Technical services specialist Sudlows has been appointed to the North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium (NEUPC) Framework for the provision of data centre management equipment and infrastructure.
NEUPC is one of six UK higher education purchasing consortia established to deliver and manage a wide range of collaborative framework agreements to maximise third party expenditure within the higher education sector.
This new three-year framework will allow Sudlows to offer its design and build technical services for data centre project work across all of the UK’s universities.
Sudlows has a record of delivering critical infrastructure projects for higher education institutions across the UK including the University of Central Lancashire, Manchester University, the University of Portsmouth and SOAS University of London.
Chris Dummett, commercial director, Sudlows commented, “We have been providing world class data centre facilities to the education sector for nearly 20 years. We’re thrilled that we can now offer our NEUPC framework customers our full experience in critical infrastructures from audit, design, build, testing and maintenance. The team at Sudlows will ensure that all NEUPC customers will be able to access our expertise and we look forward to working collaboratively to create facilities of all sizes fit for the next generation of education.”