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Energy management property portfolio contract awarded

13 April 2016

Global energy company Vestas has awarded the contract for integrated facilities management across its worldwide portfolio to CBRE.

This extends across 17 countries and covers an area of approximately 1m sq m.

The MSA agreement will see CBRE become an extension of the company's global team delivering a variety of IFM services.

These will include mechanical engineering and special projects on sites that incorporate offices, production hubs and warehouses.

CBRE will accordingly provide services to facilities in the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA regions.

Within Europe, the company will operate the UK & Ireland, the Nordics, CEE, Belgium, France, Netherlands and Luxembourg.

The Vestas operation is focused on the provision of wind energy and is headquartered in Denmark.

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