Introduction to the Framework

This framework provides public sector organisations with an efficient, value for money procurement route to deliver important refurbishment, improvement and modernisation projects that ensure their buildings are well maintained and improves the lives of tenants and occupants within them.

Key features:

  • Provides equal opportunities for suppliers of all sizes to promote local economic development
  • Ability to deliver works in a domestic and non-domestic setting
  • Flexibile approach allowing additional works to be procured through multi-disciplinary lots
  • Appointment of companies that can support Partners in delivering social value and community benefits

Procurement guide - PDF

About the Framework

The framework was designed to provide public sector organisations with the ability to tailor the scope of work and delivery of projects, through either individual specialisms or the multi-disciplinary lots. While also providing Clients with the ability to use RM3 in conjunction with LHC’s supply frameworks, such as Kitchens and Associated Products (K7), Doorsets, Fire Doors and Communal Entrance Doors (C8) and Windows & Doors - PVC-U & Timber (WD2).

 

Our Vision for Refurbishment & Modernisation

As with all our frameworks we support the public sector by continuing to innovate to meet and exceed the “Gold Standard” for public sector construction frameworks. We pride ourselves on our long-standing commitment to early engagement and collaboration bringing specialist suppliers and public sector bodies together to guide framework development ensuring best possible outcomes for the public sector, local authorities and housing associations.

Workstreams

Workstream 1 - Kitchens & Bathrooms with Associated Works

Replacement kitchen & bathrooms
Remodelling
Mould prevention and protection
Associated repair replastering and redecoration
Electrical minor works and upgrades
Plumbing services
Heating services
Fire protection measures

Workstream 2 - Electrical Works

Rewire with improvements made to existing electrical systems
Replacement consumer units
Electric heating replacement and upgrades
Fire protection measures
Energy efficiency works and upgrades - Smart controls / LED etc

Workstream 3 - Painting and Decorating

Planned redecoration works and repairs
Repairs to structural and building elements
Internal and external re-decoration
Communal works
Mould prevention and protection

Workstream 4 - Environmental and External Works

Demolition, excavation and landscaping
Brickwork & blockwork
Drainage
Concrete work
Fencing, gates, metalwork & fabrication
Carpentry & joinery
Painting and decorating (external)

Workstream 5 - Multi-Disciplinary Works

Planned redecoration works and repairs
Repairs to structural and building elements
Internal and external re-decoration
Communal works
Mould prevention and protection

Appointed Companies for Refurbishment and Modernisation (RM3)

-- A&E Elkins Ltd, trading as Elkins Construction
-- Amber Construction Services
-- Arc Group London
-- Axis Europe
-- Bell Group
-- Breyer Group
-- Cablesheer Asbestos
-- CLC Contractors
-- Durkan
-- Etec Contract Services
-- Everwarm
-- Foster Property Maintenance
-- Greyline Builders
-- Higgins Partnerships 1961
-- Hugh LS McConnell
-- Ian Williams Limited
-- M&J Group (Construction and Roofing)
-- McLoughlin Decorating

 

-- Mitie Property Services (UK)
-- Mulalley and Company
-- MY Holdings Group
-- Niblock (Builders)
-- Osborne Property Services
-- PFL Electrical
-- R. Benson Property Maintenance
-- Re-Gen (M&E Services)
-- Re-Gen UK Construction
-- Saltash Enterprises
-- Ser contractor
-- Topcoat Construction T/A TCL Group
-- Trident Maintenance Services
-- United Living (South)
-- VINCI Construction UK
-- Wates Property Services
-- Westone Housing

Contact LHC for more information on this framework

Call us on 01895 274800 Email info@lhc.gov.uk

This framework is valid until 29th February 2028

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