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University FM for resource

25 November 2010

Resource has won won a substantial support services contract with Queen Margaret University, worth in excess of £800,000.

The contract for support services has been awarded for the first time since the University’s opening in 2007, and will run until 2013. Resource™ worked closely with the Edinburgh-based University during a competitive tendering process to ensure the support service offering matched Queen Margaret’s vision to remain the UK’s most sustainable University.
Over the contract term at the University resource  will be implementing the HEEPI programme (Higher Education- Environmental Performance Improvement) which aims to improve environmental sustainability by developing benchmarking across higher education establishments and promoting best practice cleaning methods.
Resource  will share best practice and establish benchmark performance using their existing Innovations board process.
David St-John Claire, Business Development Director GB at resource said: “The Higher Education Sector is a growth market for resource and this fantastic win, in support of such an innovative client demonstrates the quality of our services and ability to work in close partnership. It also shows how we not only match client contract requirements, but continue to enhance service delivery and exceed customer service expectation.”
This prestigious contract win will add to resource’s ever-expanding portfolio of cleaning contracts across the UK within the Higher Education sector such as Dudley College, Ulster University and Imperial College.

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