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RFU, Shepherd FM form a winning ‘pack’ ahead of world cup

24 February 2015

Shepherd FM has renewed its contract to provide critical mechanical and electrical services to the RFU’s Twickenham stadium ahead of the prestigious world cup later this year

The three-year contract will see Shepherd FM to continue to provide mechanical & electrical (M&E) services to the iconic stadium. The contract was awarded following a formal competitive tendering process which saw Shepherd FM compete with a number of other heavyweight FM players.

Shepherd FM has an intimate knowledge of the stadium having worked at Twickenham for five years and will now take on additional responsibility for a number of new assets following a major £76m refurbishment of the stadium in preparation of the world cup and beyond. Shepherd Engineering Services were part of the infrastructure upgrade team.

Shepherd FM, part of Shepherd Group, has enjoyed sustained growth over the past few years including a 30 per cent increase in turnover last year, whilst maintaining an unrivalled 98 per cent customer retention rate.

Noel Clancy CEO for Shepherd FM commented: “I am extremely proud of our achievements at Twickenham. Our strong customer care ethos combined with our strong management team has allowed us to build a relationship at all levels built on trust and openness.

“We very much look forward to supporting the RFU in providing what is arguably one of the best rugby spectator experiences in the world.

“We are proud to be associated with the RFU during this exciting phase.”

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