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Amey wins total FM for Department of Transport

10 June 2009

Amey has won a contract in excess of £25m to deliver total FM to the Department for Transport, commencing next month at the Department’s London Headquarters.

The contract requires Amey to provide a full range of services to the department’s ministerial headquarters at Great Minster House, as well as two other departmental buildings nearby. The buildings accommodate some 2,000 employees, within 25,000 sq m of office accommodation, and include the offices of the Secretary of State for Transport, Minister of State for Transport, two Parliamentary Under Secretaries as well as the Permanent Secretary and other senior civil servants.

Lasting an initial 5.5 years, with possible extensions for up to another 4.5 years, the contract will showcase Amey’s ability to deliver innovative solutions and continuous improvement to our customers .

Contractual responsibilities include: building engineering services, which includes minor works projects and fabric repairs; cleaning, waste disposal and pest control; catering, including both the staff restaurant and hospitality needs; reception and conferencing requirements; security and mail and porterage. Services will be delivered by a highly-trained Amey staff of approximately 130.

Mel Ewell, CEO of Amey, said: “This prestigious contract win is a further validation of the appeal of Amey’s fully integrated end-to-end service, which builds in efficiencies through both scale and strategy. We won the contract because of the high quality of our response and look forward to delivering a full facilities management service for this important client.”


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