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Kier Facilities Services wins £40m deal

Kier Facilities Services has won a four-year framework agreement with Surrey County Council worth more than £40 million.

The framework agreement includes mechanical, electrical and buildings fabric work plus emergency call-outs covering schools and educational buildings, council offices and community buildings, leisure centres, emergency services, libraries and museums.

Kier Facilties Services operations director Rob Baker said: “As well as extending the geographic spread of our capabilities, this agreement strengthens our commitment to providing high levels of service to local authorities in the southern region. It is also a significant boost for our locally-based workforce and contractors, securing further work at a critical time for the construction industry.”

Kier Facilities Services is also set to play a key part in a wide-ranging corporate property and facilities management services contract with Sheffield City Council where it has been named as preferred bidder for the seven-year deal, valued at £55 million.

Other local authorities served by Kier Facilities Services include Hampshire, Cornwall and Hertfordshire county councils, Portsmouth City Council and West Berkshire District Council.