The framework is specifically designed to provide installation and repair works for planned maintenance (refurbishment and installation/replacements to existing buildings), including:
- Kitchen and bathroom installations, including adaptations
- Heating and ventilation, including commercial heating and renewables
- Electrical works and rewires
- Window and doors
- Roofing (flat and pitched)
- Fire precaution works
- Insulation work
- General building works
- Estates improvements
- Whole house improvement works
The framework is predominantly focused on the delivery of work to social housing properties in Yorkshire and the Humber but may extend to other public buildings such as schools and offices and other areas of the UK.
Call Off Mechanism
There are 2 call off routes under the Framework, these are:
This is a simple mechanism that allows you to select the Contractors on the relevant lot without having to undertake a separate tender based on the framework rates to determine the most economically advantageous offer for your requirements, subject to capability/capacity assessment. This method is most suitable for works that are similar to that described in the overall framework at tender.
Where all Eligible contractors capable of carrying out the work from the relevant lot are invited to tender. The ITT will set out the criteria to be used to determine the most economically advantageous tender detailing the questions, scoring mechanism, weighting and timescale. Once the Contractors have priced the works and submitted the required answers to the quality question, EN can analyse the submissions and produce an award recommendation report for the Client to review/accept.
Framework contractors are required to offer a minimum of 2 full time training opportunities per £1m project value spent through the framework.
For more information, please click here to download the Installers Framework Guide.