We are pleased to announce StriveAV has been awarded a place on the new national university framework for Audio Visual Supplies, System Design, Installation and Maintenance. This appointment follows a rigorous selection process headed by the North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium (NEUPC).

NEUPC acted as lead organisation on behalf of its consortium members, including HEPCW, LUPC and SUPC, each representing membership from universities and further education colleges in their respective regions. The competition process sought to secure the best value for all members and to provide an easy and compliant route to market for over 170 members, with clear KPIs and a structure which would benefit all members and suppliers.

In a change from the existing framework agreements, this framework has been organised into two lots for ‘large’ and ‘small’ contracts, to reflect the difference in works not just in terms of value, but also with regards project complexities. Each geographical region, therefore, has been split accordingly, with 10 integrators appointed to each large contracts area, and 5 to each small contracts region. For both large and small lots, integrators had to demonstrate a proven track record, and meet the expectations and stringent criteria set by the consortium.

We are delighted to have been appointed AV integrator for the following regions:

Large Contracts


Small Contracts


LOT 2 a Yorkshire


LOT 2 b Yorkshire


LOT 3 a Wales


LOT 3 b Wales


LOT 4 a West Midlands of England


LOT 4 b West Midlands of England


LOT 5 a East Midlands of England


LOT 5 b East Midlands of England


LOT 6 a East of England


LOT 6 b East of England


LOT 7 a South West of England


LOT 7 b South West of England


LOT 8 a South East of England


LOT 8 b South East of England


LOT 9 a Greater London


LOT 9 b Greater London


Toni Moss, managing director at StriveAV, said: “The StriveAV team are absolutely thrilled to continue our work with the universities and further education colleges across all these regions and look forward to working with the NEUPC team to build on the success of the previous framework agreements.

For more information please contact higher education sales manager, David Corker: [email protected]