Construction West Midlands

Building Fabric Repair and Maintenance Framework


Project Overview

Client: Construction West Midlands

Programme Value: Total £200bn

Duration: Eight years

Established to deliver significant cost and time savings in procurement across the West Midlands region, the framework is a collaboration between Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council and Acivico Limited (which is wholly owned by Birmingham City Council).

A ready-made delivery vehicle for capital building, repair, maintenance and refurbishment works, Constructing West Midlands provides clients with access to impartial experts and some of the UK’s leading contractors. It offers clients a flexible framework structure which can be tailored to suit individual project requirements and sets high standards for sustainability and the provision of economic and social value.

Drop down frameworks awarded via CWM include:

          • Birmingham City Council ACIVICO Pod 2

            This framework gives Birmingham City Council access to planned, reactive and minor works Building Fabric Repair and Maintenance Services. Examples of works that we have completed include: Roofing works to Anglesey Primary School (£250k), Demolition works to chalet site West Heath Primary School (£202k), Tudor Grange Swimming Pool refurbishment (£769k) and Nelson Mandela School refurbishment works (£310k).
          • Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

            This framework is let under two Lots: Lot 1: Building Fabric Repair, Maintenance and Construction Lot 2: The provision of a range of repairs and maintenance to mechanical, electrical engineering and plumbing installations including minor capital works, new installations, energy efficiency installations and alteration of existing installations. Examples of project work that we have completed include: Full refurbishment of Sandwell MBC House HQ (£1.2m), Reroofing works to Tanhouse Community Centre (£158k) and Asbestos removal works at Smethwick Swimming Centre (£215k).