United Living secure place on CPC Whole House Refurbishment and Associated Works (WH2) framework
United Living are proud to have achieved a place on the Consortium Procurement Construction (CPC) Whole House Refurbishment and Associated Works (WH2) framework.
The framework, which runs for four years (2020-2024), aims to provide an efficient procurement route for housing refurbishment works in the public sector.
Geographically the placement covers the North East, North West, Yorkshire and Humber as well as East and West Midlands, with United Living in the highest annual bands of £1.5 million to £5 million.
Work is split across two work streams:
Work stream 1 – Individual Whole House Refurbishment Specialisms with associated works
- Kitchens & bathrooms with associated repairs
- Electrical works
- Painting & decorating
Work stream 2 – Multi-disciplinary services
Covering all works listed in Workstream 1 with the following additional options:
- Heating and electrical
- Disabled adaptations
- Supply, renewal of gas fired central heating and upgrading of boilers
- Electric heating installations
- Electrical wiring
- Renewal of windows and doors, including fire doors
- Fire detection, suppression systems, sprinklers
Helen Francis, Business Development Director at United Living North, said: “We are delighted to have secured a placement on this WH2 framework. Through this we look forward to applying our expertise and experience to support the public sector in delivering a wide variety of refurbishment works.”
Full details of the framework can be found via https://bit.ly/2TxDz7m