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After a competitive tender process, we’re pleased to announce that we’re one of the 100 suppliers appointed to the EN:Procure Installers Framework offered by social housing consortium Efficiency North, valued at £3.2 billion. This appointment further cements our position as one of the industry innovators and retrofit decarbonisation leaders.

The framework will facilitate vital installation servicing repairs and maintenance to social housing across the Yorkshire and Humber, East Midlands, and Northwest regions over the next four years. The list of suppliers appointed will allow the framework partners to draw on the specialist knowledge found across the industry and will help tackle work including electrical, heating, roofing and brickwork.

Gary Lawson, our managing director, said: “We’ve already secured work for 2024 to become our biggest and best year yet. Being appointed to the EN:Procure framework is another step forward in preparing ourselves for the years ahead too. We’re looking forward to getting stuck into our first projects as part of this framework, and actioning change in communities and in homes that transforms lives for the better.”

Emma Mottram, director of operations at EN:Procure, said: “We’re excited to announce the successful bids for our latest framework process – it has been a big effort from everyone involved. We wanted to give as many businesses as possible the chance to take part and the tenders were of an extremely high standard. Congratulations to all those appointed.

“The framework was structured to encourage SME engagement and so we are delighted that a large proportion of them are from that sector. We will be supporting them on their journey to delivering robust ESG targets.

“The successful applicants are keen to deliver outstanding installation and repairs works, while also matching Efficiency North’s commitment to training and skills development, including the use of apprenticeships.”

With the EN:Procure framework placing special emphasis on applicants commitment to training and skills development, including apprentices, Gary added: “We’re proud to be able to say that 12% of our workforce is now made up of apprentices. They’re on site and in office in a variety of roles across our business, learning the ropes first hand as part of an experienced team. Additionally, we’ve also enrolled 90% of our staff on specialist vocational upskilling courses with the Retrofit Academy to continue our team’s development at every stage of their careers.”

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