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CWM Repair & Maintenance framework

How the framework works

Who, what & how

Constructing West Midlands is managed by Acivico Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Birmingham City Council. It provides a flexible, cost effective and OJEU compliant way to procure repair and maintenance works, and can be accessed by public sector bodies, registered charities and third sector organisations operating in the West Midlands region.

Any organisation wishing to access the Constructing West Midlands framework can do so by entering into an Access Agreement without any obligation to place work through the framework. There are no membership fees to pay and instead, framework management costs are covered by a levy paid by the framework’s contractor partners.

Map of area CWM cover - Midlands

More information

Who has access, works covered and our flexibility

Who can use the framework
  • Local Authorities including County, District and Borough Councils, Parish Councils, Town Councils and Combined Authorities
  • Government Departments and agencies
  • Educational, training and learning establishments
  • Social enterprises within culture and leisure
  • Registered providers of social housing
  • The National Housing Federation
  • Blue light services
  • NHS Bodies including Acute Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups and care homes
  • Local Enterprise Partnerships
  • Private enterprises qualifying as Bodies Governed by Public Law
  • Registered charities and third sector organisations
Works & services covered
  • Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM)
    – Statutory and non-statutory scheduled maintenance and inspections of mechanical, electrical and building fabric components plus legionella management
  • Routine Reactive Maintenance (RRM)
    – Emergency and responsive maintenance of mechanical, electrical and building fabric components
  • Minor Maintenance Works (MMW)
    – Unplanned maintenance and new works requirements identified by the customer or through the course of PPM and RRM activities
  • Planned Maintenance Projects (PMP)
    – Repair and Maintenance / Lifecycle works up to c. £500k in value
Framework flexibility clients have a choice of:
  • Procurement / call-off type:
    – Direct Award
    – Mini-Competition
  • Design flexibility: Full, part or no design. Engagement at any RIBA stage.
  • Contract type:
    – NEC4 suite of contracts as standard.
    – Customer preferred contracts by negotiation.
  • Option to use a schedule of pre-tendered framework rates with Direct Award NEC contracts
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