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JLL closes Integral acquisition

02 August 2016

Yesterday saw the final phase of JLL's acquisition of the Integral UK business, making it one of the largest global providers of mobile engineering property services.

Integral managing director Bryan Glastonbury will continue to lead the business, which provides FM, electrical engineering and mobile engineering services to more than 1,600 clients within 60,000 UK locations.

The deal will also extend the JLL integrated FM platform, which services more than 4bn sq ft for its global customer base.

Integral will join the JLL Corporate Solutions division, which operates in the EMEA region.

The value of the acquisition has been stated at $330m, according to

It is the latest of the JLL targeted acquisition strategy which began in 2015 and has seen 38 transactions with a combined value of approximately $1.2bn to date.

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