Sovini Property Services, part of the Sovini Group, has been appointed to five frameworks by Fusion21 and Lancashire County Council.
The frameworks include installation works, heating systems works and construction, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering repairs and maintenance.
Sovini Property Services provides comprehensive repairs, maintenance and facilities management services to their partners One Vision Housing and Pine Court Housing Association, as well as a number of local authorities outside of the Sovini Group in the North West.
The company launched in 2010 and has seen its turnover increase from £8m to £20m within that time, as well recruiting over 200 staff.
The Fusion21 Installation Works Framework is a national planned maintenance framework worth up to £300m over a four-year period.
The Fusion21 Servicing, Maintenance and Installation of Heating Systems Framework covers a variety of planned and reactive work on both domestic and commercial heating installations and is worth up to £200m over a four-year period.
"To be successful on five frameworks within the space of a few weeks is a fantastic achievement for the business."
SPS MD Phil Pemberton
Sovini Property Services was also successful on several Lancashire County Council Repairs and Maintenance Frameworks including Mechanical, Electrical and Construction, covering Chorley and West Lancashire.
Phil Pemberton, Managing Director of Sovini Property Services, said: “To be successful on five frameworks within the space of a few weeks is a fantastic achievement for the business.
“We have surpassed our financial targets this year, and the business as well as our reputation has grown exponentially as showcased by these accomplishments.”
Fusion21 Procurement Manager Nick Verburg said: “Part of our evaluation process measured the ability of bidders to deliver social value – and so Fusion21 members accessing these frameworks will benefit from working with contractors and suppliers who are committed to the creation and delivery of social value in local communities.”
As part of the Sovini Group, capacity generated by Sovini Property Services is reinvested in the group’s not-for-profit social housing partners – One Vision Housing and Pine Court Housing Association - supporting their investment in new homes and developing local communities.
The news comes just a couple of months after the company was appointed to a £1.2m framework by Blackpool Borough Council adapting homes for disabled tenants
For more information about Sovini Property Services, please visit http://sovini.co.uk/thegroup/sovinipropertyservices/.
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