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Imtech Inviron awarded preferred contractor status on framework agreement

14 October 2015

Imtech Inviron has been awarded preferred contractor status on a framework agreement for Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire County Councils

Imtech Inviron will be providing mechanical and electrical maintenance services for LGSS (a shared services organisation, whose two founding partners are Cambridgeshire County Council and Northamptonshire County Council).

The four year contract, which is estimated to be worth £8 million, covers planned and reactive maintenance to several hundred buildings across a wide portfolio, including the headquarters of both councils.

This important contract award recognises the technical facilities management provider as a partner of choice for the public sector, reflecting the recent investment in developing its regional office network supported by an internal, central helpdesk.

Managing Director, Paul Rogers, commented: “Imtech Inviron is an independent business offering national coverage across the UK, through established regional offices that provide employment to local people and form an integral part of the local community.

“We look forward to working in partnership with LGSS and other key stakeholders on this important contract to offer best value and achieve the highest standards of customer service by creating innovative solutions and long term employment and training opportunities.”

Matt Bowmer, LGSS Director of Finance, added: “This framework has been agreed with Imtech Inviron and we are pleased that we will be able to offer it to our current and any future customers.”

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