Award-winning contractor secures multi-million pound university contract.
Ashford contracting firm REDEC Refurbishment Ltd have been selected to undertake a schedule work across Canterbury Christ Church University’s North Holmes Campus over a three-year period.
REDEC Director Chris has hailed this new partnership between Canterbury Christ Church University as a ‘wholly new way of working.’
– The local firm will enter a multi-operator framework for the provision of building maintenance and minor building works across the University’s Canterbury sites.
– The framework will incorporate civil engineering, roofing, flooring, windows, painting, glazing works, the management of building services and other related specialist works.
– There are several key objectives involved in the Tender process:
– To appoint the three most economically advantageous Economic Operators for the provision of Minor Building and Associated Works and encourage innovation.
– To appoint Economic Operators who understands the University’s Sustainability Policy and Strategy and who will work in partnership with the Contracting Authority to achieve associated targets.
– To ensure compliance with all relevant legislation in the provision of services through a legal compliance system.
– To appoint Economic Operators who will be able to provide detailed management information.
– To provide a safe and effective estate for a high-quality learning environment.
REDEC Director Chris was keen to share his thoughts on this new venture;
“The University has decided to appoint three excellent local contractors to cover all works required by this forward thinking and progressive higher education institute. REDEC will handle all their Canterbury estate which includes classrooms, residential, office space and even a world heritage site. Having a company like us on board that has built a 20+ year reputation on being highly adaptable but also incredibly dependable will ensure that this cutting-edge University’s infrastructure is in good hands to deliver their world class higher education courses.”