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Winners on £12bn FM framework revealed

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has announced the winners of its £12bn four-year facilities management framework.

A total of 47 companies won places across three value-banded lots (see table).

Amey, Bouygues, Interserve, Kier, Mace, Mears, Mitie and Skanska were among those to win places on both the £7m-£50m and £50m-plus lots.

Meanwhile Bam, Graham, NG Bailey, Robertson and Vinci secured spots in both the up-to-£7m and £7m-£50m bands.

The CCS said this was the first agreement to make use of its simplified public sector contract, which is designed to make it easier for businesses to apply for government contracts.

It also allows clients using the framework to ask suppliers to demonstrate social value, taking advatange of new government standards announced last month. 

The CCS said the £12bn framework was expected to save public bodies up to 10 per cent on the cost of procuring facilities management services such as cleaning, maintenance, security and catering.

Mark Fox, chief executive of FM trade body the British Services Association, said: “We are pleased to work closely with the Crown Commercial Service to deliver a framework that will attract existing suppliers and new entrants alike. It is a positive step forward.”

A second ‘phase’ for Workplace Services (RM6089), which includes placement of agreements in Security, Housing Maintenance and Defence FM, is being developed.

The CCS revealed details of a new £30bn contractor framework – believed to be the largest public sector framework on record – last month.

CCS facilities management framework winners 

Contractor1a (up to £7m)1b (£7m-£50m)1c (£50m+)
Amey Community   WINNER WINNER
Arthur Mckay & Co WINNER WINNER  
Bam FM WINNER WINNER  
Bellrock Property & FM WINNER WINNER  
Bouygues E&S FM UK   WINNER WINNER
CBRE Managed Services WINNER WINNER  
Compass Contract Services t/a ESS WINNER WINNER  
Crown Flooring WINNER    
Ecolog International FZE   WINNER WINNER
Emcor   WINNER WINNER
Emtec Facility Services WINNER WINNER  
Engie FM WINNER WINNER  
Engie Services   WINNER WINNER
FES FM WINNER    
G4S Facilities Management   WINNER WINNER
Graham Asset Management WINNER WINNER  
Imtech Inviron WINNER    
Integral UK WINNER WINNER  
Interserve   WINNER WINNER
ISS Facility Services   WINNER WINNER
ISS Mediclean WINNER WINNER  
John Graham Holdings     WINNER
Keysource WINNER    
Kier Facilities Services   WINNER WINNER
Mace   WINNER WINNER
Manchester & Cheshire Construction Company WINNER    
Mears   WINNER WINNER
Mitie Facilities Services   WINNER WINNER
Mitie Technical Facilities Management WINNER    
Mountjoy WINNER WINNER  
NG Bailey Facilities Services WINNER WINNER  
Noonan Services Group   WINNER WINNER
OCS Group UK   WINNER WINNER
Pareto Facilities Management WINNER WINNER  
Powertest WINNER   WINNER
Robertson Facilities Management WINNER WINNER  
Rolfe Contracting WINNER    
Salisbury Workplace Services   WINNER WINNER
SCL Managed Services WINNER    
Serco   WINNER WINNER
Servest Group   WINNER WINNER
SES (Engineering Services) WINNER WINNER  
Skanska UK   WINNER WINNER
Smart Solutions (Recruitment) WINNER    
Sodexo   WINNER WINNER
Space Solutions (Scotland) WINNER    
Vinci Construction UK WINNER WINNER  

 

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