CMS Window Systems joins Scottish Procurement Alliance framework
Window, door and curtain walling manufacturer and installer CMS Window Systems has secured a place on a key the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) framework.
The company is one of a select few suppliers who have been able to demonstrate compliance with stringent technical, quality, supply chain management and customer service criteria set out by the SPA.
CMS now has a place on the SPA ‘Windows, Doors and Associated Products’ framework for PVC-U windows and doors, strengthening its position in the social housing and public sector markets.
The company is already a preferred supplier on Scotland Excel’s framework for replacement windows and doors, and it is a long term fenestration partner to some of the UK’s largest social housing providers, including Fife Council, North Lanarkshire Council and East Dunbartonshire Council.
Chris McGinn, the SPA’s senior client support manager, said: “The standards for becoming a SPA appointed company are set high, which ensures our partners get the best. We are delighted that CMS Window Systems has been appointed to our new WD1 Windows and Doors framework and we are looking forward to working with them on future projects.”
David Ritchie, CEO at CMS Window Systems, added: “We’re delighted to be joining the SPA’s procurement framework for PVC-U windows and doors, which will enable many more social housing providers in Scotland to access our high quality products and services with ease and confidence. It is another important step on our path to growth following a record financial year in 2017-18 and the opening of our new door manufacturing facility in Fife.
“We’ve clearly demonstrated our corporate, technical and service strengths to the SPA and support their ethos in optimising the procurement process. Our extensive product portfolio is ideally suited to the needs of today’s housing specifiers, including housing comfort, energy efficiency and long term value, supporting the major transformation which continues to be driven by the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH).”