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PRUPIM selects EMCOR for five year FM deal

07 January 2010

EMCOR Group (UK) has been awarded the contract for property & FM services for PRUPIM’s commercial investment portfolio of over 200 properties

Holborn Bars, London

EMCOR Group (UK) has been appointed by global real estate investment manager, PRUPIM (Prudential Property Investment Managers Ltd), to provide integrated FM services across its UK commercial investment property portfolio. The contract covers services worth about £200m over five year. It includes more than 200 commercial properties and 17 m sq ft of commercial space throughout the UK.
The principal commercial property sectors including retail parks, industrial estates, offices and business parks. PRUPIM’s flagship sustainable business park - Green Park in Reading - and landmark buildings, such as Holborn Bars, in London, and the Royal Exchange in Manchester, are covered under the terms of the contract. EMCOR UK provides engineering services, FM and sustainable business solutions for a diverse range of private and public sector organisations.
From last month,  EMCOR will deliver a total FM contract to over 2,500 occupiers nationwide, covering England, Wales and Scotland. EMCOR will assist PRUPIM in delivering core activities, including service charge accounting, energy management and, crucially, the enhancement of occupier satisfaction. The contract also comprises the provision of building engineering services, fabric maintenance, security, front-of-house services, cleaning and grounds maintenance and is driven through a dedicated 24-hour service desk operation and control centre.
EMCOR was selected for its strong track record in managing large property portfolios, ability to create custom-made solutions, and expertise in delivering the breadth of skills and resources necessary to PRUPIM’s operations which will ensure high service levels and best value for its occupiers. “Driving value through the efficient management of commercial property portfolios is more important than ever, and we look forward to EMCOR helping us deliver that,” said Peter Best, Head of UK Asset Management at PRUPIM.
Commenting on the contract win, Nick Morris, Managing Director, EMCOR Facilities Services said,  “EMCOR is very honoured to have been selected by PRUPIM; we look forward to developing a long and successful strategic partnership, as we work together to significantly drive forward the performance of PRUPIM’s property portfolio. Customer satisfaction is our number one objective - both the satisfaction of PRUPIM, and the satisfaction of all of PRUPIM’s occupiers.”

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