deliver local exhaust ventilation services to support its building and compliance framework, to Impact Technical Services. The company, who deliver a fully managed procurement service, have recently reviewed the provision of their outsourcing services, and carried out a highly competitive tender process.
175 prequalified, accredited suppliers, both SMEs and multinational organisations, were assessed for their skills, knowledge, experience, and behaviours (SKEB) and have secured a place on the framework, which has been designed and positioned to meet emerging requirements particularly in relation to fire safety and the building safety agenda.
Tony Bosworth, Operations Director for Impact Technical Services commented:
“The award of this contract further strengthens our position as one of the leading providers of local exhaust ventilation systems and services to a wide range of sectors. We are looking forward to working closely with Fusion21 on this contract to assist with the protection of those working within a hazardous environment. Our expertise covers all aspects of dust, fume, oil mist and vapour control in a wide range of scenarios, from schools and universities to recycling centres, so we are well equipped to provide these services to the members of the Fusion21 network.”
Phil Woodhead, Category Manager for Fusion21 also commented on the tender:
“We are delighted to welcome all of the new suppliers onto the framework, including Impact Technical Services. The tender process was highly competitive, and the process has identified the best contractors for our members to use.
A further, real benefit to our members and their communities is the social value delivery that is aligned to organisational priorities and can be monitored and reported against for all call offs.”