New wave of modular firms on £175m Fusion21 framework

21 August 2018 | By Neil Gerrard

Procurement organisation Fusion21 has added eight firms to its modular building framework, following an expansion worth £175m over a four-year period.

The framework which is designed to service the emergency services, health and leisure sectors, in addition to providing buildings for educational purposes and wider public use, provides members with temporary or permanent quality modular buildings which are compliant with all building regulations and present lower carbon emissions than traditional builds.

Nick Verburg, procurement and supply chain manager at Fusion21, said: “Modular off-site construction is an innovative and cost-effective way to deliver buildings for the 21st century, and we are delighted to have expanded this flexible procurement solution in response to market demand and member feedback.

“Fusion21 members accessing this framework will benefit from significant efficiency savings and social value, whilst accessing a range of sustainable building solutions specific to their building needs and requirements.”

The successful suppliers to be added to Fusion21’s national modular buildings framework are:



I am an Indian and a resident of Kerala State where we are going through the aftermath of floods. Requirement at this stage is the rehabilitation of the victims who have lost everything. They have to be provided with houses at the earliest.
Interested to know if we could implement your housing solutions in Kerala.

RAMESH MUNDANY , 22 August 2018

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