Facilities Management

"Overall, we’re really impressed with the Scape FM framework. The whole process has been quick and easy to navigate and the team at Carillion have been really helpful, making every effort to answer any questions and to explain how it all works. The tenant feedback on the quality of work and level of communication has been excellent and it took very little time to build a real partnership with Carillion."

- Dan Wood, Property Director, West of Scotland Housing Association

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Facilities Management

The National Facilities Management framework is designed to deliver a variety of work and service types, from single service or work commissions to total facility management.

This framework is led by Carillion, one of the UK's leading integrated support services companies. Carillion has designed its business based upon forging robust partnerships and the deployment of an extensive local supply chain.

The National Facilities Management Framework delivers works and services valued from £50,000 per annum.

The framework enables both soft and hard FM works for all public sector bodies, including local authorities, schools, universities, colleges, health facilities and hospitals, fire ambulance and police services, prisons, libraries, transport, leisure, heritage, housing associations and many more.

Our Services

  • Total Facilities Management
  • Building Management and Fabric Maintenance
  • Mechanical and Electrical Services
  • Front of House Services
  • Estates Management
  • Security Management
  • Catering Services
  • Cleaning Services
  • Asset Maintenance, Life Cycle and Project works
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • Energy Services and Utilities Management
Cumulative value:
£1-1.5bn
Expiry date:
16 April 2021
Framework partner:
Carillion
Partner website:
www.carillionplc.com
Your contact:
David Picton 1 Preferred

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