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Interserve wins £60m facilities management contract with JLL

Interserve has won a £60m deal to provide FM services for 18 shopping centres across the country.

The deal with property services company JLL will see Interserve provide integrated FM services at 18 shopping centres across the UK.

Services delivered by Interserve will include cleaning, security, customer services, pest control, window cleaning and electronic security system maintenance. 

The three-year deal also includes cleaning services for a number of JLL’s offices in central London, which will be worth around £9.5m per year.

The company said its “long-term relationship” with JLL was among the key factors for the awarding of the contract.

JLL retail management operations direction Duncan Cross said the integrated package was a “very positive step” for the firm’s portfolio.

“Interserve’s combination of innovative technology, and ‘one-team’ ethos, underpinned by their dedicated shopping centre operation, will allow us to implement our change programme to maintain JLL at the forefront of shopping centre management,” he said.

Recent major contract wins for Interserve include a £25m deal to build a leisure centre for Eastleigh Borough Council, and a £230m support services deal for the US Air Force’s UK estate.

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