Builder and developer Seddon could be in line for millions of pounds worth of work after a double framework win from Fusion21.
The appointment will see the national construction company deliver projects for local authorities and social housing providers across the UK.
Seddon is one of seven to be appointed to the high-rise refurbishment framework, which could see £300 million of work released over the next four years, and is one of 14 to be awarded a place on the roofing and ancillary works lot.
Duncan Williams, Regional Director at Seddon, said: "We have a long and proud history of working with housing associations and local authorities across the UK to deliver high-quality regeneration projects and are naturally delighted that we’ve been selected for this framework.
"Our appointment to two Fusion21 frameworks will allow us to further showcase our work and demonstrate our expertise in the market.”
The high-rise refurbishment framework covers national projects, while the roofing and ancillary works framework will see work across the North West, South West, Yorkshire and Humber, the Midlands and Wales released for tender.
This announcement follows a number of contract wins for Seddon, which was recently appointed by Salix Homes to deliver a £7 million tower block refurbishment in Salford as part of the social housing provider’s multi-million pound investment programme.
Sarah Whelan, Marketing Manager at Fusion21, said: "It’s a great achievement for Seddon to secure a place on two of our frameworks. Competition was extremely tough for both workstreams. All of our appointed partners like Seddon have clearly demonstrated they are best placed to deliver services on behalf of our members.”