Bellrock Property & Facilities Management has been chosen as a supplier on the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) framework.
The group has been awarded a deal to carry out lots 1-12 of FM services on the framework.
The spot was secured following a tendering process and covers several regions of the UK across the East, East Midlands, London, North East, North West, Northern Ireland, Scotland, South East, South West, Wales, West Midlands and Yorkshire & Humber.
CPC is a purchasing consortium owned and run by the further education sector. It was developed to provide a resource for education and public sector institutions, offering specialist advice on the procurement of reliable, compliant, and best value suppliers.
The FM services framework allows for schools, academies and colleges to procure outsourced facilities management services and design them to meet their needs.
The list of services included on the framework are:
- Building cleaning
- Mechanical, electrical and building fabric maintenance
- Catering services, including vending
- Waste management
- Grounds maintenance
- Estates management
- CAFM and helpdesk
- Portable appliance testing
- Maintenance of firefighting equipment and systems
- Cleaning of the external building fabric, lighting, signage and fixtures and fittings
- Pest control
- Emergency response, key holding and out-of-hours call-out
- Reception, postal, energy, water, laundry.
David Smith, CEO, Bellrock Property & Facilities Management, said the company’s position on the CPC framework “provides us with a platform to reach the over 8,000 member institutions nationwide, providing those educational establishments with the people, processes and technology to support the ever-evolving education landscape”.
“Our experience and relationships with over 160 educational sites mean that we are well positioned to provide strategic solutions to meet the current and future challenges within the education sector.”
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