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Bramall Construction
Bramall is part of the Keepmoat Group - the award-winning leader in the delivery of community regeneration, which is providing thousands of new and improved homes across a huge swathe of northern and central England. Working in partnership, Bramall provides a comprehensive and flexible package of housing support services to help build strong, dynamic and sustainable communities.

Construction Line
Constructionline is the UK''s register of pre-qualified local and national construction and construction-related suppliers. The concept of a single national database was proposed by the 1994 Latham Report. Since then Constructionline has grown and been updated in line with the needs of modern procurement. The OGC Common Minimum Standards and The Local Government Task Force also recommend using Constructionline as part of the pre-qualification and tendering process.

Eaga
Eaga is the UK’s leading provider of residential energy efficiency solutions, but we stand for more than just energy efficiency. We’re a people business with more than 4,000 Partners (our employees) committed to outstanding customer service in Government Contracts, Installation and Specialist Businesses. Since our establishment in 1990 we’ve been at the forefront of environment, energy efficiency and social justice agendas across the UK, with operations in Canada, India and Ireland. We are now an emerging force in providing solutions to climate change challenges. Central to our success is our commitment to the principles of employee ownership (eaga Partners) and our strong corporate and social values.

Fusion 21
Fusion21 is a social economy business which promotes collaboration to save money and create jobs. Operating nationally, Fusion21’s supply chains help to deliver our Clients’ capital and cyclical works programmes, create sustainable jobs for local people and generate cashable savings to reinvest in further frontline service improvements.

Gwynedd Council
During the spring of 2009, Gwynedd Council''''s tenants will have the opportunity to vote over the way their homes will be owned and managed in the future. Two options will be given to tenants, either to transfer the housing stock to the management of a new organisation, or to stay with the Council. The Council does not have the money needed to bring homes up to the Welsh Quality Standard by 2012. The transfer of the Council houses to the ownership of a new organisation, Gwynedd Community Housing, would mean that money would be released to bring all Council houses to the Welsh Housing Quality Standard within 5 years of transfer

Harvest Housing
Harvest Housing Group is a not for profit group of housing associations and housing companies. We own and manage over 18,000 affordable, high-quality homes and provide a range of housing, community and regeneration services across the North West and beyond. Responsive to our customers'''' and market needs and focused upon our neighbourhoods, we work with our partners to provide a wide range of services and housing options.

Housing Pendle
Housing Pendle is a not for profit housing association managing 3326 homes with a 30 year business plan approved by the Housing Corporation. We work hard to provide affordable housing and associated care and support services to customers throughout East Lancashire, through the borrowing facilities of up to £15 million provided by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

NICEIC
NICEIC is the electrical contracting industry’s independent voluntary body for electrical installation matters throughout the UK. We offer industry-leading certification services, Building Regulations Schemes, products and support to electrical contractors and many other trades within the construction industry.

Procure Plus
GM Procure is a regeneration company limited by guarantee i.e. not for profit. It is a consortia of social housing providers with stock in the North West. GM Procure was one of the first consortia to utilise the Efficiency Challenge Fund which was established by the Government to encourage social housing providers to work collaboratively. GM Procure aims to generate efficiencies and impact the local labour market by working collaboratively to procure construction materials and contractors for their planned maintenance and investment programmes. As a consortia, the members of GM Procure will leverage their volume and expenditure in order to achieve this.

Twin Valley Homes
Twin Valley Homes has been listed amongst the “Best Workplaces” UK 2005. At the fifth annual UK’s “Best Workplaces” Awards, held in London on Tuesday (26th April 2005), the multi-award winning housing association was recognised for their achievements in creating a superior workplace.

Valueworks
GM Procure has engaged Valueworks to assist it in developing an integrated supply chain solution. The partnership involves the creation of an online supply chain community to manage all procurement expenditure across the organisations. Valueworks is an innovative organisation operating in the field of sourcing, procurement and strategic cost management. What sets the company apart is the unique internet based e-procurement technology that it has developed, which can be implemented at minimal cost and without the need for clients to invest in expensive hardware or software. This technology enables private or public sector organisations to achieve significant savings when purchasing materials or services by controlling buying behaviour across organisations.