"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
Carillion is one of the UK's leading integrated support services companies, with extensive construction capabilities, a substantial portfolio of Public Private Partnership projects and a sector-leading ability to deliver sustainable solutions.
Employing 42,000 people worldwide, with established businesses in the UK, Canada, the Middle East and North Africa, and annual revenues of more than £4 billion, Carillion’s vision is to be the trusted partner for providing services, delivering infrastructure and creating places that bring lasting benefits to customers and their communities.
Carillion provides all of the services needed to create and manage places and infrastructure, from project finance through design and construction to lifetime maintenance, facilities management and energy efficiency. Carillion also provides essential services to customers in every sector to support the delivery of public services and business objectives.
Carillion’s origins can be traced back to companies that formed part of the Tarmac Group by the late 1990s: Tarmac Construction, Wimpey Construction, Cubitts and Mitchell Construction. In 1999 the Tarmac Group demerged into a building materials company ('Tarmac') and a company focused on support services and construction services ('Carillion').
Having continued to grow its service portfolio and expertise with the acquisition of businesses such as Mowlem (2005), Alfred McAlpine (2008), Eaga (2011) and John Laing’s Integrated Services division (2013), today Carillion has three core capabilities: support services, construction and project finance. Underpinning these core capabilities are the company’s skills in managing complex programmes to the highest levels of quality, whilst optimising service delivery, costs and life cycle performance.
As a legacy of its deeply-ingrained heritage in construction and engineering, the company is known for proactively and successfully managing all aspects of risk – Carillion aims to be recognised as the leader in Health & Safety in each of the sectors in which it works; as a service business Carillion prides itself on transforming service delivery and providing a great customer experience. Carillion provides facilities management and support services to over 100,000 properties, maintaining and operating buildings – from corporate offices, trading floors and retail branches, to hospitals, military facilities and offender institutions - to ensure everything runs smoothly for the people who use them. The company has self-delivery capabilities across the full range of hard and soft facilities management services, including cleaning, security and portering, housekeeping, mechanical and electrical engineering work, energy services, project management and even workspace design and utilisation.
Carillion’s people and its Values are at the heart of everything it does. They drive Carillion’s commitment to delivering safe, sustainable and effective solutions for customers, and creating positive legacies wherever the company is involved. The company invests heavily in developing and attracting excellent people to create a vibrant, diverse and flexible workforce that is focussed on and understands the needs of the customer. By developing long-term trusted partnerships with them, Carillion is helping deliver better outcomes and lasting benefits for the people and businesses they serve.
Carillion’s mission is simple: making tomorrow a better place. For everyone.