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Shepherd FM scores new contract at Twickenham

11 November 2009

Shepherd FM has been awarded a new contract with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) for technical services and building maintenance for Twickenham stadium.

The recently upgraded Twickenham stadium has increased its capacity to 82,000 spectators and will be the focal point of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.  The stadium is not only the venue for every England home game, but hosts a number of domestic rugby fixtures during the year, as well as being a music venue and conference facility. 
Neil Theuma, RFU, “Shepherd FM was able to demonstrate a significant technical capability and understanding of the importance of system continuity and compliance.  These were critical factors in the decision-making process given the high profile nature of the stadium and the volume of visitors that pass through our gates.”
‘We are delighted to secure a further contract with the RFU for Twickenham Stadium.  We recognise that this is a particularly significant time for our client with many events planned during the centenary year of the stadium and with the recent announcement of Twickenham as the venue for the final of the Rugby World Cup in 2015,’ commented Noel Clancy, MD of Shepherd FM.  ‘Our ability to exceed expectations and deliver a first class customer experience have, we believe, been significant factors in being awarded this new contract.’
SES, the building services arm of the Shepherd Group, has recently completed the work to install the mechanical & electrical services to the new south stand.


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