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Anglian secures Croydon long-term partnership

14/06/2017

Anglian Building Products, the large projects division of Anglian Windows Ltd, has been awarded a windows and doors installation contract with Croydon Council. The contract, won through an OJEU compliant best-value procurement process, is worth approximately £8m over 5 years and there are options to extend the contract up to a total of 14 years.

The scope of works is the installation of PVC-U windows, standard and fire-rated composite doors and roofline products.

The contract includes works to a range of building types including housing, educational and social care buildings with over 600 homes being improved in the first year.

Anglian will be opening a new local depot specifically to service the contract and will undertake a number of initiatives to support the local community.

 

“This is a great appointment that’s going to benefit council tenants for years to come, and we’re looking forward to working with this nationally recognised company.”

Councillor Alison Butler, Croydon Council’s cabinet member for homes, regeneration and planning

 

The procurement process and mobilisation of the contract has been led by St Albans-based consultancy Echelon Consultancy Limited.

“Echelon worked with Croydon to deliver a successful robust procurement process that will allow both partners to build a long term relationship that delivers value for money and enhanced service for Croydon’s residents.”

Mathew Baxter, Echelon Consultancy Managing Director

 

“We are delighted to have secured this new contract and are committed to developing a strong and lasting partnership.”

Ross St Quintin, Head of Sales at Anglian Building Products

 

Croydon Council owns a housing stock of approximately 16,000 homes, has 10,500 employees and spends over £900 million per year, making a significant contribution to the local economy.

Anglian Building Products is one of the most respected providers of PVC-U windows, doors and external wall insulation for large social housing projects.

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