Removal Services (Hard FM)
(Lot 45 Hard FM Framework)
Framework Agreement Description
The Removal Services Framework (Hard FM) includes general, bespoke and specialist removal services. The framework agreement for removal services can also include the provision of storage and disposal of scrap items and/or equipment.
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Framework Agreement Information
When does it start?
25 August 2017 - 24 February 2022
Who can take advantage of the framework?
The framework agreement is free to access for all UK Public Sector Bodies
What does the framework cover?
The service is not limited to removal service and can include the provision of storage and disposal of scrap items and/or equipment. Whilst this type of service could be coined as 'general removal' services or 'basic removal' services, suppliers have been encouraged to include information pertinent to specialist removals.
The scope of the services include but not limited to:
• General, bespoke and specialist removal services
• Storage management
• Disposal of discontinued furniture, equipment and waste
• Labelling and delivery of crates and packing materials
What are the benefits of using the framework?
• OJEU AVOIDANCE
A detailed procurement exercise has taken place to ensure that suppliers selected meet all legislative requirements; therefore, no formal tendering is required, saving valuable time and money in the procurement process.
• DIRECT AWARD
The agreement gives freedom and flexibility for all participating authorities to choose the suppliers they wish within the remit of the agreement.
• COMPETITIVE PRICING & MINI-COMPETITION
Capped pricing during the framework period to support budgeting and calculation of benefits realised by participating authorities. Mini-competition may be undertaken to meet the bespoke requirement of each customer.
• SUPPLIER MIX
The agreement contains large national providers, but also a healthy number of regional SMEs to be more reactive to local needs.
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