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Carillion awarded support services contracts by BAA worth £50 million

14 Jun 10 Carillion has been awarded a 10-year framework contract to provide facilities management services at Heathrow Airport.

Carillion has been awarded a 10-year framework contract to provide facilities management services at Heathrow Airport. The first two contracts awarded to Carillion under the framework are for the provision of bundled service solutions for Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.

At Terminal 1, the contract is worth £23 million over an initial period of three years, with an option to extend this to seven years. At Terminal 3, the contract is worth £27 million over an initial period of three years, with an option to extend this to 10 years.

Carillion will use its first-class capabilities and industry-leading best practice to meet the complex demands of these contracts to ensure compliance with the high operational and statutory requirements of these critical public environments.

The services to be provided will comprise both hard and soft facilities management, including planned and reactive mechanical, electrical, and building fabric maintenance, together with cleaning, compliance and pest control.

Carillion Chief Executive, John McDonough, said: “We have a strong long-term relationship with BAA and we are delighted that this is being extended through these important new contracts. We look forward to continuing our partnership with BAA to support them in achieving Heathrow Airport’s vision to ‘make every journey better’ 

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