Firms have until 8 July to bid for deal

Procurement consultancy Fusion21 is seeking bids from consultants for a new £120m framework. 

The deal is set to run for four years and has been divided into 12 lots based on specialism.


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This year’s deal has four new lots

It will be the fifth iteration of Fusion21’s consultants framework and is expected to support more than 100 projects each year.

Open to all sizes of firm, it has been designed to be used by a wide range of public sector organisations in the blue light, central government, education, health, housing and local government sectors. It can be used right across the UK.

Lot one is a multidisciplinary consultancy lot, while the other 11 lots will allow consultants to bid for work specific to their expertise and capability.

This version of the deal has four new lots, for BIM, fit-out consultancy, facilities management and zero carbon and sustainability, reflecting some of the key issues facing the sector.

Firms that have the capability to deliver more than one discipline will be able to bid for any number of lots.

The framework includes flexible call-off processes with options for both direct awards and further competitions

Firms must submit their bids by noon on 8 July.

Fusion21 framework

Lot 1: Project management and multidisciplinary consultancy services and lead consultant

Lot 2: Stock monitoring & appraisal

Lot 3: Building Information Modelling - NEW

Lot 4: Architectural

Lot 5: Fit-out consultancy - NEW

Lot 6: Heritage and conservation

Lot 7: Structural and civil engineering

Lot 8: Building engineering services

Lot 9: Facilities management consultancy - NEW

Lot 10: Principal designer

Lot 11: Zero carbon and sustainability - NEW

Lot 12: Valuations