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Anabas secures contract for Ogilvy & Mather's iconic new sea containers office

02 March 2016

Facilities Management provider Anabas has secured an important new 5 year facilitiesmanagement contract with leading marketing agency, Ogilvy & Mather Group UK andMEC

The deal will see Anabas, the corporate office FM specialist, providing facilities management services at new offices within the iconic Sea Containers building on London’s Southbank, which has been recently restored.

The service, which will include the full range of facilities management services at the new offices, will see staff from Ogilvy & Mather’s existing offices at Canary Wharf and MEC staff from Paris Gardens transfer across the city, relocating to the to the new central London location.

Alistair Craig, Managing Director at Anabas explained: “This important new contract with Ogilvy & Mather and MEC represents an exciting opportunity for us to provide facilities management services with a unique client at these prestigious new offices. This will be reflected in our services, which will be highly tailored to service the specific needs of the agencies’ staff and visitors working across the individual agencies which will be housed at Sea Containers”.

Raj Dadra, COO from Ogilvy & Mather Group UK commented “We are pleased to have awarded the contract to Anabas as a result of their focus on the specific needs of our people based at Sea Containers and the high quality, tailored approach to providing a facilities management service which is designed specifically for this exciting new working environment”.

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