Balfour Beatty, Willmott Dixon and Skanska among thirteen firms appointed for Mayor of London framework

Balfour Beatty, Skanska, Mitie and Willmott Dixon are among thirteen firms that have won a place on the Mayor of London’s framework to retrofit 400 public sector buildings to make them more energy efficient.

The framework forms the next phase of the Mayor’s RE:FIT programme to improve the energy efficiency of the public sector estate. It aims to retrofit 400 buildings over the next two years.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson said the programme was already “having a real impact in cutting both energy bills and carbon emissions”.

“Decades from now hundreds of our public buildings will still be standing, and it’s our responsibility to make sure they are as efficient as possible for future generations. What’s more, RE:FIT is already benefiting Londoners today, boosting jobs through the burgeoning low carbon economy,” he said.

The programme aims to retrofit a further 600 public sector buildings from 2015.

Despite being organised by the Mayor of London the framework is available for all public sector organisations across the UK to access.

Between 2008 and 2012, 111 buildings were retrofitted under the programme.

RE:FIT framework

  • Balfour Beatty Workplace
  • British Gas Trading Ltd
  • COFELY Ltd
  • EDF Energy Customers Plc
  • E.ON Energy Solutions Ltd
  • ETDE FM Ltd
  • Honeywell Control Systems Ltd
  • Imtech Technical Services Ltd
  • MCW
  • Norland Managed Services Ltd
  • Skanska Construction UK Ltd
  • Willmott Dixon Energy Services Ltd