Ian Williams achieves achieves first place on SWPA’s Passive Fire Protection Framework
Ian Williams is proud to confirm its position as first placed provider for Passive Fire Protection work in the South West.
This award will enable Ian Williams to help all public sector clients deliver the necessary remedial works highlighted by their Fire Risk Assessments under the Regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005 by undertaking related work as a “Competent Person”.
The scope of the framework covers the inspection, installation and maintenance of passive fire protection measures including fire doors, penetration seals and fire signage.
Stuart Weddle, General Manager, commented: “We are thrilled to have secured our place as a provider through a rigorous procurement process. This means any client who requires passive fire protection is legally able to appoint Ian Williams without a further procurement process saving them time and money as well as more importantly ensuring that their buildings are made safe immediately.”
The fully OJEU compliant Framework permits direct award without further competition, where all terms and conditions of the call-off project are within the terms and conditions of the SWPA framework. Clients can use any one of a range of standard forms of building contract including JCT/SBCC, NEC/NEC4, ACE, PPC, TPC, FAC1, or their own in-house agreement.
Stuart added: “This is great news for public sector clients in the South West who are seeking to provide safe buildings to the highest standards and with a service provider they can rely on and trust.”
To find out more about the passive fire protection work that Ian Williams carries out and to register your interest, visit: Passive Fire Protection – Ian Williams. If you would like to discuss how we can help directly with our team, please contact us on 0345 459 4571 or email email@example.com
For more information on the South West Procurement Alliance’s Fire Safety: Passive Fire Protection (FS1-P) Framework, visit: https://swpa.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/FS1-Procurement-Guide_SWPA_web02.pdf