MORE THAN 100 specialist roofing contractors have won places on a new £180 million framework for the public sector.
They were appointed to the design, supply and installation of roofing and associated works (RS4) framework from LHC. It allows local authorities, social landlords and other public bodies to source pre-approved local suppliers that provide roofing systems for new builds or refurbishment projects.
The framework is worth up to £100 million in England, £60 million in Scotland and £20 million in Wales. It can be used for public and residential buildings, including schools and universities, high rise multi-occupancy residential buildings and sheltered accommodation.
Dean Fazackerley, LHC group procurement manager, said: “The large majority of the companies appointed to the framework are SMEs from around the country, all awarded places due to their proven record of high quality work.
“The RS4 framework combines two of LHC’s previous frameworks, Pitched Roofing (PR3) and Flat Roofing (FR2), to provide a consolidated option for contracting authorities and to make it easier to source high quality suppliers for a range of projects.
“The framework also offers contracting authorities much more flexibility as it allows them to combine different elements to create bespoke systems for their projects. They can choose metal tile and liquid systems alongside traditional roofing, which also includes copper, lead or zinc aspects for specialist buildings, as well as solar panels.”
Contracting authorities can access flat roofing system manufacturers and their approved installers using workstream one for traditional flat roofing, workstream two for liquid flat roofing, and workstream three for profiled metal roofing. Traditional pitched roofing contractors, providing full design and installation services, can be procured via workstream four.
The framework also includes a mixed roofing ‘super lot’ so that local authorities can source suppliers for projects that have a mix of roofing elements, such as a mix of flat and pitched roofing requirements or metal profile roofs and traditional pitched roofs.
The full list of appointed companies (in alphabetical order) is:
Flat Roofing System Manufacturers
Alumasc Building Products Ltd
BMI Icopal Limited
Britmet Tileform Ltd
Langley Waterproofing Systems
Polyroof Products Ltd
SIG Trading Limited
Soprema UK Limited
The Garland Company UK Limited
Triflex UK Ltd
Pitched Roofing Contractors
Abbeymill Homes Ltd
C.Whyte &Co Ltd
Ailsa Building Contractors Ltd
Amber Construction Services Ltd
Aspect Group Services Limited
Axis Europe PLC
Breyer Group PLC
Cambridge Flat Roofing Co Limited
Contract Building Services (Scotland) Ltd
CWG Group Ltd
Everlast Waterproofing Ltd
Faskin Group Ltd
Hugh LS McConnell
John Flowers Ltd
MAC Roofing and Contracting Limited
Maguire Bros limited
M&J Group (Construction and Roofing)
NRA Roofing &Flooring Services Ltd
Procast Building Contractors Ltd
R Benson Property Maintenance
RTL Group (Roofing Technologies Ltd)
The RS4 framework will run from 1 June 2021 until May 2025. For more information on the framework visit the LHC website.