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No drama FM solution for RSC

04 June 2010

King Sturge and Incentive FM are together undertaking a major consultancy project for the Royal Shakespeare Company at its redeveloped theatre in Stratford upon Avon.

The project involves a review of the facilities management services for the RSC focusing particularly on its newly transformed theatre complex in Stratford-upon-Avon. The £112m redevelopment of the theatre is due to open in late 2010 and boasts a 108 foot viewing tower and was inspired by the original Memorial Theatre, which burnt down in 1926.
King Sturge and Incentive FM are working closely together to help the RSC create a FM Service Model, including developing contractor scopes of works and instigating  and managing tender processes. This will involve defining the best structure for the new complex to ensure that the RSC can continue to deliver best value to its stakeholders and the best environment for its visitors.
 The key personnel driving the project from the consultancy team are Jeremy Day of King Sturge LLP Corporate Real Estate and Bill Pollard of Incentive FM Consultancy.
Jeremy Waud, Managing Director at Incentive FM Group, said: “By partnering with King Sturge we have been able to provide the RSC with a compelling solution which combines high levels of property skills with strong expertise in FM and the tendering process. This is a highly prestigious development, and by defining the right FM strategy, processes and structure, the RSC will be ensuring that it will be in a strong position to move forward.”

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