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GSG Contract Swoop Highlights Outsourced Merits

24 June 2010

Facilities Management (FM) provider Generating Solutions Group (GSG), have proved that the merits of outsourcing allows flexibility and partnership by two major contract wins, within the healthcare sector.

Now working with Alliance Medical and Vanguard Healthcare enables the organisation to develop and build on its provision by offering a complete FM solution to the healthcare industry. Now operating within it's third year, GSG have built a presence on a national scale and are now looking to develop within Europe.

The ongoing contract from Alliance Medical involves support and maintenance for all of Alliance’s 45 static hospital sites within the UK. GSG’s full asset management provision builds on the already established air conditioning and electrical services provided and increased responsibility with the healthcare provider.

The Vanguard Healthcare contract (from 1st June 2010), involves GSG managing the entire engineering and FM side to the business and Vanguard's 36 relocatable medical units in the UK.

The partnership, according to Vanguard’s CEO Ian Gillespie, "When it comes to offering an integrated facilities management service, we have not previously been able to compete with dedicated FM providers" He added, "In this unique partnership, we will be able to tap into GSG’s unrivalled FM knowledge and industry expertise."

Duncan Jones, MD of GSG, explained, "Adding value to our clients, is now ofparamount importance as business’ look to outsource and look for synergy. By being diverse in our skills sets, has helped us become flexible and focus on working in partnership with our clients." "As we adapt to a changed world, we all have to work smarter, control costs and be transparent in everything we do. By offering a total FM solution has helped to position us as a company who work collaboratively with our clients, so we get to know them better. It’s a simple premise, but one that moves with the times," Duncan added. The two new contract wins coincide with GSG’s move to new premises and building the internal admin support and external engineering teams


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