Fusion21 is developing a new Framework to deliver a full range of works to heating systems to estates across the public sector. The scope of the framework will also include heating related renewable technologies. Fusion21 is seeking the views of suppliers in how this Framework should be structured, to ensure it is fit for purpose to the supply market and captures any developments in the heating and renewable market for the next 4 years; this is to ensure we can provide an efficient and flexible solution to our Members. Thank you for your support in completing this questionnaire.


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* 1. What scope of works do you deliver through your direct workforce? (select all that apply)

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* 2. What annual value of projects do you deliver for each work type?

  Up to £100k £100k - 500k £500k - 1m £1m - 2m £2m+
Domestic servicing and maintenance
Domestic installations
Commercial servicing and maintenance
Commercial installations
Installation of Heat Interface Units
Installation of electric heating systems
Installation of ground source heat pumps
Installation of air source heat pumps
Installation of biomass systems
Installation of solar heat systems
Consultancy - Quality assurance and asset management
Consultancy - Principle design and project management

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* 3. What sectors do you deliver these works in?

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* 4. In your opinion, within the procurement process, what has enabled the successful delivery of projects for the scope of works covered?

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* 5. In your opinion, what are the biggest challenges you face in delivering public sector contracts?

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* 7. Do you feel the draft lot structure covers the correct scope of works expected for the duration of this framework across heating and renewables?

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* 8. What is your reason for your answer to Q7?

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* 9. How has your organisation delivered Social Value in line with the Public Services (Social Value) Act for the nature of these works?

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* 10. What, if any, are the main challenges you face when delivering Social Value through contracts of this nature?

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