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EMCOR UK awarded place on Crown Commercial Service FM agreement

08 October 2015

EMCOR UK says the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has named it across three lots - hard, soft, and TFM Services. This enables the company to bid for contracts across a broad range of both central government and wider public sector opportunities.

It's anticipated that EMCOR UK will bid multiple contracts under this contracting vehicle over the next four years.

EMCOR UK’s scope of work to be performed for contracts won is expected to vary based on each  contract’s needs, but is likely to include general facility operations and management work ranging from planned and reactive mechanical and electrical maintenance,  security, fabric maintenance, cleaning and front-of-house services.

This follows on announcements of a number of new contract awards and contract extensions with public and private sector clients in 2015, including Thames Water, United Utilities, AWE, BAE Systems, and Northern Powergrid.

Keith Chanter, CEO, EMCOR UK, comments: “We’re delighted for this recognition and look forward to working with the CCS. EMCOR UK will continue to invest in continuous improvement in our core competency of delivering excellent customer service, which has been a central pillar to our delivering strong growth in the current financial year.  Our depth of experience enables us to add tremendous value on these types of wide-ranging contracts as well as to deliver results in a very cost effective and efficient manner.”

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