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Mitie awarded MoJ contracts worth up to £455m

Mitie has been awarded contracts worth up to £455 million by the Ministry of Justice to provide facilities management contracts in the south of England.

Following its appointment to the MoJ’s total facilities management framework in July, Mitie has been awarded the contracts for Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service in the south of England, and prisons at Brixton and Isis.

The contracts are for a five year period with a possible two year extension. With base contract values totalling approximately £40m annually and up to £25m project works to be undertaken each year, the total value over the period will range between £200m and £455m.

Mitie chief executive Ruby McGregor-Smith said: “We are delighted that the MoJ has awarded us these total facilities management contracts, which are strategically very significant for Mitie.

“We have a long track-record of supporting the MoJ and its estate and we look forward to building on this relationship further in the coming years.”

Under the framework agreement, the company will be eligible to bid for future facilities management contracts at ministry properties across England and Wales.

The contracts are for fully integrated facilities management and encompass security, cleaning, maintenance and project works, commencing on 1 February 2012.

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