Liverpool-based Sovini Property Services, part of The Sovini Group,has announced their success in securing a place as a named supplier on Fusion21’s Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework.
Fusion21 is a national social enterprise specialising in efficient and impactful public sector procurement. Similar to Sovini Property Services, Fusion21’s national Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework aims to support housing associations and local authorities.
The announcement of the frameworks marks a cohesive relationship between two organisations who place their corporate social responsibility at the heart of their business decisions.
The framework has been developed to provide a wide range of reactive works and servicing support, covering responsive and out-of-hours reactive emergency repairs, void property repairs, and outsourced call handling on a 24/7 or out-of-hours basis.
Sovini Property Services (SPS) have a wealth of experience spanning over 12 years in the repairs and maintenance industry. Following the appointment to the framework, they will have access to a wide range of exciting projects until 2026 as part of the deal. SPS will be offering services in both Lot 1 and Lot 2, which include responsive repairs and empty property repairs.
Speaking on the appointment, Mike Dale, Head of Property Services & Growth said, “Since our inception into the asset management sector in 2010 our team have provided an outstanding repairs and maintenance service. This is evidenced from the awards we win and the further supported by the numerous frameworks we sit on”.
Mike adds, “Following our appointment onto Fusion21’s Building and Assets Improvement Works, and Heating and Renewables Frameworks in previous years we are delighted to join the latest reactive repairs framework. Our values and mission align strongly with Fusion21’s purpose which centres corporate social responsibility at the centre of all decisions. We are proud to work with a socially responsible business and look forward to collaborating to achieve long-term positive outcomes for the communities in which we operate during this four-year framework”.