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Carillion named on £4.1bn government services framework

Carillion has been selected for all three lots on a new government services framework worth up to £4.1bn over the next four years.

Carillion was selected alongside Emcor UK and Sodexo for all three lots of the new facilities management service agreement, designed to save the government more than £200m up to July 2019.

In total, 16 other suppliers secured one or more lots on the new framework, which includes total facilities management, hard facilities management such as mechanical and electrical maintenance, and soft facilities management such as cleaning and security.

It is hoped that the new framework, through which the government expects to spend between £1.3bn and £4.1bn, will create a more efficient and simplified system for public sector customers accessing facilities management.

List of winners

Carillion Services Ltd
Sodexo Holdings Ltd
AMEY Community Ltd
Bilfinger Europa Facilities Management Services Limited
Bouygues E&S FM UK LtdCofely Workplace Ltd
Compass Contract Services operating as ESS
Galliford Try Building Ltd
Interserve (Facilities Management) Ltd
ISS Facilities Services Ltd
Kier Facilities Services Ltd
Mitie Facilities Services Ltd
Noonan Services Group Ltd
Servest Group Ltd
Sigma Support Services

This greater efficiency and cost effectiveness will be achieved through a number of new initiatives, including better buying and standardisation of specifications, a common set of terms and conditions on costing and greater access to information for customers.

Carillion chief executive Richard Howson said: “We are delighted to have secured one of only three places on this framework agreement for all three service lots.

“Our selection further enhances our position as a leading provider of facilities management services to the public sector and should offer new opportunities to grow our UK support services business.”

Readers' comments (1)

  • They do not have the management to run the MOD estate, how will they manage this one?

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