Dynamic FM appointed as Maintenance Partner for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust £10M Framework
Dynamic FM has cemented its long association with the National Health Service (NHS) with the announcement of its appointment to both the Electrical and Mechanical lots of University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust’s new 2021 Maintenance Framework. The framework is initially for a term of three years, with a potential extension of a further two years dependent upon KPI’s being met.
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) provides a service to a population of over 365,000 people within North Lancashire, the western fringes of North Yorkshire and South Cumbria. It does this via 3 main hospital sites, namely, Royal Lancaster Infirmary, Furness General Hospital and Westmorland General Hospital.
Under the three-to-five-year framework, Dynamic FM will support University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) with Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance. A total of three contractors have been appointed to each of the two Framework lots and will support the trust with reactive repairs, planned preventative maintenance, and installation works.
To be successful, Dynamic FM’s bid demonstrated a strong commitment to sustainability, displayed relevant experience of providing quality maintenance and repair services, and echoed UHMBT’s passion for delivering social value. The ability to provide value for money via quality, timely and on-budget delivery were also assessed and rated to be sufficiently high quality.
The value of the contract is £10 million and Dynamic FM have already secured two Mechanical Projects via the framework and have commenced work at Lancaster Royal Infirmary on Ward 6 and the children’s ward.
Michael Fraser, Managing Director at Dynamic FM said:
“Dynamic are delighted to have been appointed to the Framework and look forward to providing sustainable and quality maintenance services to the UHMBT NHS Trust. Our Healthcare services are essential to the British public and the events of the past few years have made this clearer than ever. We look forward to supporting the trust and ensuring the integrity and functionality of their facilities.”