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Mitie wins £16m health contracts

8 Sep 11 Mitie has been awarded a pair of technical facilities management contracts with NHS trusts on the back of its appointment to the Government Procurement Service’s facilities management framework agreement.

A £6m contract with Royal Berkshire hospital - £2m annually over three years – sees Mitie delivering mechanical and electrical services, building fabric maintenance, water management and landscaping.

Mitie is also delivering the management of 28 specialist services including lifts, generators, communications equipment and security systems as well specialist services such as medical gases, theatre validation and clinical lighting.

This is the first acute hospital contract to deliver technical facilities management awarded under the Government Procurement Service’s framework agreement.

Mitie has also been awarded a five-year, £2m a year contract with St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust, which is one of the largest healthcare providers in southwest London.

The contract, worth £10m over the duration, is to provide specialist maintenance services across the hospital including M&E, fabric maintenance and projects services to the 20 buildings in the trust’s estate.

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Martin Holt, managing director of Mitie’s technical facilities management business, said:

“By being able to deliver more services under one supplier, our healthcare clients are benefiting from greater bundling of services which is helping them save money whilst still maintaining excellent standards of service delivery. At a time of budgetary pressure this is something our clients are increasingly appreciating.”

Mitie has also has won a £4.5m design & build contract with Friends Life insurance company to upgrade two 30,000 sq. ft. buildings in Maidenhead.

The refurbished building will feature new floors and ceilings, and new reception areas with stone desks and walls. The work comprises a shell and core strip out followed by a refit to make them suitable to let to new tenants.

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