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GSH services to Norwich Union

04 December 2008

GSH Group plc has secured a five-year, £multi-million contract to deliver a broad range of technical facilities services across a national portfolio of more than 70 premises for Norwich Union, part of the Aviva Group.

The contract was awarded following a rigorous tender process specifically designed to identify the FM service provider that could best serve the changing requirements of Norwich Union. GSH were selected as the partner of choice because of their wealth of experience and ability to deliver on a national scale as well as key differentiators including innovative use of technology, energy management expertise and a close cultural synergy between the two organisations.

Chris McLain, Co-Chief Executive, said: “Managing the built environment and its impact upon people is fundamental to the success of any business. Businesses can use facilities management solutions to increase efficiency, make significant cost savings and improve productivity, thus improving overall profitability. Working in a close strategic alliance with Norwich Union, we will minimise disruption to business operations, enabling them to meet their business objectives and reduce costs through engineering best practice, whilst maintaining a safe and comfortable working environment for its employees.”

David Bailey, FM Operations Manager at Norwich Union said: “We are delighted to have appointed such a highly regarded and experienced FM provider. Given their evident success in a wide range of sectors, we are confident that GSH will help us to improve operational efficiency and our bottom line significantly.”


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