UK: Cardiff-based Facilities Management specialist Source Site Services, has announced that due to ongoing demand from their FM customers, they are launching a new Construction Division headed up by experienced QS Dean Pattison who will be joining the company from 1st January 2015.
Announcing the new appointment, Managing Director Mark Maunder said:
“Demand for our services is rapidly growing with many of our customers. This new appointment will bring new levels of professionalism, deep knowledge and experience to the business, enabling us to manage the continued demand for new services, and help us continue to anticipate our clients future needs."
Source design, install, commission and maintain facilities and systems that are capable of utilising modern technologies to enhance the life cycle and carbon footprint of new and existing assets, reducing direct cost, indirect cost and energy costs.
Source also operate an in-house remote monitoring service for their clients, providing predictive maintenance techniques designed to help determine the condition of in-service equipment, in order to predict when servicing and maintainance of assets should be performed. This approach promises cost savings over routine or time-based preventive maintenance, as tasks are performed only when warranted.
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UK: Cofely, part of GDF SUEZ has completed the acquisition of Lend Lease Group’s UK facilities management business (LLFM).
The acquisition now guarantees Cofely a revenue stream of £2.5 billion over the next 25 years. The deal has also seen Cofely's portfolio of long term FM contracts in public sector and health care markets increase.
The transaction will also give Cofely a significant, new lifecycle management capability to its business, which includes building fabric and major repair & replacement.
Commenting on the acquisition Jérôme Tolot, GDF SUEZ executive vice president, in charge of the Energy Services Business Line, said:
“The acquisition of LLFM reinforces our strategy to further evolve our business here in the UK. It continues to strengthen our service capability and our credentials as a leading UK service provider. LLFM has many synergies with our existing business and it will also provide us with the addition of a full lifecycle management capability. This will allow us to introduce and integrate new smart & low carbon energy efficient technologies into buildings for customers over the term of the contracts”.
LLFM currently provides a range of FM services across the UK and Ireland, to healthcare, education, government and retail businesses.
LLFM will be united with Cofely’s existing UK business with immediate effect.
About Cofely: Cofely are leading providers of integrated services - specialising in energy, technical, FM & business process solutions for the built environment. Cofely offers efficient management of buildings and installations – whilst achieving high levels of energy & environmental efficiency.