Introduction to the Framework

The Roofing Systems and Associated Works framework (RS4) allows local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source specialist suppliers for the design, supply and installation of traditional flat roofing and pitched roofing systems and associated works.

Fully OJEU compliant, the framework is suitable for all types of public sector refurbishment and new build projects, including multi occupancy residential buildings, schools, colleges, universities, NHS buildings and other public buildings.

Procurement guide - PDF

Workstreams

Workstream 1 – Traditional Flat Roofing


System Supplier led with approved installation contractors

Includes the design, supply and installation of traditional flat roofing products including asphalt systems, torch on systems such as bituminous built up roofing systems, flame-free systems such as single ply, bituminous systems and GRP.

Workstream 2 – Liquid Flat Roofing


System Supplier led with approved installation contractors

Includes design, supply and installation of liquid flat roofing systems including polymer modified bitumen emulsions and solutions, glass reinforced resilient unsaturated polyester resins, flexible unsaturated polyester resins, hot applied polymer modified bitumen and polyurethanes.

Workstream 3 – Profiled Metal Roofing


System Supplier led with approved installation contractors

Includes the design, supply and installation of metallic based roofing systems of a tile or sheet type profiled system.

Workstream 4 – Traditional Pitched Roofing

Contractor led

Includes the design, supply and installation of traditional pitched roof coverings including plain concrete tiles, interlocking concrete tiles, interlocking resin or slate, plain clay tiles, interlocking clay tiles, natural blue black and grey slate and fibre cement slate.

Mixed Roofing Super Lot

The Mixed Roofing Super Lot is intended to be used by Clients for projects that have a mix of roofing elements, typically a mix of flat and pitched roofing requirements but could also be metal profile roofs and traditional pitched roofs.

System Suppliers for Flat Roofing Systems

-- Alumasc Building Products
-- Bauder
-- BMI Icopal
-- Britmet Tileform
-- IKO
-- Langley Waterproofing Systems

Note: Refer to the Procurement Guide for details of approved installation contractors

-- Polyroof Products
-- SIG Trading
-- Soprema
-- The Garland Company
-- Triflex UK

Pitched Roofing Contractors

-- Abbeymill Homes
-- A.C. Whyte & Co
-- Ailsa Building Contractors
-- Amber Construction Services
-- Aspect Group Services
-- Axis Europe
-- Breyer Group
-- Cambridge Flat Roofing Co
-- Contract Building Services (Scotland)
-- CWG Group
-- Everlast Waterproofing

-- Faskin Group
-- Hugh LS McConnell
-- John Flowers
-- MAC (Roofing and Contracting)
-- Maguire Bros
-- M&J Group (Construction and Roofing)
-- NRA Roofing & Flooring Services
-- Procast Building Contractors
-- R Benson Property Maintenance
-- Roofing Technologies (RTL Group)

LHC Lifetime Values

In addition to providing our clients with competitively tendered Framework Agreements for building works, goods, and services LHC is committed to delivering tangible social value and community benefits in meeting local and regional needs. LHC work with our clients and appointed companies to ensure that wherever possible projects delivered using our Frameworks leave a social legacy.

LHC has aligned its activities to create the LHC Lifetime Values, which uses the 4 key value capitals as identified in the value toolkit by the Construction Innovation Hub.

During the life of the Framework LHC will work with clients and appointed companies to promote, identify, implement, and monitor the impact of these value capitals, which could be supported by social value and community benefit initiatives alongside the delivery of the works or service contracts in meeting local and regional needs.

Contact LHC for more information on this framework

Call us on 01895 274800 Email info@lhc.gov.uk

This framework is valid until 31st May 2025

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