Interserve secures £67 million contract to provide facilities management services to the FCO

facilities management

Support services and construction group, Interserve has accepted a a multi-million pound five-year contract to provide the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with facilities management services

The facilities management deal extends the group’s ten-year relationship with the government department.

The contract includes services to FCO’s main building in London, as well as to embassies and supporting properties throughout the UK and in France, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Republic of Ireland, Luxembourg, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Switzerland.

As part of the contract, Interserve will deliver the following services to over 450 buildings across the globe:

  • engineering
  • cleaning
  • front-of-house support
  • landscaping and ground maintenance
  • helpdesk services
  • porterage
  • mail room services
  • catering services

Debbie White, Interserve’s chief executive, said: “This award extends our strong relationship with FCO, building upon the valuable insight gained over the last decade into the department’s property needs in an international environment.

“Our deep understanding of service delivery to the FCO has enabled us to offer resilient and cost effective service solutions that can adapt quickly to meet the changing needs of building users, wherever they are located.

“We look forward to building on our relationship with the department, working together to deliver excellent services, which offer value-for-money to the taxpayer.”

The new five-year contract, has the potential to extend by a further two years and will provide increased transparency, integration, resilience and reporting to assist the growing demands of facilities managements services at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.


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