Seddon has won places on two separate frameworks for its expanding Building Services division.
The firm, which has offices in Bolton, Stoke, Birmingham and North Wales, has been appointed to Fusion21’s Servicing, Maintenance and Installation of Heating Systems framework, and also named as the approved contractor for Springs Tenant Management Co-operative, based in Bury.
Seddon’s appointment to the Fusion21 framework, worth £200 million over four years, will see the contractor supply and install heating systems for local councils, housing associations, and charities.
Winning a place on the Fusion21framework builds on Seddon’s two appointments to the procurement specialist’s four year high-rise and roofing frameworks in May last year – demonstrating the firm’s ability to provide a complete solution to their clients.
Seddon has also been named as the approved contractor for Springs Tenant Management (TMC) Co-operative, a Bury-based social enterprise that has been key to regenerating the Springs estate in the Gigg area of suburban Bury.
The appointment to Springs TMC’s approved contractor list will see Seddon carry out minor works worth up to the value of £1,500 per job, and lasts until 2018.
Robert Moss, Head of Building Services at Seddon, said: "Seddon has a fantastic heritage working for housing associations and public sector organisations, so we are delighted to once again be appointed to these two frameworks. The wins are key to Seddon Building Services plans for expansion over the next three years.
"With an experienced direct workforce, we have a great understanding of our clients’ needs and the pressures they face, and ensure we deliver quality work on time and within budget.”