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CBRE appointed to manage facilities for Goodenough College

09 September 2015

CBRE, the global real estate advisor, has been appointed to provide facilities management (FM) services to Goodenough College at its 313,000 sq ft site in Bloomsbury, Central London

Goodenough College is an independent educational charity which provides award-winning accommodation for international postgraduate students studying at any of London’s universities and Colleges. The College is distinguished by a vibrant and diverse extra-curricular life and strong ethos of pastoral care. Its facilities include:
•        A two acre private garden with a tennis court in situ.
•        Residential accommodation for 700 students, comprising both individual study bedrooms for single students and flats for couples and families.
•        Two libraries.
•        65 bed hotel.
•        Substantial conferencing and events facilities.
Following a competitive tender, CBRE will deliver mechanical and electrical engineering and portering services for Goodenough College’s property portfolio.
Adam Burden, Associate Director – Global Workplace Solutions, at CBRE commented: “Goodenough College, initially founded in 1931, is steeped in history. To be entrusted to manage its facilities is testament to our understanding of the heritage and high quality expectations demanded by such an institution. We look forward to working with the College to deliver first class facilities for its students and stakeholders.”
Andrew Ritchie, Director at Goodenough College, said: “We were most impressed with CBRE’s approach to meeting our hard facilities management needs. They have a fine reputation in this area and we much look forward to working with them.”

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