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Carillion bags £204m Virgin and Nationwide contracts

Construction and support services giant Carillion has secured facilities management contracts worth up to £204 million.

The contract wins extend the company’s partnerships with Nationwide Building Society and Virgin Media.

The Nationwide job includes FM provision for the society’s entire UK property portfolio.  

Carillion already provides FM services to Nationwide’s administration estate and the new contract extends the agreement to cover in excess of 800 high-street branches.

Work starts this month and runs for an initial period of three years with an option to extend for a further two.

The Virgin Media deal also renews and extends a current agreement that will see the group provide FM services until at least mid 2013 and potentially to mid 2015.

Under the new contract, Carillion will continue to deliver hard and soft FM services for Virgin Media’s UK national estate, including their headquarters campus in Hook.

Carillion group chief executive John McDonough said:  “We are delighted to have secured these new contracts with the Nationwide Building Society and Virgin Media.  This reflects the strong relationship we have built with these customers, for whom we already provide extensive facilities management services.  We look forward to strengthening these long-term partnerships under the new contracts.” 

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