Launch of new framework for Signs and Signage

Launch of new framework for Signs and Signage

05 December 2014

 

NEUPC has launched a new framework for all sign and signage requirements which provides members with significant cash savings opportunity and is tailored to their needs. Using UKUPC benefits methodologies NEUPC has calculated the framework will achieve 33 per cent cash savings for lot 1 and 7 per cent cash savings for Lot 2. NEUPC led the national tender working party which designed the framework.

 

Members should use this framework for: standard health and safety signage (fire exit, hazard and mandatory warning etc.) and  for internal and external environment signage supply and installation including

  • full campus rebranding projects

  • way-finding consultancy

  • signage design

  • room identification plaques

  • floor directories

  • street signage

  • monoliths

  • building signage.

 

Duration

1 December 2014 to 30 November 2016, plus two one-year extension options

 

Scope

Lot 1

  • Scope: supply only arrangement for standard health and safety signage products.

  • Supplier: Allsigns Limited

  • Benefits: 33 per cent - members can be assured that this supplier offers exceptionally competitive product pricing, and next day delivery

  • Call off mechanism – direct award.

 

Lot 2

  • Scope: a one-stop shop arrangement including way-finding consultancy, design, supply, installation and maintenance of signage solutions

  • Suppliers : DMA Signs Limited, Green Brothers Signs Limited, Wood & Wood Signs Limited, Sign Plus Limited (Scotland only)

  • Benefits: 7 per cent - members can be assured that these suppliers are experience project installers, trained and insured to work at heights, and all work to agreed risk assessments and method statements

  • Call off mechanism – may be by direct award, but usually by further competition, on a project by project or term basis.

 

View full agreement: http://www.neupc.ac.uk/agreements/item/signs-signage-efm2006-ne

 

Publication Date: 5 December 2014