Four-year Fusion21 deal to include £500m of work to decarbonise existing homes
Contractors have been put on notice for a £750m framework for decarbonising buildings launched by procurement firm Fusion21.
The four-year framework will be used for energy-saving retrofits, with work including installation of new heat pumps, insulation and solar panels. It also includes architectural, engineering and fit-out services.
The framework is split into two lots, one £500m lot for domestic dwellings and a £250m lot for public and education buildings.
The domestic lot, called Whole House Decarbonisation, will focus on all forms of insulation, draught proofing, ventilation and replacement of kitchens and bathrooms.
The second lot includes design and planning for non-domestic buildings, focusing on general improvements to building fabric including facades, balconies, insulation systems and heating systems.
Firms have until 27 October to send in requests to participate.
Fusion21 currently has four decarbonisation frameworks for construction, heating and renewables, energy efficiency and consultancy.
Firms on the current construction decarbonisation framework include Wates, Kier, Bell Group and Seddon.
Consultants on the consultancy framework include Atkins, Ridge and Turner & Townsend, along with architects AHMM and Pozzoni Architecture.