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PFM AWARDS: Meet the finalists in the Partners in Corporate (Public Services) category

16 July 2015

KBR UK with the Met Police
KBR UK with the Met Police

There are six finalists in three partnerships in this year's Partners in Corporate - Public Services category. These include KBR UK with the Met Police; PTSG with Dodd Group and RAF Marham and Arthur McKay with Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service

KBR UK with the Met Police
The FM Integrator Contract between the Metropolitan Police Service and KBR is a unique delivery model for FM across the MPS workplace. The contract has been in place for two years and will run for a further six with 3 one-year extensions possible. Working in partnership, the parties have created a delivery model that sees the two teams collaborate in every aspect of the Integrator Contract. KBR works behind the thin blue line, managing the Metropolitan Police Service FM operations and taking on the burdens of back-office functions and helping transform how the MPS operate behind the scenes. Co-located, KBR and MPS operate as ‘one team’ with a shared vision to become an exemplar of Best Practice for governmental FM in a partnership founded upon safety, respect and integrity. KBR’s codified charter outlines the mission, vision and values of the partnership which successfully achieved BS11000 accreditation in August 2014. Its vision is that everyone will work together as one integrated solution to support and improve operational policing in a safe, secure and sustainable environment. Its values include integrity, ownership, accountability for its actions and empowering employees to give their best to shape the future; respect; safety and recognition - celebrating successes in its journey to service excellence.

PTSG with Dodd Group and RAF Marham
PTSG with Dodd Group and RAF Marham

PTSG with Dodd Group and RAF Marham
There’s a fine balance to be found when an organisation must complete essential maintenance and upgrade works, while also ensuring the essential, 24/7 operation of the facility. Add a complex group of stakeholders including asset owners, operators, framework partners, FM suppliers and specialist contractors and the logistical aspects of delivery soon become more challenging and comprehensive than the physical delivery itself. Working on multiple individual assets within a secure, operational RAF Base in Norfolk, PTSG, Dodd Group and the multiple stakeholders in the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and existing framework partners at RAF Marham established a unique, collaborative culture for the delivery of Lightning Protection Systems (LPS) inspections and upgrades at one of the UK’s busiest and most high-profile RAF bases. Agility, adaptability and continuous stakeholder liaison have been steadfast in the delivery of this far-reaching programme of works. PTSG has embraced collaborative working with its client Dodd Group to enable the successful delivery of the project in the first ever working relationship between the two organisations. PTSG and Dodd Group created a team which ‘is based on knowledge, trust and quality of delivery. PTSG helped us to understand how we can deliver a safe and compliant site whilst mitigating disruption to the complex group of stakeholders’ according to Adrian Cobb, director of Dodd Group.

Arthur McKay with Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) is an independent body providing administrative support to Scottish courts, the judiciary of these courts and to the Scottish tribunals. The property portfolio is made up of more than 70 sites (83% listed), most of which were built in the early 19th century, providing a unique set of challenges in terms of property and FM. In addition to the age of the buildings, the sensitive nature of the work within the properties requires every effort to minimise disruption while running, maintaining and renovating the buildings. Arthur McKay has worked in partnership with SCTS since 2010 and on 1 April 2011 were awarded a four-year TFM contract, which was recently extended for a further two years. The contract has a current base value of £5.3m per annum, which increases to about £13m with the inclusion of additional works, minor works and capital projects. The contract is serviced by a combination of 260 Arthur McKay static and mobile operatives, in addition to the specialist partners’ employees, including security personnel. The TFM services include hard services (electrical, HVAC and fabric R&M services), dedicated 24/7 helpdesk, cleaning, security, grounds maintenance, design consultancy, energy management, projects and minor works.

Arthur McKay with Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service
Arthur McKay with Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service


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